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Rush: A Film That Inspires

Without a doubt this is one of the best movies that I have seen so far this year. Rush keeps you glued to your seats with excitement and anticipation throughout the entire movie. Rush (directed by Ron Howard), focuses on the 1976 Formula One racing season and the rivalry between drivers James Hunt (played by […]

Suzy Bogguss Brings Folk Music to SOU

                              The name Suzy Bogguss first started appearing in country music charts in 1987, and its appearance across the music industry has not slowed down since then. Many years later, the talented singer has released numerous albums, including a platinum album […]

Raiders Tie in First Conference Match Against Northwest Christian

ASHLAND, Ore. – After a dramatic double overtime end, the Southern Oregon University women’s soccer team finished its first Cascade Collegiate Confrence match with a 0-0 tie against Northwest Christian on Thursday at University Field. Despite dominating for a majority of the match offensively, the Raiders were unable to beat the defense of the Beacons […]

SOU Rugby Begins New Season in NSCRO Against Gonzaga

After a successful season of friendlies last year, the Southern Oregon University men’s rugby club starts off their season Saturday, October 5 as they look to take on visiting Gonzaga. Now a member of the National Small College Rugby Organization, the club will look to play against a series of opponents throughout fall term in […]

Academic prioritization worries some, assures others

The academic prioritization process, which helps determine the fate of academic programs at Southern Oregon University, has been on the minds of faculty and staff members ever since the final reports were released in May. The academic prioritization report ranked 165 academic programs into quintiles of 33 programs each. Eighteen programs were less than two […]

Bad Wolf on Campus

On the morning of June 3, Southern Oregon University’s students were not only greeted by the sunshine and the hustle and bustle of the beginning of Quiet Week, but by a phrase plastered all over campus in chalk – Bad Wolf. Was this the handiwork of graffiti artists? Rebels? Vandals? Indeed not – this was the […]

Summer activities in Southern Oregon

The Southern Oregon valley is a large community full of activities and pleasurable sights to satisfy anyone’s personal taste. As summer approaches and things start to wind down the lure to go out and do more becomes stronger.  To aid you in your journey, here is a list of some of most popular places in Southern […]

SOU’s 2013 commencement largest in school’s history

Southern Oregon University’s 2013 commencement ceremony will take place Saturday, June 15 at 8:45 a.m. in the Raider Stadium. An expected 1,356 students will receive degrees and certificates at the event; 983 bachelor’s degrees, 225 master’s degrees, as well as an additional 101 academic certificates and 47 nursing degrees for students from Oregon Health & […]

Surviving the Holocaust: A story of survival

Morris Price could only describe the scent lingering in the concentration camp as “like burning of the flesh.” Price, a survivor of the Holocaust who was imprisoned in Auschwitz, Dachau, and numerous other ghettos, shared his first-hand experiences with the students, faculty and staff of Southern Oregon University at an event last Friday organized by […]

Holocaust survivor to speak about experience in Auschwitz, Dachau

Southern Oregon University German instructor Christiane Pyle and SOU student Nicole Neumann have organized an event in which Holocaust survivor Morris Price will share his incredible story via Skype on May 31 in the Britt Ballroom. Pyle’s upper division German class is currently learning about concentration camps, which is why she felt it would be […]