SOU in the News: October 4 – October 10


SOU Student, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff features

Vox – Apology expert Dr. Ed Battistella of SOU deconstructs Donald Trump’s “apology”:

Oxford University Press blog – Dr. Ed Battistella explains how to write a grant proposal:

Newswatch 12 – SOU’s student body president leads on and off the field:

Mail Tribune – SOU students marched in the Southern Oregon Pride Parade:

Roseburg News Review – SOU climatologist Greg Jones says the Umpqua Valley is a “Goldilocks” wine growing area:

Daily Tidings – SOU alumna is the new president of the Ashland Soroptimists club:

Newswatch 12 – Three former Raider football stars are now coaching at Ashland High School:

Mail Tribune – SOU Music Instructor Bryan Jeffs and his group, Band du Pays, just released a new album:

News on SOU Academic Programs

Mail Tribune – Innovators and leaders:

Newswatch 12 – SOU students take a look at the homeless camps on the Bear Creek Greenway:

KTVL10 – SOU students learn during greenway clean up:

Daily Tidings – Dr. Lee Ayers and SOU Honors College students report from Europe:

News on Fine and Performing Arts

Mail Tribune – Mosaic art on display in SOU galleries:

Mail Tribune – Professor Paul French leads the Southern Oregon Repertory Singers in a performance at the SOU Music Recital Hall:

Klamath Falls Herald & News – SOU Music students helped boost attendance at Crater Lake National Park this summer:

News on Politics, Policy, and National Trends Impacting SOU and Higher Education

Eugene Register Guard – Portland State University tries free tuition:

New York Times – An online education breakthrough? A master’s degree for a mere $7,000:

Miscellaneous News

Daily Tidings – Indigenous people’s day celebration is today at SOU:

KTVL – Veterans learn about LGBTQ support at SOU:

Albany Democrat Herald – Newspaper opposes an Oregon ballot measure that’s based on an idea conceived at Southern Oregon University 59 years ago: