The Boarding School Healing Project

The Boarding School Healing Project, also known as The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS) is a national coalition of organizations working with Native communities. It seeks to document and raise awareness of the abuse Native communities have…

Photo by Sierra Garrett

Happiness and Health: Transitioning To In-Person Learning

After over a year and a half of online learning, SOU students and staff are transitioning to in-person classes on October 11, 2021.  While this may bring a sense of excitement to most students, you may feel worried about this…

SOU students participate in Native American Tribes Celebration

SOU Celebrates Indigenous People’s Day!

October 11th marks Southern Oregon University and the City of Ashland’s 5th annually recognized Indigenous People’s Day celebration. SOU’s Native American Student Union (NASU) has a weekend full of activities planned to engage the community in observance of Native American…

Mental Health Awareness Month: A Spotlight on the SHWC

Photo courtesy of Student Health and Wellness Center May is considered Mental Health Awareness Month, and as it draws to a close, it provides a chance for self-reflection. As students begin to finals in the coming weeks it’s hard not…