Speed Friending: Friendship Starts with a Little Effort

Club Board of Advisors is back at it this spring term with another Speed Friending event come and gone! For those unfamiliar with Speed Friending, it is an event CBA has hosted where students are paired together and try to…

This Is What Democracy Looks Like: Ashland Students Walkout For Climate Awareness

On March 10th, Ashland High School students held a walkout for Climate Justice. The goal was to raise awareness for not only climate issues, such as deforestation and pollution, but to evoke the adults, elected officials, and community leaders of…

BODYlogues 2023

Bodylogues 2023 is over, but the stories live on. For those who don’t know, Bodylogues is an event where students can create art themed after the body– the beautiful and ugly parts that make us human, and the stigmas and…

“I want to get people fired up:” Liz Adkisson describes the inspiration behind the Sustainability Collective

Liz Adkisson wore a pink monochrome outfit as she reclined on a couch in the Sustainability Office on Wednesday, February 22nd. Adkisson, a sustainability major and coordinator for the Sustainability Team, described the inspiration behind the Sustainability Collective, which had…

What Happened While Hero Was Dead: A Comedic Tragedy

*This production is rated “R” and is for mature audiences only (age 17+); contains explicit sexual content and adult themes. Oregon Center for The Arts presents What Happened While Hero Was Dead written by Meghan Brown, directed by Holly L.…

February Food Drive: How Food Insecurity Impacts Students

Pictured (left to right) Current Pantry Employees: Joshua Kahsen, Pantry Staff and Frankie Mora, Pantry Coordinator. Students may have noticed the Food Pantry signs around campus, but they may not have noticed the food insecurity that the place addresses. Time, knowledge,…