SOU In the News: April 18 – 24


HECC Approves New Outcomes-Based Funding Model:

Mail Tribune – New Funding Formula Awards Universities for Graduating More Students:

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Funding State Universities by Outcomes (audio included):

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Meeting Legislators (Again) on Funding and Tuition (Interview with SOU student, audio included):

Daily Tidings – Our View: Fun with University Funding Formulas (editorial):


Earth Week Celebrations Take Place at SOU (and Other Sustainability/Green News):

KDRV – SOU Earth Week Celebrations (video included):

World News – SOU Celebrates Earth Week:

KOBI – SOU Kicks Off Earth Week with Earth-Friendly Event (video included):

World News – SOU Named One of “Most Environmentally Responsible Colleges”:

News JS – SOU Named One of “Most Environmentally Responsible Colleges”:


Impact of Marijuana Legalization in Southern Oregon, at SOU:

KDRV – The Impact of the Marijuana Industry in Southern Oregon (interview with Dr. Echo Fields about marijuana forum):

KDRV – SOU Won’t Allow Marijuana on Campus After its Legalization July 1 (video included):


SOU to Host Interactive Marketing Speaker Panel:

World News – SOU to Host Interactive Marketing Speaker Panel:

SOU News Blog – SOU to Host Interactive Marketing Speaker Panel:


SOU to Host Emerging Media Convention:

World News – SOU to Host Emerging Media Convention:

The Siskiyou – SOU’s Second Annual EMCon:

SOU News Blog – SOU to Host Emerging Media Convention:


“SOU Raider Day” at the Capitol:

World News – SOU Students Honored at Capitol:

SOU Students Honored at Capitol:



Deseret News – How One School in Oregon is Changing the Discussion on Campus Sexual Assault:

JPR – The Jefferson Exchange: Shakespeare Comes Alive (interview regarding ShakespeareAmerica Institute, audio included in link):

KOBI – SOU Classified Employees Rally Amid Contract Negotiations:

The Siskiyou – SOU Women’s Resource Center: End Rape Culture:

The Siskiyou – The Run for Office at SOU—Who is on the Ticket?:

Mail Tribune – Foreign Language Film Festival Set at SOU:





SOU In the News: April 11 – 17


Tuition and budget-related articles:


Daily Tidings – Letter to the Editor: SOU’s Needs Differ:

Herald and News – The H&N View: Tuition Hikes Put a Focus on Finding the Right School:

Statesman Journal – University Students Push Subcommittee for $755 million:


SOU students and alumni in the news:


Blue Mountain Eagle – SOU Alumnae named Oregon Social Worker of the Year:

KDRV – SOU Student is National Finalist for her Works (interview with Stephanie Neuerburg):

Daily Tidings – SOU Grad Thomas Dazzles with Quixotic:


Sustainability-related news coverage:


The Siskiyou – SOU Becomes Bee Campus USA:

SOU News Blog – SOU Celebrates Earth Week:

SOU News Blog – SOU Named One of “Most Environmentally Responsible Colleges”:




Business Review – SOU Medford Campus Offers New Path for Degree Completion:

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Still Riding Championship Wave (audio included in link):

Oxford University Press – ‘Buyer Beware’: How the Federal Trade Commission Redefined the Word ‘Free’ (Article by Professor Edwin Battistella):

Club Industry – SOU Plans to Build Recreation Center:

SOU News Blog – SOU to Host Panel on Marijuana Legalization:

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Teachers and Technology at Ed Tech Summit (audio included):

SOU News Blog – Ten New Community Projects to be Launched at SOU:

The Siskiyou – Suicide Attempt Prompts Campus Response:

The Siskiyou – SOU Powwow:

SOU In the News: April 4 – 10


Arbor Day Celebration: SOU becomes first Bee Campus USA, Paul Stamets speaks during event, etc.:



JPR – Jefferson Exchange Program:

Mail Tribune:

Daily Tidings:


HECC votes to transition from FTE-based to outcomes-based funding for state’s public universities:

Oregonian/Oregon Live:

Statesman Journal (Letter to Editor):


SOU Student Stephanie Neuerburg named finalist for theater award, play to be performed at Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.:

Mail Tribune:

SOU News Blog:



Roundup of news from the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University:

International Review of Music – Elias String Quartet At the SOU Music Recital Hall:

Cedar City Spectrum – SOU’s Terry Longshore to Present Free Percussion Concert at Southern Utah University:

Daily Tidings – Rhythm is On Tap at the Northwest Percussion Festival:

Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University Presents Pianist Antonio Di Cristofano at SOU Tutunov Piano Series:

Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University Presents “Much Ado About Shakespeare in Contemporary America”:


