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International Week will feature parades, festivals, and more

International Week will feature parades, festivals, and more

Southern Oregon University’s International Student Association will be hosting International Week Monday through Thursday next week. This year’s agenda promises four jam-packed days of cultural enrichment in the form of food, clothing, entertainment, and much more. The week will kick off on Monday from noon to 2 p.m. as students, adorned in their country’s traditional […]

Earth Day Fair tomorrow will kick off SOU’s Earth Week

Are you into smoothie bikes, acoustic music, or participating in an interactive eco-art project? If yes, be sure to stop by the courtyard of Southern Oregon University’s Stevenson Union tomorrow between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. for the Earth Day Fair, an event put on by SOU’s Ecology Center of the Siskiyous to celebrate sustainability […]

ICC World’s Fair featured cupcakes, Star Trek simulator, and much more

ICC World’s Fair featured cupcakes, Star Trek simulator, and much more

The Inter Club Council’s World’s Fair took place last Thursday evening in the Stevenson Union, where campus organizations ranging from the Harry Potter Club to the Tango Club tabled their goodies and information. Students, faculty, and community members alike attended to learn more about all of the diverse resources on campus and enjoy free refreshments, […]

“That Takes Ovaries” set for next Wednesday

The Southern Oregon University Women’s Resource Center will be putting on their annual “That Takes Ovaries” event from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. next Wednesday in the Bellview Grange in Ashland. Andrea Gibson, an award-winning poet and activist, will be performing for the first hour. After Gibson’s performance there will be an open mic, featuring […]

SOU Criminology Club’s annual “Lock In” event set for tomorrow

If you see SWAT trucks, K-9 units, and over 40 uniformed police officers on the path between the Stevenson Union and Taylor Hall on the Southern Oregon University campus, don’t panic – it’s perfectly normal. Tomorrow is the 13th annual “Lock In” event, put on by SOU’s Criminology Club. Participants team up with law enforcement […]

Vagina Monologues a success

Vagina Monologues a success

About 150 men, women and children crowded into Ashland’s Bellview Grange last weekend for Southern Oregon University’s Women’s Resource Center’s annual production of the Vagina Monologues, a global performance movement that seeks to address and abolish violence against women and girls through artistic means. Directed by Corrin Baker and Mary Vest, this year’s cast consisted […]

WRC hosting several events Valentine’s Day weekend to raise awareness about violence against women

Southern Oregon University’s Women’s Resource Center will be hosting several events during Valentine’s Day and over the weekend to raise awareness about violence against women. The first event, One Billion Rising, will be happening tomorrow from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Bellview Grange at 1050 Tolman Creek Rd. in Ashland. One Billion Rising is […]

Debunking the “Clash of Civilizations:” two-day event on understanding Islam, Islamophobia, and the Middle East

Southern Oregon University’s United Nations Club, in coordination with the Ashland Peace House and many other campus organizations, will be hosting a two-day event next week discussing Islam, Islamophobia, and the current state of affairs in the Middle East. The event, co-sponsored by Amnesty International, will take place on Feb. 13 and 14 in the […]

Cancun not your style? Alternative Spring Break might just be for you

Have you figured out what to do for spring break yet?   The Alternative Spring Break, organized by Southern Oregon University’s Civic Engagement Program, is a program that sends SOU students to volunteer at various nonprofits in Oregon over spring break, gaining valuable on-the-job experience while meeting new people and having lots of fun. The […]

First Year Mentor Program enriches campus experience

First Year Mentor Program enriches campus experience

  In the life of college students, the path to success can sometimes be hard to navigate. No organization on campus understands this better than Southern Oregon University’s First Year Mentor Program, a resource designed to help students succeed academically and gain an enriched and diverse campus experience through peer-to-peer mentorship. According to Jesse Rapport, […]