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SOU Powwow

SOU Powwow

The United states is home to approximately 5.2 million Native American people according to 2010 census and Oregon has more than 70,000 of those. In Southern Oregon, Chinook, Coquille, Umpqua, Chetco, Tututni, Tolowa, Takelma, Klamath, Modoc, Northern Paiute, and Shoshone all call Southern Oregon their home. This weekend representatives from those tribes met in the McNeil […]

Call For Writers!

Call For Writers!

Southern Oregon Senior Angelica Crimmins is on the search for talented writers and artists on campus who wish to submit their work to be combined in her capstone project of creating an online magazine.  Pippi Magazine hopes to publish pieces which will blur fiction and nonfiction while making connections between the stories and everyday life. […]

Basketball and Volleyball Moving to Ashland High School

Basketball and Volleyball Moving to Ashland High School

    The McNeal Pavilion gymnasium at Southern Oregon University is scheduled to begin remodeling shortly. Demolition is expected to begin in August with construction beginning in the fall. The project for the actual gymnasium coincides with the development of the new Student Recreation Center, which will be adjacent to the gym, but they are […]

Raiders Earn Their Stripes

Raiders Earn Their Stripes

Filled bleachers, clear skies and a smokin BBQ created a community environment to support Southern Oregon’s men’s and women’s rugby teams as they took the pitch in a hard hitting double header Saturday afternoon. For a club sport that has limited funding, the teams hosted great matches that drew loud cheers from all the spectators […]

Small Footprint-Big World

Small Footprint-Big World

  The Oregon Department of Transportation is making Southern Oregon University the first student oriented drive less project in the state. They backed it up with a grant to get students interested in driving less.  In large measure because according to the Commuter Resource Center 54% of SOU students do not live in Ashland and […]

Roura

Roura

Once again, I feel Mr. Reners eyes on the back of my head as I fumble with my keys at the door to my apartment. I’ve always been able to tell when someone is staring at me. I think. Again, I over-exaggerate an abrupt turn to face him before he has the chance to skittishly […]

Smash Bros Smashing Success

Smash Bros Smashing Success

The Southern Smash Society has come a long way since freshman Brycen Wong started the recreational club during the fall quarter.  Since then, S3 has achieved its goals of becoming an officially recognized club on campus and receiving funding in quadruple digits. Though organized gatherings to play this game in Ashland is relatively new, nationally […]

Smash Bros Sweeps SOU

Smash Bros Sweeps SOU

    The third floor of the Shasta dorms plays host to many games on Monday evenings. Residents watch a highly anticipated football match on the massive T.V. while others might play cards on a corner couch. The room is dominated though by dual televisions positioned next to each other on tables of different sizes. […]

“Incredibly Inspired by Laverne”

Students and community members are still talking about the break through lecture and beyond sold out speech of actress Laverne Cox, a transgender woman who stars in the Netflix original series “Orange is the New Black.” They met on Monday to discuss what they learned and many students say it opened their eyes to something […]

2014 Tutunov Piano Series starts Friday

Two-time Grammy-nominated pianist Joseph Banowetz presents the works of Beethoven, Chopin, and Mozart this Friday at the SOU Recital Hall, opening the 2014 Tutunov Piano Series. Banowitz, who is also renowned for his performances of Liszt, has had an impressive forty-year career sharing the stage across five continents with such prestigious institutions as the Moscow […]

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