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…

SOU’s Student Film Festival Returns this Year with a Downtown Hollywood Drive-In Theatre

Photo courtesy of the Student Film Festival The SOU Student Film Festival (SFF) is now receiving submissions from current students, as well as alumni and prospective students! The SOU Student Film Festival has gathered students, staff, and alumni for a…

Need Some Extra Support? SOU Offers Support Groups for Students

Photo by Eli Khoronov Handling school while maintaining personal balance is a difficult task. Students are stressed more than ever due to the COVID-19 and the recent fires in the area. The stress and burden of everything can weigh you…

A Review and Interview with The Juniper Berries

Photo courtesy of The Juniper Berries In these strange times, it is crucial to support local and independent artists. Lucky for Ashland, there are many groups like those who are always looking for support. One group is The Juniper Berries,…

Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events Training at SOU

SOU’s Campus Public Safety office has begun offering Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) training. CRASE trainings are open to departments and campus groups through InsideSOU. Mass shootings are devastating tragedies with the potential to occur in high profile…

An Open Conversation about Greek Life

On Friday evening, members of Tau Kappa Epsilon hosted an open forum to address students’ concerns and opinions on bringing greek life back to Southern Oregon University. Their brothers from another chapter in Los Vegas, Nevada flew up to show…