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Raiders Host OIT- New Hope Christian Women’s Hoops

The OIT Owls lead a 69-36 victory in the weekend match against the New Hope Christian College Deacons from Eugene.  This brings the Owl’s record up to 2-0 for  the season thus far.  After a smooth lay-up by number 31  forward Megan Whetstone, the Owls were  first up on the board. A block and a […]

Election Special: Measure 92, GMO Labeling

    This November, Measure 92, would require food manufacturers and retailers to label  GMO’s, genetically modified organisms in foods. It would give Oregon voters the chance to become among the first to successfully push through labeling. Currently some twenty five states have proposals, measures and bills on the books and the movement appears to […]

Election Special: Measure 90 and Open Primaries

  Measure 90 may be one of the most important items on the ballot for SOU students this year. Never heard of it? It’s okay, that’s our job. Measure 90 seeks to follow in the footsteps of California and Washington, who have recently changed their election system to what’s known as  open primaries, also blanket […]

Ebola: Are the Risks Real?

Since its confirmed case in Dallas, Texas on September 30th, the Ebola virus has dominated many mainstream newscasts and even some conversation on the Southern Oregon University campus. Reports are being updated hour to hour and include news that the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Tom Frieden, activated a […]

Meet Your President

    Have you had the opportunity to meet SOU’s new president? If not, here’s your chance. Dr. Roy Saigo was approved as the interim president of SOU in June at a meeting of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education. The vacancy was created when Dr. Mary Cullinan announced she accepted the job as president at […]

Humans Versus Zombies: Raider Style

Humans Versus Zombies: Raider Style

The Zombie’s may be less visible now that the name tags are gone but for a few days partcipants had the opportunity to get to know each other through a well tested game aimed at bringing students together and inspiring team work. Perhaps you even noticed students wearing name tags that said either human or […]

Volleyball Spikes Another Win

  The SOU Volleyball team is continuing to pound its way through a successful season so far. They took another win Saturday as they shut down Northwest Christian University 3-0 in Eugene. Motade Atanda with 14 kills and Paulla Pinheiro with 13 kills lead the team to victory. The team is currently ranked 10th  with […]

Greener Campus

The SOU Sustainability Council is considering making a big change to something that may seem small—how the University handles printing. As it turns out, according to IT Department head John Stevenson, the amount of printing could be centralized and lessened making the University greener. This came out in a recent Sustainability Council meeting where students […]