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Guy Jackson, SOU Alumni, to Publish Book Next Year

Guy Jackson, SOU Alumni, to Publish Book Next Year

Ever wonder what Southern Oregon University students go on to do? How well they fare? Well, Guy Jackson, a SOU alumni, will be publishing a book of short stories, “Drink the Rest of That,” early next year. Jackson was a double major in history and theater here at SOU, as well as a former writer […]

Hannon Library Extends their Extended Hours

Hannon Library Extends their Extended Hours

Hannon library is creating extended hours this week and finals week to allow students more time to study. Weekend hours have also been further extended in order to meet the demands of students who welcome them with open arms. The library will be open till 2 a.m. Thrusday, dec. 4, and 11 p.m. for the rest […]

Wine of Southern Oregon Exhibit Opens At Hannon Library

Wine of Southern Oregon Exhibit Opens At Hannon Library

Wine connoisseurs and local history buffs alike will enjoy Hannon Library’s new Wine of Southern Oregon digital collection and its exhibit display. The exhibit, which celebrates the rich tradition of wine making in Southern Oregon, opened the night of Nov. 7 as part of November’s First Friday Art Walk, and will be remain open through […]

The SOU Performing Arts Department Presents The Drunken City

A bachelorette party on an epic bar crawl, boys out on the town with love on the mind, and all taking place in the city that never sleeps? What doesn’t the Drunken City have? This play by Adam Bock will be performed by SOU theater students here at the Center Square Theater on campus for […]

The GAIA Projects Presents the Greencards

Ever heard of the Greencards? If you haven’t, you should. And when better to do so, then see them play live tonight? The Greencards, which started in 2002, have been nominated for three Grammy awards, and toured with many well-known musicians such as Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson. Time Magazine describes their music as “laid-back […]

Robin Williams Film Tribute to be Held at SOU Music Recital Hall

For all those Robin Williams fans here at SOU, there’s an event you will not want to miss. Sunday, Oct. 5, the university will be putting on a Robin Williams film tribute at the Southern Oregon University Music Recital Hall. The tribute will consist of four films: “Dead Poets Society,” “Good Will Hunting,” “Patch Adams,” […]

SOU on Princeton Review’s list of Green Colleges

The Princeton Review counted Southern Oregon University as one of its selected green schools in “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 332 Green Colleges.” In the fifth annual edition, The Princeton Review and its collaborator, the Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council, present some of the most environmental friendly schools in America […]

Spring Blood Drive Heads into Final Week

The Red Cross’s springtime blood drive will come to a close on Monday April 28. The blood drive, which started on April 2, traveled all over Jackson and Josephine County to replenish their stores for summer, a time when blood donations tend to drop. “We need blood donors and blood drive sponsors to spring into […]

Southern Oregon University Receives Silver Sustainability Rating, and Looks to Gold

Southern Oregon University has received a silver rating from the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment, and Rating System (STARS) program. This program is a part of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, of which SOU is a member, and does annual assessments of participating universities and colleges around the world. This is a […]

For Sale: SOU Bookstore

Possible buyers made presentations Thursday, Feb. 13, to convince the Southern Oregon University Request for Proposals Committee that they are the best company to buy the bookstore. Barnes & Noble Inc. and Follett both made presentations in the Meese Meeting Room in Hannon Library, each being about thirty minutes long, followed by a half hour […]

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