By Judith Rosen, Jackson County Sexual Assault Response Team development director. The Women’s Resource Center just gave SOU students a huge gift. They donated proceeds from their production of The Vagina Monologues to support the free services of the Jackson County SART (Sexual Assault Response Team). How does this affect you? None of us likes […]
ASSOU Vice President Amanda Stucke and ASSOU President Hassan Harris, along with 9 SOU students, attended the annual USSA Grassroots Legislative Conference and Lobby Day in Washington, D.C. Every year, the students of the organization put on a rally, and this year, it was in front of the Sallie Mae building. We were rallying there […]
Anita Sarkeesian, creator of the Feminist Frequency blog, will be giving a presentation on March 15 in the Stevenson Union to talk about strong female characters throughout pop culture history. Sarkeesian is a feminist pop culture media critic. Her self-produced series of online videos, “Feminist Frequency”, is a commentary on culture and media from the […]
President Harris Response to Judicial Investigation F-2-11: Investigation of Summer Session Ethics and Violations NOTE: ASSOU President Hassan Harris has since been cleared of any and all charges. Opening Statement: Each of the following charges against me, even if found to be true and accurate, I do not believe are impeachable offences, on their own or […]
The Oregon State Beavers may have lost to Stanford on November 5, 2011, but Southern Oregon University (SOU) student Jorden Nielsen won the hand of Brooke Evans, an alumna of Oregon State University, when Nielsen proposed during the game. Nielsen, a former kicker for the SOU Raiders, surprised his bride-to-be with a formal proposal in […]
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Textbook Prices Just Aren’t Right As most people are well aware, the prices of college textbooks are increasing at a staggering rate. Most students pay anywhere from $300 to $900 per term for their textbooks. That’s just not right! Something must be done to change this! The good news is that there are various affordable […]