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7 Things You Need To Know For Graduation

7 Things You Need To Know For Graduation

Are you Graduating? If you’ve been at Southern Oregon University for 4 years and thought to yourself, “Welp, it’s been 4 years so I must be graduating,” you may be wrong. Turns out graduating requires things like “Credits” and “A Major,” so if you’ve been coasting through 12 terms of Intro to Theater not only […]

Raider Athletes Honored

Raider Athletes Honored

Tuesday evening saw the third annual Black and Red All-Sports Awards in the Rogue River room.  Though classes were furloughed for the day, many formally dressed Southern Oregon athletes returned to campus to reflect on the past year’s athletic success.  Before the event, athletes were able to grange two sundae bars at their will.  The […]

Side Effects of Porn: Objectification, Erectile Dysfunction on Campus

Side Effects of Porn: Objectification, Erectile Dysfunction on Campus

“These companies are hyper-sexualizing young girls in the media,” Sex is prevalent in America.  Sex sells in movies.  Sex sells in music.  It’s one of the most common themes among our culture and it accounts for a large part of internet content. On Tuesday night Matt Vogel, who is a psychology instructor as well as […]

The Quest for Back-to-Back Championships is Underway

The Quest for Back-to-Back Championships is Underway

The Southern Oregon University football team took an important step to defending their NAIA title in Friday’s annual ‘Red and White’ spring game.  Raider Stadium boasted a respectable turnout for a spring game, with parents of players, students, and Ashland community members in attendance. A major priority this offseason will be to successfully transition to […]

Campus Political Round-Up. Do Students Care?

Campus Political Round-Up. Do Students Care?

Creating transparency between the Associated Students of Southern Oregon University and the average Red Raider is one of the top priorities for presidential candidate Torii Uyehara and her running mate Jane Silva. While some political leaders like Sal Esquivel, Kelly Townsend and others at the state and senate level have obtained degrees from Southern Oregon […]

Campus leftovers go to a good cause

Campus leftovers go to a good cause

Each week, Elmo’s, the dining commons located in the Student Union, donates extra food to less fortunate people without seeking any recognition. The process begins when Elmo’s donates to the Ashland Food Angels, who then distribute the food to various organizations around the Rogue Valley. Many communities in the area, including Medford, Talent, and especially […]

Football receives prestigious honors in Salem

Football receives prestigious honors in Salem

“Be It Resolved by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Oregon: That we, the members of the Seventy-eighth Legislative Assembly, honor the Southern Oregon University Raiders football team for their victory at the 2014 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Football National Championship.”  These were the words of House Concurrent Resolution 17 that honored the […]

Ashland, After Hours

New students come to Southern Oregon University every year for the many educational opportunities it provides, but in the words of Jack Torrance “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” Luckily, Ashland has plenty to do in the day as well as a thriving nightlife. Since new students may not know where […]

Bear on Campus: What to do if you see him

From Southern Oregon University Campus Public Safety, “On Friday, October 3rd a black bear was seen crossing the campus.” Okay. Wait. We’ve seen deer on campus, many of them at once. But a black bear?  They can weigh up to four hundred pounds and when standing reach as high as five feet.  When this first […]

Two Raiders Post Career Highs in CCC Quarterfinal Win

  ASHLAND, Ore. – Southern Oregon University’s freshman Autumn Durand scored a career best 30 points, with nine rebounds, and two blocks pushing them passed the Evergreen Geoducks in the first round of the Cascade Conference Champions tournament with a 80-70 win. The Raiders shot 14 of 42 in the first half, but went 100 […]