Lanetta Paul and Friends present “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” a one-act opera composed by Gian Carlo Menotti.
Political Action Club organizes free event to provide some political-themed levity as finals week approaches.
Enjoy traditional holiday music from around the world at 24th annual gala event featuring more than 200 area performers.
Visiting writer-in-residence Megan Kruse is among the National Book Foundation’s accomplished group of 5 Under 35.
EOU’s award-winning journal features student writing, translated works of Polish poetry and the portfolio of a Montana artist.
Learn how to stay safe in the backcountry this winter during free clinic with EOU’s Outdoor Adventure Program, Dec. 1.
Elite designation recognizes commitment to military and veteran students and dedication of resources to ensure their success.
University leaders team up to make an even bigger impact during this global day of generosity. Find out how to get involved!
This nationally known artist’s interest in regionalism led her become curator of the Portland 2016 Biennial of Contemporary Art.
Guest artist Karim Koumbassa joins the 45th Parallel and African Drumming ensembles in concert, November 20.
Visual Art League’s benefit sale features one-of-a-kind works from community members, EOU faculty, alumni and students.
EOU commemorates Veterans Day with a Remembrance Ceremony at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Military Times announces Best for Vets: Colleges 2016 rankings and EOU is on the list of online and nontraditional schools.
We’re celebrating the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide November 16-20 at EOU.
Two faculty members prepare to make their final appearances on the EOU stage in this Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.
Try a new sport, develop technical skills and take advantage of seasonal recreational activities available in eastern Oregon.
New college ranking looks at economic value and finds our alumni are earning more than expected, placing EOU second in the state.
Ryan Dearinger delves into a dark and often-untold part of America’s past in his new book “The Filth of Progress.”
Drop by the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario for an informal reception with EOU President Tom Insko Monday, Nov. 9.
Barbershop owner’s unique project enables patrons to give something back when they have a little – or a lot – taken off the top.