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: