SOU Routs Menlo in Non-Conference Opener

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics ATHERTON, Calif. – Upstaging the Southern Oregon University football team’s offense is never an easy task. Especially on a day when Austin Dodge adds five touchdowns to his résumé. SOU’s defense did the closest thing to that with a shutout through three quarters in the season-opener Saturday at Menlo, where … Continue reading »

SOU Adopts Greenhouse Reduction Program

ASHLAND, Ore. — Southern Oregon University is participating in a greenhouse reduction credit program. The university sells what is called “Carbon Credits” to companies like Chevrolet in exchange for funding for sustainable improvement projects on campus. SOU first discovered the program last year at a conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Now it’s encouraging students to turn … Continue reading »

SOU Renovates Science Hall

ASHLAND, Ore. – Science professors at Southern Oregon University said they hope a multi-million dollar project on their science building will bring more interest in the program. The university recently started work on a $21 million renovation project on the science building. Professors said they hope it will bring more students and faculty into the … Continue reading »

Avila Takes 10th at T & F Championships

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – It was just a few years ago Eric Avila wasn’t even running competitively. On Saturday, Avila finished 10th overall in the 1,500 meter run at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships in Sacramento. After a year at Northern Arizona University, Avila took two years off before joining Southern Oregon University’s cross … Continue reading »

SOU President Takes Job at Wash. Campus

ASHLAND, Ore. — Southern Oregon University (SOU) President Dr. Mary Cullinan has been named the 26th president of Eastern Washington University (EWU). The Eastern Washington University Board of Trustees announced the position on its website Monday, Dr. Cullinan starts at EWU on August 1st. Cullinan has served as president of SOU in Ashland since 2006. … Continue reading »

SOAR Conference Wraps Up

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Southern Oregon Arts and Research Conference is wrapping up Thursday. Over the last week, students have been showing off their ideas and inventions. Thursday dozens of SOU seniors presented their capstone projects on posters. The topics ranged from the economy of solar energy, hemp industrialization, to psychology research on bullying. One … Continue reading »

SOU President Looking to Ohio

ASHLAND Ore. — Southern Oregon University President Mary Cullinan is in Ohio interviewing for a different job. She is one of three finalists to be the next president of Youngstown State University. Cullinan says the idea of what she can accomplish in Youngstown has her excited about a new opportunity. One of the challenges she … Continue reading »

SOU Reacts to Coaching Debuts

ASHLAND, Ore. – On Friday NewsWatch 12′s Chris Leone and Brandon Kamerman faced the biggest challenge of their sports journalism careers: coaching in the SOU Spring Game. Leone’s White Team snuck by Kamerman’s Red Team 26-19, and after the game they asked each other and the players about their first experience coaching college football.

SOU’s Unofficial Pro Day

ASHLAND, Ore. – NAIA schools often get overlooked by NFL scouts so in the case of Southern Oregon head coach Craig Howard, that means fighting for attention. “When you have good players and they have success on the field,” Howard says, “my obligation as a coach is to spread the word, and I get on … Continue reading »

Opportunities Available at Career Fair

ASHLAND, Ore. — The unemployment rate for 2013 college graduates is the lowest it’s been since the class of 2007. Tuesday, 40 employers set up tables at the Southern Oregon University career fair. Organizers said there was something for all students, ranging from internships to career opportunities. Organizers said it’s important for students to get … Continue reading »

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