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Men’s Track Title Shows Why Every Point Counts

Men’s Track Title Shows Why Every Point Counts

HERMISTON, OR.– The Southern Oregon men’s Track and Field team are the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) champions for the third time in four seasons. Prior to last weekend’s CCC championships, SOU sprint coach Shannon Maas emphasized one particular message to the men’s team: “Every point counts. It doesn’t matter if you’re 1st or 8th, every […]

Voter’s Guide to Local Elections

Voter’s Guide to Local Elections

It is too late to register to vote, but students who did sign up may find this quick voters guide helpful for election day, May 17. This guide only refers to local elections, readers will have to look elsewhere for information on the presidential primaries. It is important to keep in mind that Oregon has closed […]

My Big Fat Greek Article

My Big Fat Greek Article

Silver screen cinema in the 21st century has romanticized fraternities with images of Zac Efron drinking out of kegs on lawns, the promises of lifelong brotherhood and big old houses sardining copious young men together under one roof. Since its conception in 1926, Southern Oregon University or what it was also known as Southern Oregon […]

Men’s Basketball Doubles Down On Weekend Wins

Men’s Basketball Doubles Down On Weekend Wins

The Southern Oregon men’s basketball team conquered crunch-time in the opening weekend of Cascade Conference play, defeating Corban University 86-84 on Saturday and Northwest Christian University 80-75 on Sunday. Following the weekend action, coach Brian McDermott echoed the importance of being in close games.  “It can only help you.  It’s a little maddening going through […]

Deer Hunting Season 2015

Deer Hunting Season 2015

As the city of Ashland continues to consider ideas from its recent “Deer Summit”, hunting season goes into its second phase and some believe it may be helpful to thinning the large population of deer which we see walking urban streets and neighborhoods. The second hunting season begins shortly on October 24th and goes through […]

UCC shooting has SOU evaluating procedures

UCC shooting has SOU evaluating procedures

The horrific mass shooting that took place at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg made national news and has students within the state questioning what could be done to prevent another tragedy.  Ten people were killed when a gunman opened fire at U.C.C on Thursday. Seven other people were injured, and the shooter is dead, Douglas […]

Nuisance in Rogue Valley

Nuisance in Rogue Valley

Whether they’ve decapitated your flowers, played chicken with your vehicle, or charged you on your walk home at night, avoiding interactions with the deer of Ashland is nearly impossible.  The Rogue Valley has become a hotspot for the Black Tailed Deer that have migrated down from the hills. With a surplus of food in almost […]

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 […]

Tuition Increase 5%

Tuition Increase 5%

Seven dollars and thirty-five cents. That is how much more Southern Oregon University students are most likely going to have to pay per credit come fall term. This means a standard 15 credit course load would amount to a total increase of $110.25 per term. The newly created SOU Board of Trustees has made the […]

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