Winners of the fall scholarship raffle sponsored by Dutch Bros. Coffee have been announced!
Enjoy evening of solo classical piano at faculty recital with Matt Cooper, professor of music, Jan. 13.
The EOU campus will be closed Jan. 2; winter term classes begin Jan. 9. Have a wonderful holiday!
“Meaning to Glue” exhibition explores contemporary themes through century-old art form of collage.
Bookstore expands to include new downtown location retailing all EOU insignia items.
Three EOU volleyball players receive honors as 2011 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.
Students share their original musical compositions during free and informal recitals set for Dec. 5-6.
Art department ceramic sale fundraiser helps send students to national conference this spring.
First wave of campus-wide drive to support local food bank begins Nov. 21-Dec. 2.
The Observer’s Holiday Music Festival marks 20th anniversary with gala celebration, Dec. 3-4.
High school students and families are invited to College Night in Oregon, a free college-planning event on Nov. 14.
Area optometrists share their professional experiences for the next Health Speaker Series, Nov. 10.
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month Nov. 7-19.
View work of more than 40 different artists at 25th Annual Season’s Faire gala Nov. 5.
EOU theatre brings to life one of Shakespeare’s most unapologetic villains in “Richard III” opening Nov. 9.
Grover Memorial Scholarship carries on legacy of one family’s love for Mountaineer football.
Award-winning composer and former EOU faculty member Malcolm Lynn Baker performs Nov. 18.
“‘night, Mother” promises to keep audiences on the edge of their seats in Schwarz Theatre, Oct. 27-29.
EOU’s online undergraduate degree in business administration has been ranked a Best Buy!
Ars Poetica Lecture Series welcomes writer Jon Davis, reading from “Preliminary Report” Nov. 1.