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2014 Ashland Innovators Conference is a Success

The 2014 Ashland Innovators Conference went under way on Friday, April 11 in the Rogue River Room at SOU. Outside the event there were booths with students displaying their works from various EMDA classes. The atmosphere was one of anticipation and excitement with participants waiting to see what new things were coming for Ashland. “This […]

Fatal Crash Renders Campus without Power

Fatal Crash Renders Campus without Power

  A traffic accident occurring between Ashland St. and Siskiyou Blvd. at approximately 10:32 p.m. on Wednesday night killed one individual and left another in critical condition, according to a press release on the City of Ashland website. The accident occurred when the driver of a 2000 Mercedes SUV was turning off of Siskiyou Blvd. […]

Poetic Opportunities Coming Soon

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival will be hosting a variety of hip-hop/poetry open-mic nights on March 10th, April 7th and May 5th from 7-9pm at The Black Swan located near the Oregon Shakespeare Festival on 15 S. Pioneer Street.  The events are entirely free for the community, and will give everyone an opportunity to present their […]

Raiders Fall to UNR in Sunday’s Lacrosse Match

  ASHLAND, Ore. – The University of Nevada Men’s lacrosse team put an end to the Raider’s undefeated record Sunday, Mar. 2, at the Southern Oregon University practice field with a 3-7 victory.  The Wolfpack scored the first goal, and kept the lead for the duration of the game. Junior AJ Chase got the Raiders […]

Recap on Retrenchment and Students Leaping Into Action.

 Throughout this academic year, the word retrenchment has been floating around the SOU campus. Retrenchment has resulted in the proposed elimination and restructuring of academic departments at Southern Oregon University. Deep cuts in state funding coupled with a decline in student enrollment has caused SOU to fall into negative numbers finically. In December, President Mary […]

The Winterfest Carnival And Murder Mystery Event Was Larger Than Ever Before.

  Last Thursday night’s Snow Fiesta events included the Club Winterfest Carnival and the Murder at the Ski Lodge dinner event.               The Club Winterfest Carnival was attended by twenty-five of SOU’s student clubs, who came with booths, games, food and signup sheets.     Among the various offerings at Winterfest the French Club […]

Locals come together to ‘Pray for Snow’

It seems as if every mountain but Mt. Ashland has been graced with snow this winter, making it difficult for folks looking to ski, board and sled this season. The particularly dry winter and lack of snow has left locals with little to do other than stand by and hope for better conditions. Those at […]

Seasonal Depression’s Cure All.

What to Do About the Winter Blues? Here in southern Oregon, the seasons shift dramatically without a transition between the blaring sun and the biting wind. As the clouds, wind and rain blow, and the sun begins to disappear for many people, the winter blues set in. The “winter blues” or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) […]

Health Resource: Do You Know Your Status?

sexual health is of the utmost importance especially for young adults.   We all want to feel we can make healthy educated decisions.Here to help on the journey for a complete holistic wellbeing is Planned Parenthood, the Student Health Offices and ,with much anticipation, the Cascade AIDS Project.   The Cascade AIDS Project began in […]

Students Observe Transgender Day of Remembrance

Students dressed in black gathered in the Stevenson Union Courtyard on Wednesday afternoon to observe the Transgender Day of Remembrance and commemorate those who have lost their lives within the last year as a result of discriminatory violence. The Queer Resource Center organized the event for SOU this year, beginning around 12:30 p.m. by reading […]