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Tyler Takeshita Takes Over As Student Body President

Tyler Takeshita Takes Over As Student Body President

Following Colin Davis’s removal from office former Vice President Tyler Takeshita has taken over as Associate Students of Southern Oregon University President. “We’re in a really unique position, kind of like a starting over opportunity,” said Takeshita expressing his intentions to use Davis’ impeachment as a growing opportunity to for the ASSOU government. “The grounds that Colin and I […]

The Clothesline Project: Survivors of Domestic Violence Tell Their Stories

The Clothesline Project: Survivors of Domestic Violence Tell Their Stories

    This October the Women’s Resource Center and the non-profit organization Community Works are hanging handmade t-shirts in Stevenson Union as part of The Clothesline Project. The project, in support of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, aims to bring attention to issues of violence and abuse. “The Clothesline Project is a visual representation of survivor […]

SOU Ranked Top LGBTQ School Fourth Year in a Row

SOU Ranked Top LGBTQ School Fourth Year in a Row

For the fourth year in a row Southern Oregon University was named one of 2016’s most LGBTQ friendly colleges on Campus Pride’s top 30 schools nationwide. Not only did SOU make the list, they earned 5 out of 5 stars on Campus Pride’s grading system.     “When we think of four years now we’ve been on […]

ASSOU Candidate Learns Perils of Social Media During Election

ASSOU Candidate Learns Perils of Social Media During Election

“I would like to know why you should be able to take office despite your homophobic and transphobic comments on Facebook,” Oneta Cantlon asked Chase Gildea, at last week’s open forum for candidates of next year’s Associated Students of Southern Oregon University positions. After Cantlon asked their question the crowd quickly reacted and began calling […]

Hawaii Club Honors ‘Aloha Spirit’ in 20th Luau

Hawaii Club Honors ‘Aloha Spirit’ in 20th Luau

  As much as things change, the more they stay the same. The Southern Oregon University Ho’opa’a Hawaii Club hosted the 20th Annual Luau at Ashland High School. The theme this year was E Ola Mau Ke Aloha or “Long Live the Aloha Spirit.”  According to Aloha International, the Aloha Spirit refers to the mindset […]

Annual International Dinner: Tastes From Around the Globe

Annual International Dinner: Tastes From Around the Globe

Japan, Armenia, Germany and Peru are just some of the countries represented on a lengthy table of international delicacies. Wednesday night, the International Student Association on campus hosted the annual International Dinner in the Stevenson Union’s Rogue River Room. The dinner is a fundraising event that includes a three course meal featuring food from all […]

The Medieval Arts Club

The Medieval Arts Club

En garde!  The Medieval Arts Club at Southern Oregon University meets every Thursday evening from 6-9 in the Stevenson Union Arena.  According to the club statement via club President Emily Taylor, the MAC is “a club dedicated to the preservation and practice of medieval swordplay and arts.”  This practice is entirely different than live action […]

Can SOU Bowling Make a Comeback?

Can SOU Bowling Make a Comeback?

There is still a bowling club here at Southern Oregon University, however it is not affiliated with the school…yet. Reece Paquin, a junior here at SOU is trying to make that possible. Head of the bowling club, he hopes to get enough members involved so that it can be recognized as an official sporting club […]

FemFest Slammin’

FemFest Slammin’

  The audience laughed, some cried, and many snapped in support of the readers poetry covering topics ranging from abuse, suicide, neglect, and ignorance. Just another moment in Southern Oregon University’s “FemFest”- an annual event designed to bring awareness to gender inequality and bias. Students Sean, Acella, Victoria, and Beckah each recited their own poetry […]

Recap on Retrenchment and Students Leaping Into Action.

 Throughout this academic year, the word retrenchment has been floating around the SOU campus. Retrenchment has resulted in the proposed elimination and restructuring of academic departments at Southern Oregon University. Deep cuts in state funding coupled with a decline in student enrollment has caused SOU to fall into negative numbers finically. In December, President Mary […]

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