SOU Moving Forward in Retrenchment

ASHLAND, Ore. — Southern Oregon University held a public forum to hear from students and staff about its future cuts. A month ago the university announced it’s going to have to make cuts in its academic programs. The university has lost money through declining enrollment and tuition revenue fall. It’s still not clear what programs … Continue reading »

Oregon Trails: Pre-Historic Bones

ASHLAND, Ore. — Things in Ashland are a lot quieter now that it’s between Shakespeare seasons, and the community at the base of the Siskiyous is settling back to being a small college town. Down in the railroad district, the Ashland Railway History Museum is working to expand its mission to include other Ashland history, … Continue reading »

Mountaineers Stun SOU, 38-37

ASHLAND, Ore. — The SOU Raiders turned the ball over five times including once in the final minute as Eastern Oregon upset #25 Southern Oregon 38-37 at Raider Stadium. The Raiders were previously unbeaten on their home field in three years under Craig Howard. SOU held a 37-24 lead in the second half when the … Continue reading »

SOU President Discusses Cuts

ASHLAND, Ore. — Big changes are coming to academic programs at Southern Oregon University. The President of SOU said cuts are on the way. Southern Oregon University President Mary Cullinan delivered her “State of the University” speech to faculty, students and community members on Tuesday. In her speech, Cullinan spoke of the need to make … Continue reading »

SOU State of the University

ASHLAND, Ore. — Southern Oregon University students are preparing for the university’s President, Dr. Mary Cullinan, to deliver her State of the University address. The presentation is made every year to students, faculty, staff and the campus community. During the speech, President Cullinan will address a variety of issues impacting the university, including SOU’s recent … Continue reading »

Raiders Open With Rout of Pioneers

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics ASHLAND, Ore. – The fourth-ranked Southern Oregon University men’s basketball team’s slow start to the season was short-lived Saturday night against Pacific Union. The Raiders’ five-point lead ballooned in a hurry during their 88-45 win over the Pioneers at Bob Riehm Arena thanks to eight second-half 3-pointers. In the last … Continue reading »

SOU Drops Battle For 1st to Carroll

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics HELENA, Mont. – The Southern Oregon Raiders are the defending Frontier Conference champions, but Carroll College still rules the league. SOU couldn’t overcome the biggest home field advantage in the NAIA on Saturday afternoon, and its Frontier Conference title hopes took a major blow as a result. Five turnovers doomed … Continue reading »

ROTC Objective Training

This is about as close to a battle scene as most people will get. The ROTC objective training is a test, so no real bullets were used, but cadets carry weapons and plan for a surprise attack on the enemy. The Southern Oregon University ROTC Program Manager, Lt. Col. Travis Lee explained that this scenario training … Continue reading »

Raiders Erupt in Second Half, Beat MSUN

ASHLAND, Ore. — Austin Dodge threw five touchdown passes and Southern Oregon scored 55 unanswered points as the Raiders beat #18 MSU-Northern 55-28 Saturday at Raider Stadium. The game got off to an unusually slow start for the Raiders, who led just 10-7 at the half. SOU came out on fire in the third quarter … Continue reading »

Retzlaffs Post Montana Tech Game

ASHLAND, Ore. – Southern Oregon wide receivers Ryan and Matt Retzlaff react to Southern Oregon’s 59-32 win over Montana Tech. The former South Medford brothers combined for 19 receptions, 352 yards and six touchdowns in the Frontier Conference rout.

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