• Dioxin, Clocks and Oxygen: How Mammals Sense and Respond to Change

    Dioxin, Clocks and Oxygen: How Mammals Sense and Respond to Change

    Join us in welcoming Dr. Chris Bradfield, Professor of Oncology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research, as he discusses how mammals sense and respond to environmental change. Christopher Bradfield received his Ph.D. in Toxicology/Nutrition from theUniversity of California, Berkley. He is currently a professor of Oncology with the University of Wisconsin, Madison, McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research. He is also Genetics Program member—UW Carbone Cancer Center. His laboratory research focuses on a family of transcriptional regulators known as PAS proteins. Current areas of interest include the use of gene-targeting to generate informative bHLH-PAS loci and the use

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  • Join The Food Justice League!

    Join The Food Justice League!

    Calling all superheroes! The Food Justice League is assembling, and we’re looking for anyone interested in being part of the team to help mitigate food insecurity on campus. Some of our fellow peers are struggling to meet their basic needs, and you can help! Together, we can make change happen.  Our first mission is to grow food for the student food pantry in the community garden. So whether you’re into gardening, helping others, creating social change, or just want to learn more about food justice, join the Food Justice League today!  Come to our first meeting Friday, January 25th in

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  • Calling All Performers for the BODYlogues Audition

    Calling All Performers for the BODYlogues Audition

    Come audition for the BODYlogues! Auditions will be held on January 16th, 23rd, and 30th from 6-8 PM. Stop by Taylor 125 or submit your written piece to thebodylogues@gmail.com. Seeking monologues, stories, poetry, art, dance, music, or photography about anything body related! - race, gender, sexu- ality, ability, size, health, queerness, etc.  Performance will be held on March 6th, 6pm. Through the BODYlogues, we aim to encourage public discourse which challenges systems of privilege, hierarchies of power, societal mistreatment of bodies, and the expectations placed upon them. Through this, we also hope to challenge ideas which oppress bodily sovereignty. Our goal

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  • Interested in Rock Climbing?

    Interested in Rock Climbing?

    The Outdoor Program is offering a ton of great climbing opportunities this winter for all experience levels. This is a great chance to challenge yourself and learn something new, whether that’s as simple as learning to belay or traveling to a new crag and climbing outside! The Outdoor Program is running two amazing outdoor climbing trips this term. Trips include transportation, instruction and lunch! Beginning Climbing at Emigrant Lake Feb 17th$24 Intermediate Climbing at RattlesnakeMarch 16th$37 The Climbing Center is offering a series of clinics all term. On Monday nights (8-9:30pm) our amazing staff will be teaching belay technique. We are

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  • SOU 31 Day Gratitude Challenge

    SOU 31 Day Gratitude Challenge

    Mary Davis stated, “through the eyes of gratitude, everything is a miracle.” Let’s be miraculous!  A team of people came together fall term who wanted to make a positive impact in our SOU community. They saw possibilities for people to share gratitude and appreciation for one another. Be part of the team to make a difference on campus!  The SOU 31 Day Gratitude Challenge provides daily inspiration for creating big and little miracles. The challenge lasts from January 14 through February 14. Will you join us? Click here  for the full calendar of possibilities.

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  • Zero Waste Week!

    Zero Waste Week!

    Hello All, HAPPY WINTER TERM! Zero Waste Week is a week full of fun events that promote waste habit awareness and education on how to reduce the waste that we produce. The events that we have lined up include: Our Zero Waste Challenge, where students are asked to carry the waste that they end up with during the week. The point of this challenge is to get students thinking about how much they throw away and how it causes negative impacts on our planet. To sign up for the challenge click this link! Our Zero Waste Week Kick Off!, will

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  • The Banff Mountain Film Festival is Back!

    The Banff Mountain Film Festival is Back!

    The Outdoor Program is excited to announce that we will be hosting the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour for our 8th consecutive year! This year we are hosting a two-night event on the 4th & 5th of February 2019. Each night of this event will be showcasing different films, so be sure to get both tickets so you don’t miss any of the amazing films that BMFF has to offer!  Don’t forget to show up early for the Pre-show Social catered by Caldera Brewing! There will also be several raffles throughout the night with prizes from your favorite

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  • Body Positive Fashion Show Call for Models, Photographers, and Speaker

    Body Positive Fashion Show Call for Models, Photographers, and Speaker

    The Women’s Resource Center is putting on the Body Positive Fashion Show again! If you would like to be a part of an event that celebrates bodies of all kind, fashion, and self-expression, sign up to walk the runway on April 3, 2019 at 6pm. Stop by the WRC in the SU basement or send us an email at WRC@sou.edu if you are interested in being involved in the Body Positive Fashion Show or if you have any questions about the event.

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  • The Student Food Pantry is Open for Business!

    The Student Food Pantry is Open for Business!

    The SOU Food Pantry is open for Winter term! The SOU Food Pantry is located in the Stevenson Union, room 312G, neighboring the Student Life offices. We would like to announce schedule changes with the new term, as of now the SOU Food Pantry will open these times; Mondays & Wednesdays: 10:00am - 1:15pmTuesday & Thursday: 1:30pm - 6:00pmFridays: By appointment If these times do not work, you have questions or you wish to schedule an appointment, get in touch with the Pantry’s Student Coordinator at gordert@sou.edu

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  • Build Your Future and Join SO Youth

    Build Your Future and Join SO Youth

    This year we are recruiting volunteers who are passionate about leadership and civic engagement. SO Youth is a student of color support system toward post-secondary education and cultural empowerment. This program currently collaborates with SOU Pathway Programs and area school districts to provide academic assistance and monthly workshops. Workshops are led by Youth Partners (mentors) and will provide students with knowledge on different topics, including but not limited to Post-Secondary Applications, Financial Aid, Cultural Identity, and Student Success. These workshops will introduce students to various colleges/universities, explore different career opportunities, and allow the students to engage intellectually with their peers.

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