Southern Oregon University to Host Inaugural Foreign Language Film Festival:

World News:

SOU News Blog:



Radiolab – Los Frikis (Professor Arellano joins Radiolab to discuss “how a group of 80’s Cuban misfits found rock-and-roll and created a revolution”):

KTVL – SOU Raiders Receive NAIA Championship Rings:

The Siskiyou – Tuition Increase 5%:

The Siskiyou – Basketball and Volleyball Moving to Ashland High School:

KOBI – New Survey Ranks Ashland as One of the Most Expensive College Towns:

Oregonian/Oregon Live- SOU Raiders Will Get National Title Rings After Fund-Raising Effort:

SOU In the News: March 28 – April 3


SOU Board of Trustees votes to endorse tuition increase proposal:



Daily Tidings:

Daily Tidings Editorial:

Mail Tribune:


SOU Arbor Day activities set for next week, include nation’s first “Bee Campus USA” award: 


Daily Tidings:

Ashland Chamber of Commerce:

World News:


New documentary showcasing NAIA National Championship in football screened:



Oregonian/Oregon Live:

Daily Tidings:


Spring exhibitions open at Schneider Museum of Art:


Daily Tidings:

Mail Tribune:




Great Value Colleges – Top 50 Affordable Online Criminal Justice Degree Programs (SOU No. 19):

JPR – The Jefferson Exchange: Tough Times for Papers, Even On Campus (Interview with The Siskiyou editor Eli Stillman):

Jacksonville Review – Digging Jacksonville: Artifacts 6: Animal Bones (Feature highlighting SOULA project in Jacksonville):

Ashland Sneak Preview – Profile: Roy Saigo:

Daily Tidings – Ashland Runs on Volunteers: OLLI Classes Pay Dividents In Joy of Teaching:

SOU In the News: March 21 – 27


Mail Tribune – SOU Teacher’s Book Delves Into Japanese-Americans’ Lives During and After WWII:

World News – SOU Percussion Ensembles Host the 2015 Northwest Percussion Festival at the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University:

Daily Tidings – Southern Oregon University Names Director of Marketing:

Mail Tribune – OIT’s Miles to Receive Wooden Award (SOU Alumnus):

Daily Tidings – Why OLLI Matters: A Personal Perspective:

Mail Tribune – People in Business: SOU Names New Marketing Director:

School Construction News: Construction Boom Improves Southern Oregon University:

SOU In the News: March 13 – 20


KTVL – Battling Student Loan Debt:

KTVL – Latino Students Prepare for College:

Daily Tidings – Record Attendance for Latino Student Gathering:

Oregon Public Broadcasting – On View Now: SOU Schneider Museum of Art (video link included):

Daily Tidings – Students Share Debt Frustrations at Summit Meeting:

Daily Tidings – Southern Oregon University: Recent and Pending Projects at SOU Total About $132 Million:

Mail Tribune – Southern Oregon University’s Building Boom Adds Up To $130 Million:

World News – SOU Offers Two New Courses to Community:

Daily Tidings – Our View: SOU’s Economic Clout (Editorial on economic impact of SOU on region):

Daily Tidings – Breaking Ground on Organic Vineyard Practices (SOU Center for Sustainability project):

Oregonian/Oregon Live – Vince and Patty Wixon are Leaders of Oregon’s Poetry Community (SOU mentioned):

KTVL – Ashland Sexual Assault Reporting Program Getting National Attention:

Daily Tidings – Our View: Tuition Trauma (Editorial in support of more state funding for higher ed):

Daily Tidings – Prisoners in Their Own Home (Professor Yamaguchi’s book):

Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development Inc. (SOREDI) – Southern Oregon University Announces New Degree for Working Professionals:

SOU In the News: Feb. 28 – March 12


Mail Tribune – “She Stoops” Rises on SOU Stage:

KOBI – New App Combines Zombie Apocalypse and Fitness (SOU Student project):

JPR – To Shoot Or Not To Shoot; That Is the Question (audio link included):

Daily Tidings – Ashland Food Project Makes a Push to Fill Food Bank Shelves (SOU student-involved project):

Mail Tribune – SOU Percussion Group Presents “Timber”:

Mail Tribune – SOU Wind Ensemble to Present “All American”:

Jacksonville Review – Digging Jacksonville: Medicine Bottles From the Booker House (Latest in a series regarding a SOULA project in Jacksonville, written by SOU anthropology student Sarah Lind):

College Rank – 50 Most Amazing College Libraries (Hannon Listed No. 19):

Mail Tribune – Work Your Body to Save Your Brains (feature on SOU student project):

