SOU In the News: May 30 – June 5

SOU Student, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff Features:
Daily Tidings – Invested in Learning:
World News – SOU Announces New VP of Development:
Foundation and Endowment Intelligence – Southern Oregon University Foundation Names Executive Director:
Save Oregon Wrestling – First Female Edges Out Men to Earn 1st Place $3,000 Scholarship (featuring SOU commit Jessica DeHart):
Daily Tidings – Ashland Map App Complements Popular Hard-Copy Version (SOU alumnus featured):
Daily Tidings – Ashland Police Honor SOU Student for Using CPR to Save a Life:
Noodls – SOU Team Ranks No. 7 in World in Business Strategy Game:
News on SOU Academic Programs:
Mail Tribune – Other views: Credit Transfer Agreement a Big Step (editorial about SOU/KCC partnership):
JPR – The Jefferson Exchange: Sending Kids Outdoors to Learn (discussion on SOU’s Fall in the Field program):
News on SOU Environment and Sustainability Initiatives:
News on SOU Fine and Performing Arts:
Daily Tidings – Oregon Fringe Festival:
The Siskiyou – On the Fringe:
News on Recent and Upcoming SOU Events:
Daily Tidings – Art Museum Hosts Free Family Day:
Noodles – SOU Students to Release Economic Forecast:
World News – SOU Students to Release Economic Forecast:
Rogue Valley Messenger – SOU Economics Students to Issue Forecast for US Economy:
Daily Tidings – Helfrich to Deliver Commencement Address Saturday:
The Siskiyou – Helfrich to Delivery Commencement Address:
News on Politics and Policy Impacting SOU and Higher Education:
Daily Tidings – Council Corner: SOU Scholarship Would Add Value:
Daily Tidings – Our View: Good Idea Needs Work (editorial on City of Ashland SOU Scholarship proposal):
Mail Tribune – Oregon Universities Pledge Tuition Limits if Lawmakers Hike Funding:
KGW – Oregon Universities Pledge Tuition Limits if Lawmakers Hike Funding:
KTVL – Universities Pledge Tuition Limits if Lawmakers Hike Funding:
Mail Tribune – Our View: Any Extra Higher Ed Funds Should Limit Tuition:
Miscellaneous News:
Mail Tribune – Class of 2015 Valedictorians (Many planning to attend SOU):
The Dartmouth – Hanover Police Implement “You Have Options Program”:
The Siskiyou – Schneider Children’s Center Remains Uncertain:
The Siskiyou – When it Goes Wrong, Who You Going to Call?:
The Source Weekly (Bend): Brian Magnet or Brain Drain (feature on OSU Cascades, SOU mentioned prominently):
The Siskiyou – One-on-One: Dr. Roy Saigo, President of SOU: