Home Football National Playoffs

Submitted by Bobby Heiken
Posted on Nov 14 , 2017

The fifth-ranked and undefeated SOU football team will host 13th-ranked Dickinson State Saturday at 1 p.m. in the First Round of the 2017 NAIA Football Championship Series.

SOU Students will be admitted to the game FREE, while SOU faculty/staff can get tickets for $6 (no free tickets for playoffs for faculty/staff).

Tickets are available at Ivy Hall Tuesday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The ticket office will be closed outside of those hours, but the ticket booth at Raider Stadium will be open at 10 a.m. Saturday morning (with gates to the stadium opening at 11 a.m.). So there will be plenty of time to get your tickets the day of the game.

Any questions regarding tickets, contact McKenzie Mason at 541-552-6772 or


Home Basketball vs. OIT

Submitted by Bobby Heiken
Posted on Nov 14 , 2017

The 11th-ranked SOU men's basketball team will take on arch-rivals and 16th-ranked Oregon Tech in a non-conference game Tuesdayat 7:30 p.m. at Ashland High School.

A reminder that tickets are FREE for SOU students and SOU faculty/staff. We are not doing passes this year for faculty/staff. To get your free ticket, show your SOU ID at the ticket window.



Grill Cheese & Soup Day At CRC

Submitted by Asela Kemper
Posted on Nov 13 , 2017

Come join SOU Student Food Pantry and the Commuter Resource Center as they host a “free sandwich and cup of soup” day on November 14th from 12:30-1:30 in the Stevenson Union in the raised lounge outside of CRC/VRO! The SOU student food pantry is currently providing over 1,000 items of food, personal hygiene products, and other necessities to students per week. While we are having free food, we will discuss food insecurity that many students struggle with and engage in developing solutions for hunger on campus. 

Social Justice Connections!

Submitted by Asela Kemper
Posted on Nov 13 , 2017


Come to our first brown bag discussion of the year: Social Justice Connection! The event will take place at Stevenson Union 314 (Dankook Room) from 12:30pm to 1:30pm on November 15th. Come get FREE pizza and hang out with Virginia Camberos and Nicthe Verdugo from Unite Oregon to talk about their organization and a path to social justice work!

Fall into Chemistry - LIVE Demo!

Submitted by Amy Tucker
Posted on Nov 13 , 2017

The SOU Chemistry Club invites you to experience live and exciting Chemistry experiments for all ages! Come witness various marvels of Chemistry, as we “light up” pumpkins, freeze-dry marshmallows and enchant with interactive displays of scientific wonder!

The demonstration will be held in the Science Auditorium (Science Building room 151) on Friday, November 17th from 3:30 - 5:00 pm. Refreshments will be provided by the STEM Division.


Feminist Fight Club: Trans*feminism

Submitted by Women's Women's Resource Center
Posted on Nov 13 , 2017

Join us in SU 102 for a delicious homecooked fall dinner and a discussion of issues in trans* feminism with WRC and QRC staff. Tommorow (Tuesday 11/14) at 5:30 pm! See you there.

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Submitted by Thomas Arce
Posted on Nov 13 , 2017

On November 14th, 16th, and 20th, the Queer Resource Center and various campus partnerships will be working together to engage our campus in recognition of the Transgender Day of Remembrance. On this day, which occurs annually on November 20th, we will memorialize those who have lost their lives because of transphobia and where it intersects with misogyny, misandry, race, class, and ability among others, and to bring attention to the continued violence endured by the Trans* community. 

Check out the various events happening below:

Transgender Day of Remembrance
Date/Time: Monday, Nov. 20th at 6:30-8:00pm 
Location: Diversions in Stevenson Union Ground Level

TDOR will highlight the impact of how our society deals with trans identified individuals highlighting those folks in our prison system, in poverty, and those with numerous marginalized identities. The intention of the event is to remember the lives lost as well as to honor and celebrate them as we work to create resistance with our existence, raise awareness and encourage action. Refreshments will be provided. American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters will be present at this event.

Feminist Fight Club: Transfeminism
Date/Time: Tuesday, Nov. 14th at 5:30-7:00pm 
Location: Women’s Resource Center in the Stevenson Union Ground Level

This event will be a discussion on Transness within the feminist movements as well in media. Dinner provided.
Sponsored by the Women's Resource Center and Queer Resource Center. 

Trans Ally Training Workshop
Date/Time: Thursday, Nov. 16th at 5:30-7:00pm 
Location: Room 306 in Stevenson Union

We will be engaging our campus in a Trans Ally workshop to give some introductory knowledge on trans identities, the value of pronoun usage and how allies can better support Trans and Queer students on our campus and in the community. Refreshments will be provided.


If you have questions about any of the events, please don't hesitate to reach out to the Queer Resource Center by email at and/or by phone at 541.552.8329. 

Poster of Events:

Campus Theme Presentation: Truth: The Definitive Question

Submitted by Daniel Morris
Posted on Nov 13 , 2017

Come to our next Campus Theme: Truth presentation Thursday November 16, 2017 • 7 pm in the Meese Conference Room in the Hannon Library.

Presenters: Prakash Chenjeri, Devora Shapiro, and Justin Harmon: SOU Philosophy Department

Free and open to all. See description below.

Truth, like knowledge, is difficult to define. No matter how well-crafted a definition of truth may be, the question immediately follows but ‘is it true’? A panel of three SOU philosophers will examine this timeless and timely topic: Is truth objective (absolute) or subjective (relative)? Many have critiqued our Modern and Post-Modern conceptions of truth—and for good reason. However, there is good reason—and a real need—to reconsider the role and worth of a robust conception of truth in our newly post-truth world. The panel will conclude with an overview of the faults of historical and historically accepted accounts of truth and consider the difficulties and pitfalls of a post-truth discourse, offering potential directions to pursue when rebuilding a desperately needed new—more just, robust, and sustainable—conception of Truth.


International Education Week

Submitted by Tracey Culbertson
Posted on Nov 14 , 2017


Join the Office of International Programs in celebrating SOU’s international diversity and learn more about global educational opportunities.  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.”   

For more information about International Education Week programs, please visit the Office of International Programs in Stevenson Union, room 322, or call (541) 552-6336.

SPECIAL EVENT TODAY:  Open House at the Office of International Programs.   Time:  2-4pm   

 Enjoy refreshments and learn more about all the services we offer the SOU and Ashland communities. Stevenson Union, room 322.


  • 12-1pm  Wednesday.  Study Abroad Program Representatives are visiting SOU!  Stevenson Union, near bookstore
  • 6pm  Wednesday.  Study Away Information Session.  Learn about exciting opportunities to Study Away overseas or on the National Student Exchange (NSE) from past participants and exchange students!  McLoughlin Hall, 3rd floor
  •  3:30-5pm  Thursday. International Student Workshop:  Exploring Your US Employment Options.  Stevenson Union, 319.  
  •  7:30pm  Thursday. The French Club presents French Film Night.  Stevenson Union 313.
  •   9am-4pm  Friday.  US Passport Application Day!  Special Event - All day Friday!  Apply for your new US passport.  Please visit for application instructions in advance.  Stevenson Union 322. [Regular International Programs passport application hours are Monday - Thursday 9-11:30am]


General Announcements

Library Fall Book Sale

Submitted by Fela Winfrey
Posted on Nov 13 , 2017

Hannon Library's fall book sale is almost here! Beginning on Wednesday, November 15 and continuing on through the weekend, the sale takes place in the library's main during regular business hours.

With incredible pricing and a variety of topics, most books are initially priced at $2 for hardcovers and $1 for paperbound books. Some items of exceptional value will be individually priced. Cash or check only, please.

Prices will be reduced throughout the week, but don't miss opening day to have the choice picks!

For more information, call the Circulation Desk at 541-552-6860.

Open ASSOU Committee Positions

Submitted by ASSOU Director of Public Relations
Posted on Nov 13 , 2017

Want to get involved on campus? Want to make a difference for the student body? Get involved on a Student Government Committee! There are currently open positions for the Tuition Advisory Council and the Stevenson Union Steering Committee.



Get Creative!

Submitted by Jared Brown
Posted on Nov 13 , 2017

The 2018 Oregon Fringe Festival Applications are open! Have a cool idea for a new show, work, or piece? Apply to Fringe and share your ideas with the world! Know a creative friend who may be interested, let them know about this opportunity!

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