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Friendship and Loss: Remembering Lenny Holland

Friendship and Loss: Remembering Lenny Holland

We all lose something special just when we need it most. Friendship is among these. We have a disagreement, someone moves away; we just lose touch or simply don’t make the effort to maintain the connection. Usually this friendship wasn’t a strong, bonded friendship to begin with. Although sad, this type of loss can be […]

Fake foliage, floor managers, and free speech: a peek inside RVTV

Fake foliage, floor managers, and free speech: a peek inside RVTV

ABOUT THIS SERIES: This story is part of a series in collaboration with the Ashland Daily Tidings spotlighting the work, research and experiments taking place in laboratories on the Southern Oregon University campus. During the year, these invention centers and their specialized equipment are only accessible to university students, faculty and staff. But on May 15, […]

Friends of Frank helping out the American Cancer Society on Sunday

Friends of Frank helping out the American Cancer Society on Sunday

On a September Saturday in 2004, Frank Dalziel sat in a cold, white, windowless hospital room and was told he had colon cancer. He wasn’t surprised. After a year of being seriously ill and having done extensive research about his symptoms, Dalziel had come to the same conclusion, even before five hours of testing at […]

Beastie Boy Adam “MCA” Yauch dies at 47

Beastie Boy Adam “MCA” Yauch dies at 47

After a long battle with cancer that began in 2009, Adam Yauch (aka MCA) of the Beastie Boys has died at the age of 47, the band’s publicist said Friday. Yauch was a founding member of the influential New York rap trio the Beastie Boys, who became international stars with the release of their 1986 […]

Upcoming: “Fiesta Flamenca: The Music and Dance of Spain”

Upcoming: “Fiesta Flamenca: The Music and Dance of Spain”

San Diego based dance troupe Sol Flamenco with Mark Taylor, guitar Grant Ruiz, guitar and Dr. Terry Longshore, percussion  Press Release Courtesy Of: Colleen Graves, Music Office and Recital Hall Manager The Department of Performing Arts at Southern Oregon University (SOU) presents Sol Flamenco Dance & Music Troupe on Monday, May 7, 7:30pm, where the […]

Upcoming: An “Older” Yungen Brings Piano Brilliance Back Home

Upcoming: An “Older” Yungen Brings Piano Brilliance Back Home

Press Release Courtesy Of: Jody Schmidt, Executive Director of SOU Chamber Music Concerts   Chamber Music Concerts (CMC) presents a recital by Joseph Yungen, a prize-winning pianist who grew up in the Rogue Valley, on Saturday, May 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the Southern Oregon University Music Recital Hall. Mr. Yungen, a graduate of Southern […]

Softball Loses a Pair to Concordia

Softball Loses a Pair to Concordia

Southern Oregon lost 6-1 and 0-4 getting swept by Cascade Collegiate Conference opponent Concordia University, in Saturday’s softball doubleheader at University Field. Southern Oregon fell to 16-14 on the season and 6-8 in conference play while they prepare to travel to Salem, Ore. to face CCC opponent Corban University next Friday. Southern Oregon honored its […]

Softball Sweeps Double-Header

Softball Sweeps Double-Header

After taking an early lead in the first inning of both games, Southern Oregon swept Northwest Christian 3-2 and 6-2 in Friday’s Cascade Collegiate Conference doubleheader at University Field. Game One Senior pitcher Jordyn Kurtz held the Beacons to two runs off of five hits with nine strikeouts to earn the complete-game win for the […]

Garbage piles and gaming pieces: a peek inside SOU’s anthro lab

Garbage piles and gaming pieces: a peek inside SOU’s anthro lab

ABOUT THIS SERIES: This story is part of a series in collaboration with the Ashland Daily Tidings spotlighting the work, research and experiments taking place in laboratories on the Southern Oregon University campus. During the year, these invention centers and their specialized equipment are only accessible to university students, faculty and staff. But on May 15, […]

DNA sequencing 101: a peek inside SOU’s Biotech Center

DNA sequencing 101: a peek inside SOU’s Biotech Center

ABOUT THIS SERIES: This story is part of a series in collaboration with the Ashland Daily Tidings spotlighting the work, research and experiments taking place in laboratories on the Southern Oregon University campus. During the year, these invention centers and their specialized equipment are only accessible to university students, faculty and staff. But on May 15, […]