• Linking Leadership: Have Lunch with a Leader

    Linking Leadership: Have Lunch with a Leader

    I know its easy to forget, but once upon a time your professors, employers, advisers, even your University president was an undergraduate student who stressed over the same things you may currently be stressing over. But look at them now, they made it! And so can you! Linking Leadership offers an opportunity for you to engage in conversation with a professional staff member over free pizza. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions about their experiences in their fields or educational careers, seek advice, or just to see them in a new light. Also, FREE PIZZA! WE LOVE

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  • antics improv: In Observation of Groundhog Day Eve

    antics improv: In Observation of Groundhog Day Eve

    antics improv celebrates the beginning of the end of winter Jan 31   7:30 pm   SU Arena (following the ASU Chinese New Year Feast) Join us to laugh away the winter blues.  Treats fit for a groundhog will be served Please  bring a non-perishable food/personal hygiene item to donate to the Student Food Pantry!

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  • Orchard Care Workshop

    Orchard Care Workshop

    Want to learn more about orchard care?Do you have a fruit tree in your yard that you don’t know how to care for? Farm Director, Dr. Vincent Smith and former farm graduate assistant, Case Wiseman will be teaching some key tips and tricks for best orchard care practices. You will get to put your new skills to work some pruning shears and a fruit or nut tree from the SOU Farm’s very own food forest! Join us at The Farm at SOU for our orchard care workshop on Saturday, January 25th from 10:00-12:00! This event is free of charge and

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  • Talent Wanted!

    Talent Wanted! Audition For BSUs Black History Month Event!

    Talent Wanted! Audition For BSUs Black History Month Event! The Black Student Union here at SOU is currently looking for students who can act, sing, dance, rap, do spoken word and any other amazing talents that they might hold. This year, BSU will be collaborating with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival to host their First Annual Black History Month Event on OSFs stage. We want to know what Black History Month means to you and to try out for our auditions! If you have talent, we ask that you fill out the application form at this link by January 27th at

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  • Community Meal Plans are Still Available!

    Community Meal Plans are Still Available!

    The 2019-2020 Community Meal Plans are still available for purchase! You may be asking yourself, what is a Community Meal Plan? Well, they are an option for faculty, staff, the public, & students who don’t live on campus! Depending on which meal plan that you select, there include options with meals, raider cash, & the raider cup. Meals are only valid for use at The Hawk, which is our campus “all you care to eat” facility”. Raider cash can be used at any of our other locations, including The Landing, Elmo’s, Einstein’s, & Southern Grounds. The Raider Cup is given

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  • Call For Submissions

    Call For Submissions

    SOU’s Literary Magazine “Main Squeeze” is looking for poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and visual art for its latest issue! Submission deadline is Friday, February 14th. Submission guidelines here.  Questions? Email us at MainSqueezeLitMag@gmail.com

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  • Three (Extra)ordinary Stories of Survival

    Three (Extra)ordinary Stories of Survival

    In this Campus Theme presentation, Dr. Marianne Golding reveals the intimate portraits and journeys of three young Jewish refugees from Germany and Czechoslovakia, including the speaker’s father, and the stories of the women who helped them escape from France’s WWII internment camps and orphanages originally intended for Spanish children fleeing Franco’s war. The talk will focus on the extraordinary connections between the three boys and the remarkable women who saved them. In keeping with the Campus Theme, “Uncertainty,” the presentation will also address uncertainty and errors found in personal and official archives, as well as testimonies and biographies. Wed, Jan

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  • Introducing Faculty Insights!

    Introducing Faculty Insights!

    The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning hosts Faculty Insights, an opportunity to meet some of our exceptional faculty outside the classroom. Insights offer an opportunity to get to know each guest as a person as well as a member of the faculty here at SOU. Our latest podcast features Tiffany Morey, Senior Instructor, Criminology and Criminal Justice. Tiffany shares stories from her “first career” pushing boundaries as part of the Las Vegas Police Department and describes the path that led her to SOU. You won’t want to miss her description of an unusual traffic stop involving a

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  • Three Part Lead Climbing and Belaying Series

    Three Part Lead Climbing and Belaying Series

    The SOU Climbing Center is offering a "Three Part Lead Climbing and Belaying Series." If you are familiar with top-rope belaying and want to begin lead climbing and belaying, this is the clinic for you. We will be covering the devices used to belay, back clipping, back-stepping, z-clipping, clipping stances, soft catches and much more! This is a great way to build up your knowledge to take a lead belay and climbing assessment at the SOU Climbing Center. The three dates are going to be happening on Tuesdays from 7:30-10:00 pm- 1/21, 1/28, 2/4 The total cost for all three

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  • Teachers Wanted!

    Teachers Wanted!

    SOU’s Master of Arts in Teaching program is still accepting qualified applicants on a space-available basis for both general education and special education. Teachers are desperately needed all over Oregon and there has never been a better time to make a difference in the lives of students.  Apply today! 

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