SOU in the News: March 20-26

Media coverage and relevant mentions of Southern Oregon University for the most recent week

SOU student, alumni, faculty and sta news and features

BroadwayWorld.com (Salt Lake City) • March 25
Photo Flash: The British Royal Family Comes to Pioneer Theatre in KING CHARLES III: Guest director David Ivers holds a BFA from SOU and an MFA from the University of Minnesota

News – DailyTidings.com • March 24
SOU grad will detail solo sea kayak adventure: West Coast author, adventurer and SOU graduate Susan Marie Conrad will share stories and images from her 1,200-mile…

Siskiyou Daily News • March 22
A love for students and a passion for art: Rangel retiring after 25 years at Yreka High: Rangel decided to continue his education at Southern Oregon University, less than an hour north of Yreka…

Sussex County Post (Delaware) • March 20
Indian River band in tune to Mohler’s music passion: High school band director Nathan Mohler is pursuing a unique master’s degree at SOU in band conducting…

News about SOU academic programs

News – DailyTidings.com • March 22
Five SOU students to present scholarly papers: Record number of literature students at SOU were accepted to present scholarly papers at this year’s NUCL event

News @ SOU • March 20
Record number of SOU students to present literary papers: A record number of SOU students present scholarly papers at PSU’s Northwest Undergraduate Conference on Literature

News about fine and performing arts

Medford Mail Tribune • March 23
Ashland New Plays Festival presents ‘Edward III’ in modern verse: The festival is in at the Music Recital Hall on the SOU campus…

The Curry Coastal Pilot • March 21
Friends of Music concert set Sunday: A special, free concert on May 21 by Alexander Tutunov, a professor of piano, includes performances by young artists from SOU

News about politics, policy and national trends impacting SOU and higher education

Aeon digital magazine • March 26
When nations apologise: SOU Professor Edwin Battistella’s essay examines the societal psychology of national apologies and non-apologies

Miscellaneous news

My Eastern Oregon • March 26
HALFWAY: Cornucopia Arts Council, Fishtrap win grants: A partnership of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and SOU’s Native American Studies Program is one of 36 projects to receive “Arts Build Communities” grants from the Oregon Arts Commission