2012 Indian Arts Festival & annual Pow Wow draws dancers and drummers, families, artisans and vendors to EOU.
Small-town setting inspires short stories by Barry Kitterman. Hear from the author at the next Ars Poetica Lecture May 9.
Spring book sale to benefit the EOU Women’s Research and Resource Center set for April 26-29.
Naturopath addresses students, community members for next Health Speaker Series, April 26.
Harmony of artistic elements come together for senior show “Concinnity” opening April 27 Contact: Cory Peeke | Nightingale Gallery Director 541-962-3584 | firstname.lastname@example.org April 20, 2012 LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) – The showcase of work by senior art students at Eastern Oregon University continues with the exhibition “Concinnity” opening Friday, April 27 in Nightingale Gallery […]
The Learning Center is celebrating 25 years of serving EOU students! Attend the open house on April 25.
EOU Athletic Director Rob Cashell named Commissioner of NAIA’s Cascade Collegiate Conference.
Students share Island Magic Lu’au & Show featuring traditional food & dance. Get tickets now to the April 21 event!
Artistic displays, panel presentations, poster sessions & performances all part of annual Spring Research Symposium.
Percussion duo Loop 2.4.3 brings their “American Dreamland” album release tour to EOU April 19.
High school students & parents invited to learn more about Eastern Promise program at regional meetings.
Portland author Crystal Williams shares selections from her latest work, “Troubled Tongues,” April 19.
Meg Cooke, Ph.D., instructor of English and writing, takes a closer look at video games and cognitive skills training April 12.
2007 EOU graduate shares master’s thesis research into genre awareness during free presentation, April 10.
Downtown event showcases new collection of poems, “What Next, Old Knife?” by EOU English Professor David Axelrod.