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Letter From the Editors: Budget Cuts to be Brought Before Senate

Featured photo of co-editors Emiliana Rawley and Autumn Micketti taken by Denis Baratta with the Mail Tribune Updated Feb. 20 12 p.m. PST ASHLAND – On Feb. 12, the Student Fee Allocation Committee made budget allocation decisions. The Siskiyou requested…

“Madmen like us reinvent the world” a Spoiler-free Review of Born With Teeth at OSF

 At last, The Oregon Shakespeare Festival mounts a play about the festival’s namesake. Born With Teeth by Liz Duffy is one of the ten plays in OSF’s season, running in repertory with Macbeth in the Angus Bowmer Theater. Directed by…

“Future-Proofing Rogue Valley”: Inside the Almeda Task Force

Image taken from Jackson County’s video on September 8th, 2020 The Almeda Drive Fire of 2020, between Talent and Phoenix, left Ashland’s community and broader Jackson County reeling. More than two thousand, eight hundred structures were destroyed. The true financial…

“Bold, Innovative, and Outrageous Creativity”: SOU’s Oregon Fringe Festival

Last week, Southern Oregon University hosted the eleventh annual Oregon Fringe Festival. The purpose of the event was to give emerging artists —particularly Southern Oregon students— a chance to make their voices heard and interact with more established, professional artists.…

“Blood Will Have Blood”: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Macbeth

Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Macbeth is in the theaters at Ashland’s own Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Southern Oregon University students are offered a generous ticket discount, two for thirty dollars. The play, the shortest of William Shakespeare’s tragedies and first shown…

A Milk Man and a Cowboy Get Stuck in a Time loop- A look at the One Act Festival

This past weekend, the Black Box space in the Theatre Building was packed with an audience eager to see the One Act Festival. Previously known as the Directing Projects, the festival is the culmination of two terms’ worth of hard…