SOU In the News: Sept. 29 – Oct. 5

SOU Student, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff Features:
Daily Tidings – Legal Pot Raises Opportunity, Questions in Ashland (Professor Echo Fields featured):
Mail Tribune – Canada Geese Are Back on the Wing (feature by Professor Stewart Janes):
Oregon Wine Press – Harvest Heats Up (Professor Greg Jones featured):–1443049569–2202–
Clinton County Leader – Dr. Gregg Gassman Made a Difference in Special Education:
Inside Science – Winemakers’ Superstition a Sign of Climate Change (Professor Greg Jones featured):
News on SOU Fine and Performing Arts:

Daily Tidings – First Friday Art Walk Returns:
Mail Tribune – Ashland’s First Friday Art Walk Showcases New Exhibits by Regional Artists:
Daily Tidings – Martin Sexton Kicks Off One World Series:
Mail Tribune – Mad Scientists of Music:
News on Recent and Upcoming SOU Events:
JPR – The Jefferson Exchange: Books and Fans Gather in Ashland:
KAJO – “SOU Loves Ashland” Even Draws Hundreds of Students Downtown Sunday:
Daily Tidings – Real Live Writers! See Them Free!:
News on Politics and Policy Impacting SOU and Higher Education:
Daily Tidings – Our View: SOU Still a Good Choice:
My Columbia Basin – Future of Oregon Education Uncertain (editorial):
Miscellaneous News:
KOBI – Classes Begin at Southern Oregon University:
KOBI – RCC/SOU Students Impact Local Business in Downtown Medford:
KDRV – SOU Not Concerned with Pot Sales “A Stone Throw Away”:
JPR – The Jefferson Exchange: The Umpqua Aftermath and Other School Shootings:
KTVL – SOU Response to UCC Shooting:
Daily Tidings – The Democracy Project at SOU: Dispatches from India: Reflections of an Eclectic Society Through Cultural Expressions:
Daily Tidings – Ashland Cancels Homecoming Parade After ‘Alarming’ Facebook Remark (SOU President and Board Chair statements on UCC shooting included):
Mail Tribune – Ashland Cancels Homecoming Parade After ‘Alarming’ Facebook Remark:
JPR – The Jefferson Exchange: The Umpqua Aftermath and Other School Shootings (SOU personnel featured):
The Siskiyou – A Message from President Roy Saigo: “Safety is My Number One Priority”:
The Siskiyou – UCC Shooting Has SOU Evaluating Procedures:
KDRV – SOU Cancels Classes at Higher Education Center:
KTVL – Classes Cancelled for RCC and SOU’s Medford Campus:
Mail Tribune – Bomb Threat Forces Evacuation, Closure of RCC’s Three Campuses:
KDRV – SOU Campus Safety: