Joe Zavala Ashland Daily Tidings @Joe_Zavala99 Southern Oregon University’s effort to combat rising tuition costs with an increased focus on recruitment and retention appears to be paying off.SOU saw a slight bump in enrollment this fall compared to fall term 2016 and was one of two Oregon public universities to experience gains in full-time equivalent enrollment, figures considered crucial to universities because, according to an SOU press release, “they indicate enrollment in terms of the...
Joe Zavala Ashland Daily Tidings @Joe_Zavala99
True, it’ll raise a little money, maybe more than a little depending on the weather. But really, says The Siskiyou School’s director of development Katie LaCroix, the annual WinterFaire is much more than a fundraiser.“It is a fundraiser,” she said, “but the primary goal is for the community to come to this event.
Joe Zavala Ashland Daily Tidings @Joe_Zavala99 You don’t go 10-0 during the regular season without attracting a few bandwagon-hoppers along the way, and while Pete Stanton isn’t likely to label himself a Southern Oregon Raiders fan, he’s not afraid to confess his admiration for SOU’s physicality.For the time being, Stanton’s impression is based entirely on game film, but on Saturday, Dickinson State’s head football coach will see the Raiders in person. That’s when his 13th-ranked Blue Hawks...
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