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Student Films Spotlighted at Annual Festival

Student Films Spotlighted at Annual Festival

  Documentaries, mockumentaries, animation and stop-motion all occupied the screen at the Varsity Theater on Tuesday night.  The Southern Oregon Student Film Festival showcased 21 films, out of the 42 submitted, that were entirely student produced. Sympathetic sighs and audible laughter throughout the room of the downtown arthouse theater signified that the audience rode an […]

Davis Secures Presidency Under Probationary Measures

Davis Secures Presidency Under Probationary  Measures

An additional grievance filed by Emily Pfeiffer and Ricardo Lujan-Valerio against the Election Committee’s ruling on Monday night which eliminated 41 votes for Colin Davis and Tyler Takeshita, was invalidated by the Associate Students of Southern Oregon University Judicial Branch on Thursday. An in depth discussion on the proper interpretation of the student government’s bylaws […]

Davis Retains Presidency…for now

Davis Retains Presidency…for now

A hearing on Monday evening in regards to a grievance filed against presidential elect Colin Davis and running mate Tyler Takeshita for breaking campaigning rules, resulted in the two losing votes, but as of now, they retain their claim to office. After considering the grievance, ASSOU’s elections committee deemed that Davis and Takeshita had in […]

Showing Pride

Showing Pride

Pride week came early to the Southern Oregon University campus which celebrated LGBTQ community last week starting with their trans ally training on Tuesday. Though June is customarily recognized as Pride Month, students at the Queer Resource center designated this past week as a time to promote awareness and inclusivity on campus. “Pride week is […]

What the Fringe?

What the Fringe?

Bright, elegant and mysterious.  The third annual Fringe Festival began on Monday with a culmination of colors, a selfie booth and even a flash mob in front of the Stevenson Union. The 50 plus dancers in matching outfits synced up to a music score played over Jefferson Public Radio and incorporated hip-hop dances, salsa moves […]

Disc Golf Dilemma

Disc Golf Dilemma

The disc golf course on campus has only been open for about two weeks ago but has already brought out hundreds of players from the school and community. Unfortunately, with many new players attempting to huck discs into the tees, a few shots have gone astray and caused some property damage.  One of the worst […]

Sororities Want in on the Conversation

Sororities Want in on the Conversation

A lot of news on the potential inclusion of Greek life at SOU has been buzzing around the proposed fraternity Kappa Sigma. But a sorority is also in the running to join the University. Currently a group of young raiderettes are attempting to bring the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority to SOU but at the moment […]

Recreation Review: Disc Golf Tees Off

Recreation Review: Disc Golf Tees Off

“When I drove up the hill and I saw the discs flying in the air I got so excited my heart started pounding, it was like seeing a cute girl in college for the first time,” said William Babishoff, an ex-pro disc golfer, now Southern Oregon University Student. I tried my best to relate this […]

Concrete Breaking Alarm Clock

Concrete Breaking Alarm Clock

Large bulldozers, dump trucks, and excavators settle on the remains of Southern Oregon University’s late McNeal Pavilion, which is being reduced to rubble as the year has gone on. The demolition of McNeal Pavilion and the construction of the new Student Recreation Center and McNeal Pavilion, is scheduled to be completed and ready for the […]

Can The Siskiyou be Saved?

Can The Siskiyou be Saved?

“This is all I got for you guys…but it’s not for lack of trying.” The words from our department chair, Alena Ruggerio, that were meant to comfort us did nothing more than fill the awkward silence in the small journalism lab.   We had just been told that because of our course’s low enrollment, SOU […]

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