Daily Tidings – Work Your Body to Save Your Braaaaaains:

Mail Tribune – Registration Open for Women’s Leadership Conference:

The Siskiyou – Comm Majors Make Case to Specify Diplomas:

Daily Tidings – Rogue Valley Musicians Shine in OLLI’s Spring Class Schedule:

Daily Tidings – American Association of University Women Ashland:

KOIN 6 – PSU Students Protest Tuition Hike (SOU mentioned):

SOU In the News: Feb. 21 – 27


KDRV – Firefighters Train in SOU Dorm Building:

Mail Tribune – Since You Asked: Bobby Seale’s Ashland Visit Covered by BSU, Office of Diversity:

Mail Tribune – SOU Presents “She Stoops to Conquer”:

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Innovation In Sexual Assault Handling at SOU (audio link included):

World News – SOU Professor Pens New Book:

Literary Ashland – An Interview with Precious Yamaguchi:

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Race Awareness Week at SOU (audio link included):

KDRV – SOU Assistant Professor Publishes Book (video link included):

KOBI – ‘Five on 5’: Dr. Jody Waters – SOU Associate Provost (interview regarding campus sexual assault symposium):

Daily Tidings – Seed Donation Helps Grow SOU Program:

Oregonian/Oregon Live – Higher Education Needs More State Support (Opinion):

The Siskiyou – Murder, Jesus, Trauma, and Tacos:

The Siskiyou – Questions Arise After U of O Death:

KDRV – OSF Behind the Curtain: SOU Trainees (video link included):

Mail Tribune – Our View: Higher Education Still Getting Too Little (Editorial):

Mail Tribune – Territorial Seed Contribution a Boost for SOU Food Program:

Statesman Journal – SOU’s Dylan Young has NFL Regional Combine Shot:

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: College Break On Top of the World (audio link included):

SOU In the News: Feb. 7 – 13


Daily Tidings – Sink or Swim (Story on McNeal renovation, elimination of pool):

Mail Tribune – Sharing Black Culture (Feature on Black Student Union):

Daily Tidings – Sharing Black Culture (Feature on Black Student Union):

Daily Tidings – New Pool a Possibility at SOU:

Daily Tidings – Bleep Boop to Perform:

KDRV – SOU Considers Future Use for Pool:

KDRV – Colleges Rally Against Budget Cuts:

KTVL – SOU Students Rally in Salem (video included in link):

Daily Tidings – City, YMCA Look at Pool Partnership:

SOU In the News: Jan. 31 – Feb. 6


KDRV – Body Found Near Greensprings:

Daily Tidings – SOU Field Trip Uncovers Body of Klamath Falls Fugitive:

KTVL – Body Found Near Ashland Missing Suspect:

KTVL – Autopsy Report: Body Found Near Ashland:

KOBI – Body Found Near Greensprings Identified:

Herald and News – Body Found in S. Oregon Identified:

Herald and News – Chase Suspects Body Found Near Greensprings: Tidings – Our View: Wood-Fired Steam Plant at SOU Makes Sense (Editorial in Support of Biomass Proposal):

Mail Tribune – Lawmakers Have Plenty to Tackle (SOU mentioned in “Budget and Education” section):

Mail Tribune – Our View: Wood-Fired Steam Plant at SOU Makes Sense (Editorial):

KDRV – SOU Hosts Bobby Seale:

KOBI – New Program to Reduce Driving Kicks Off at SOU:

KTVL – Black Panthers Co-Founder Speaks at SOU:

Daily Tidings – SOU Board Names Officers, Committees:

Daily Tidings – Campaign Encourages SOU Students to Drive Less:

Mail Tribune – SOU Board Names Officers, Committees:

Mail Tribune – SOU Students Targeted in Drive Less Campaign:

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Making a Legislative Case for Tuition Relief (audio included in link):

Mail Tribune – SOSC to Recognize Local Athletes, Top Stories:

Mail Tribune – Klamath Falls Fugitive Died of Hypothermia:

Daily Tidings – SOU Welcomes 2015 Recruiting Class:

Mail Tribune – Raiders Ink 40 On Signing Day:

Jacksonville Review – Artifacts 4: Chinese Bone Dice:

The Siskiyou – SOU’s “You Have Options” Makes Headlines:

Daily Tidings – SOU Students Create Thought-Provoking Art:

Daily Tidings – Our View: The Benefits Are Mutual (Editorial on SOU student project):

Mail Tribune – Since You Asked: SOU Raiders Are No Longer Red:

Mail Tribune – SOSC Honors:

Oregonian/Oregon Live – Migration From Metropolitan Portland to Southern Oregon Reaches Peak: National Signing Day 2015: