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SOU Celebrates 4th Annual Arbor Day

SOU Celebrates 4th Annual Arbor Day

On Friday, the leaders of SOU’s beautification traded their hard worn facilities t-shirt for bright pink Arbor Day shirts and lead the campus in a day of botanical tours and tree planting. The Landscape Department works to assure that SOU’s grounds stay pristine and well maintained. They start work before sunrise, de-icing walkways in the […]

Meatless Monday Comes to The Hawk

Meatless Monday Comes to The Hawk

Earth week kicked off last Monday with an event challenging all students to refrain from the use of straws followed by an event held at the Hawk called Meatless Monday– sparking controversy amongst dining hall staff and patrons. “The biggest noise that is negative comes from the athletes, they really like the homestyle menus,” explained […]

22nd Annual Lūʻau Celebrates Culture through Dance

22nd Annual Lūʻau Celebrates Culture through Dance

“This celebration of our culture is a good way to bring us back to our ancestry and who we are as people” explained Jherica Raposa, a member of the Ho’opa’a Hawai’i Club and dancer in the 22nd annual Lūʻau & Hōʻike. With a sold out show, a celebration of Hawaiian culture rang throughout the Music […]

Susan Conrad returns to Inspire with Adventure

Susan Conrad returns to Inspire with Adventure

On May 5, 2010, Southern Oregon University (SOU) graduate Susan Conrad set out on a courageous solo-kayak journey from Washington to Alaska which would eventually lead to her successful memoir, Inside: One Woman’s Journey Through the Inside Passage. With help from the Women’s Resource Center (WRC), the Outdoor Program (OP), and the Outdoor Adventure Leadership […]

Powerful Exhibit Shows that Clothing ≠ Consent

Powerful Exhibit Shows that Clothing ≠ Consent

“A place to dispel the myth that clothing gives any type of consent,” described Katie McGrath, the senior who curated the exhibit “What I was Wearing” which displayed in the SU Gallery last week. A walk through the space revealed different forms of attire hanging on the walls: business casual, club dresses, sweatpants a T-shirt, […]

Student Run Show Premieres during Finals Week

Student Run Show Premieres during Finals Week

During the Tuesday of  Winter Term finals week, a group of theatre students came together to put on a a single showing of  You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown and Dog Sees God in the Black Box Theatre at Southern Oregon University (SOU). The rehearsal and production of this entirely student ran passion project started […]

Local Law Enforcement helps facilitate annual Lock-in

Local Law Enforcement helps facilitate annual Lock-in

“Everything about today is real,” said Maggie Montgomery, the President of the Southern Oregon University Criminology Club. Earlier in March, the Crim department held their annual Crim Lock-in. This year, for the first time, they offered the seminar as a registered course for one credit in addition to the experience. Students, staff, faculty are invited […]

Co-Ed Baseball Team Gets Ready for their Season

Co-Ed Baseball Team Gets Ready for their Season

Last weekend, the SOU Club Baseball team organized a scrimmage to kick-off the spring season. Three years ago when the club started, it was built on a platform of competition.  While that is still true, the captains, Eileen O’Keefe and Kellan, Larson decided to begin this season with a different approach. “From a captain’s point of […]

New Report Exposes Hazardous Toys

New Report Exposes Hazardous Toys

Just in the time for the holiday season, the Southern Oregon University’s OSPIRG (Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group) released the 32nd annual toy safety report, Trouble in Toyland, from the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, to share the number of hazardous toys still being sold in the U.S. market. This year’s report focused on four toys […]

Truth: This Year’s Campus Theme Series

Truth: This Year’s Campus Theme Series

On Thursday, Nov. 16, students, faculty and philosophy fiends came to the Hannon Library, and made their way upstairs to the Meese Meeting Room. By 7:00 P.M. the room had all but reached its 115 person max capacity, and the term’s final Campus Theme Truth Series, a panel on the nature of truth, kicked off. […]

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