• Transgender Day of Remembrance on Nov. 20th

    Transgender Day of Remembrance on Nov. 20th

    The QRC would like to invite you to join us for Transgender Day of Remembrance. The event is November 20th, at 6 pm in the SU Gallery.  TDOR is a day set aside to remember trans folks anywhere under the umbrella who have lost their lives to violence. In TDOR we seek to remember those who have been lost, come together for healing and support, and denounce this kind of violence as a community. Transgender Day of Remembrance is set in Race Awareness Month. It is critical for any discussion of trans remembrance to highlight the intersection of race and

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  • Get your Game On! Play in the Ultimate Frisbee & Quidditch Tournaments

    Get your Game On! Play in the Ultimate Frisbee & Quidditch Tournaments

    Ultimate Frisbee & Quidditch Tournaments are Fun and FREE.  Ultimate Frisbee Thu Nov 15   4 to 6 pm  Rec Field QuidditchSat Nov 17  11am to 1pm Rec Field Students, Staff, and Faculty may register at IMleagues.com

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  • Non-Traditional Student Association Kick-Off Party!

    Non-Traditional Student Association Kick-Off Party!

    You’re a parent, awesome! You drive in from Grants Pass, swell! You feel like everyone around you is younger than you, perfect! Let’s work together, eat food together, and bring our voices to the table together! Come join the Non-Traditional Student Association Kick-Off Party! We are looking for YOU to come find your community!  Come share what you want from this new group on campus! We are dedicated to being a voice for the silent majority on campus! **PITA PIT** *Ice Cream Sundae Bar* Tuesday, November 13, 2018  12:30-1:30    SU 315 - Guanajuato Room   

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  • Friday Science Seminar: Pier Pressure - the Social Brain of Fish

    Friday Science Seminar: Pier Pressure - the Social Brain of Fish

    Join us in welcoming Sarah Stednitz, SOU alumni and PhD candidate, as she discusses the social brain of fish.  Zebrafish are genetically modifiable model organisms that perform elaborate social behaviors both in the wild and in the laboratory. We use zebrafish to study the environmental and genetic factors underlying social disorders, but several outstanding questions complicate these efforts. Do fish have complex social behaviors like humans do? What part of the brain is responsible for driving social interactions? Do we share these regions of the brain with other animals? We leveraged modern neuroscience tools to address these questions, providing a

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  • Five Week Leadership Development Course UGS 199 CRN 4074 is open!

    Five Week Leadership Development Course UGS 199 CRN 4074 is open!

    The Leadership Development course is designed to prepare students for leadership roles and responsibilities here at Southern Oregon University as well as in students community, career, and organizational activities after graduation. This course begins with the premise that leadership is a process which can be learned. This quarter the course will be offered as a 2 credit, 5 week course! In this course, students will examine several broad themes, including leadership language; leadership theories and styles; self-awareness, personal management, and productivity techniques; awareness of student’s values, ethics, motivations, strengths, and limitations; an understanding of intersectionality and the importance of a

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  • BSU Soul Food Dinner: Feast-Worthy and Free!

    BSU Soul Food Dinner: Feast-Worthy and Free!

    November 20th  |  6 to 8:30 pm  |   Rogue River Room The SOU Black Student Union is hosting its annual Soul Food Dinner featuring macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, mashed potatoes with brown gravy, peach cobbler, and more classic dishes.  Enlightening entertainment will include slam poetry, presentations by BSU members, and a brief history of soul food and its role in black culture.  Share an important part of black culture with us as we eat, laugh, and learn about the importance of soul food in American Black culture and history. All are welcome and a $5 dollar donation is recommended. We are

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  • International Education Week 2018!

    International Education Week 2018!

    Join the Office of International Programs in celebrating SOU’s international diversity during International Education Week (IEW) November 12-16. International Education Week is a joint initiative of the US Department of State and the US Department of Education to “promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences.” (https://iew.state.gov/)    We look forward to seeing you at SOU’s IEW 2018 celebration events! ALL WEEK:  INTERNATIONAL FOOD DRIVE Time/Location: 9am – 12pm and 1pm – 5pm in Stevenson Union, room 322 Description: In the spirit of international exchange, the Office of International Programs

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  • Real Food Banquet

    Real Food Banquet

    Nov 19 at 5:30 in the Rogue River Room. On October 12th, 2018, SOU President Linda Schott signed the SOU Real Food Campus Commitment, affirming that by 2023, 20% (or more!) of the food served on the SOU campus will be from sources that are ecologically sound, fair, humane, and local/regionally sourced! Students from the ECOS Sustainability Resource Center are hosting a banquet dinner on November 19th to celebrate this achievement - and the entire community is invited. Join us for a delicious meal featuring organic and locally-sourced food (including vegan and gluten free options), learn about the SOU Real Food

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  • Film Screening: Mankiller

    Film Screening: Mankiller

    The Women’s Resource Center and Multicultural Resource Center are collaborating to show the incredible documentary, Mankiller. This film is about Wilma Mankiller, the first Cherokee Nation’s first woman principal chief.  The film screening is on November 13th from 5-7pm in SU 319. Hope to see you there!

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  • Sleep Out Fundraiser Event- Sponsored by ECOS

    Sleep Out Fundraiser Event- Sponsored by ECOS

    ECOS will be hosting its second Sleep Out fundraiser and awareness event on Thursday, November 15th through Friday, November 16th! The goal of Sleep Out is to increase awareness of the barriers and obstacles that those facing houselessness and housing insecurity encounter in our community. It is also a fundraiser to benefit local community organizations that work with people facing houselessness and housing insecurity. This is not a simulation of ‘houselessness,’ but rather an act of solidarity with members of our community struggling with these conditions. It is an opportunity for students and the SOU community to reflect on their

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