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For Sale: SOU Bookstore

Possible buyers made presentations Thursday, Feb. 13, to convince the Southern Oregon University Request for Proposals Committee that they are the best company to buy the bookstore. Barnes & Noble Inc. and Follett both made presentations in the Meese Meeting Room in Hannon Library, each being about thirty minutes long, followed by a half hour […]

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 […]

New Zealand Trip For The Adventurous Students

Southern Oregon University is hosting a trip to New Zealand for Outdoor Adventure Leadership students to study abroad.   This program lasts for two months and is considered by many the trip of a lifetime. Students arrive on the North Island, and journey down the length of New Zealand, this being guided by locals.   […]

McNair Scholar Program Seeks New Cohort.

The McNair Scholar Program at SOU is currently accepting applications for the 2014 cohort until Nov. 12. For eligibility into the program applicants must be at least a sophomore, junior, or senior with a good academic standing, who will be enrolled in SOU through Fall of 2014. In addition, an applicant must be a low-income, […]

New Dawn for SOU Housing

With wind whipping through the small crowd gathered between the new halls of Shasta and McLaughlin, college President Mary Cullinan lifted a pair of giant scissors, and began a new era for Southern Oregon University and the city of Ashland. With the culmination of three years of construction and financing, the ribbon cutting ceremony was […]

SOU students speak up

Southern Oregon University students are concerned with the future of their education, and it is affecting how they vote this election season. The race for Governor between John Kitzhaber and John Dudley is contentious, with both candidates running on platforms that involve education as one of their main focuses. Kitzhaber, who has previously served as […]