Art Center East invites area musicians to play in group conducted by EOU alumnus Chris Leavitt. The first rehearsal is March 28.
EOU’s Board of Trustees convenes March 30 to determine recommendations for filling board seats that will soon be vacant.
Comedy known for its wordplay surrounding three Victorian women on a chimerical journey opens at EOU in April.
Piotr Florczyk shares his new collection of poems “East & West” and translations April 14 at Pierce Library.
OHSU School of Nursing, EOU Wellness Program team up for event to assist students with paying for RN licensure examinations.
Milburn Holmes, class of ’61, shares his experience as one of the first instructors at the United States Navy Fighter Weapons School.
Young wordsmiths, teachers and parents participate in an annual celebration of student writing March 12 at EOU. Learn more!
Nightingale Gallery presents the first of two senior capstone exhibitions by graduating art majors beginning April 1.
Students share their creative projects from winter term in “Layers Uncovered” on display at Art Center East through March 26.
Fiddle Ensemble opens for 45th Parallel’s winter concert March 10. Donations benefit music activities and scholarships at EOU.
Jodi Varon, professor of English, shares a meditation on violence, absence and shrines during the next colloquium March 10
Business, communications & marketing students are gaining career experience through a national network with big potential.
Experience Donizetti’s sparkling coming of age tale of love and laughter, February 29. Donations support music scholarships.
American Scholastic Press Association awards top scores to student magazine highlighting chemistry, mathematics and psychology.
EOU’s physical activity and health department is helping students, faculty and staff decompress with activities March 2.
University and community members are invited to try out for Monty Python’s irreverent musical comedy March 9.
Bennie Moses-Mesubed takes on new role as commissioner serving Oregon’s Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
Awards announced for “Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition” featuring over 300 works by students from 13 schools.
New atlas documents over 600 Native place names. Meet the authors and contributors at Pierce Library, February 25.
International Dinner & Show features “galactic travel” theme, treating audiences to a tour of different countries instead of planets.