Our 2016 Hannon Library Super Tuesday Primary has concluded with 174 votes! Here are the results:

The outcome of the poll was a win for Bernie Sanders (Dem) at 114 votes, followed by Hillary Clinton (Dem) at 23 votes and Donald Trump (Rep) at 12 votes.

Thank you everyone for your participation. The Hannon Library Government Information Department would like to encourage you to vote in the Oregon Primary on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 and in the General Election on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

Our 2016 SOU Super Tuesday Primary has concluded

The SOU Super Tuesday is solely an academic activity to promote civic awareness. Southern Oregon University and Hannon Library do not endorse any particular candidate, political party, or ideological perspective, nor do we seek to influence actual election outcomes. We encourage civil discourse and ask participants to be respectful of all viewpoints.


Photo by Steven Dominguez

In honor of the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare, SOU’s Hannon Library will host an afternoon of Shakespearean highlights, featuring Geoff Ridden.

April 20, 2016
4:00 PM
Meese Room
free parking

Geoff Ridden is an actor, musician, and Shakespeare scholar. Ridden will discuss and perform music from Shakespeare’s plays. Following the presentation, Hannon Library’s Special Collections will offer a viewing of Shakespeare’s Second Folio of 1632 and Fourth Folio of 1685. Other treasures from the Margery Bailey Collection will be displayed, including sixteenth-century histories of the British Isles. Also on display will be a costume from an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production of As You Like It.

Shakespeare folio 4thSponsored by the Friends of Hannon Library, this event is free and open to the public. Free parking will be available in the lot behind the library. For more information, contact Library Administration at libraryevents@sou.edu or 541-552-6816.

The groundhog’s not scared anymore, the college kids are gossiping about their week in Cancun, and you’re seeing people in shorts and t-shirts for the first time in months. Spring has finally sprung into Southern Oregon, and we’re excited about it here at Hannon Library

With the coming of warmer weather, the Meese Terrace on the third floor is now open for daytime use. With great views of the campus, the Terrace is the perfect spot to make the most of spring. Anyone is welcome to enjoy the space, so come on out and enjoy the sun while you’re eating lunch, reading books, or even napping under a colorful umbrella.