Addition of women’s wrestling, reinstatement of men’s wrestling was announced Monday with program set to begin this fall.
Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort general manager shares his “skiing lifestyle” and how he connects his passions with a career.
Professor Kelly Rice gives presentation on connecting your passions with professional pursuits Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Educator, writer, actor and social activist Ron Jones gives workshop and feature comedy presentation February 13.
Join fellow colleges and universities in the state of Oregon at Lane Community College for #OHESC16 Feb. 4-5.
Nightingale Gallery rings in 2016 with a solo exhibition of paintings by Pendleton artist Nika Blasser opening January 8.
EOU receives $25,000 grant to create new prevention program for middle school youth in La Grande beginning January 4.
EOU’s main campus in La Grande will be closed during the holidays beginning Dec. 21 and will reopen Dec. 28.
Students who submit their applications by February 15 may be eligible to win a $1,000 OSAC Early Bird scholarship.
Graduating EOU seniors connect with alumni, university leadership and workforce development partners during recent event.
Political science professor releases new study estimating economic impact of 2015 Oregon Brewers Festival at $30.2 million.
See “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” a one-act opera composed by Gian Carlo Menotti, December 11-13.
Student 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.