The 1-Up Game Club host its “Futures in Gaming” Symposium at 6 p.m. on May 17.
Alumni, students and community members are invited to attend EOU’s first-ever Blue and Gold Weekend May 16-18.
Cottonwood Crossing Summer Institute, a week-long residential field study, runs June 16-21 and is accepting applications.
Trustees reviewed a potential contract with The Learning House and heard from an expert on PERS solutions at their regular meeting.
Theresa Hamman will read from her chapbook, “All Those Lilting Tongues,” at Le Bebe Cakes on April 20 as part of The Carl and Sandra Ellston Ars Poetica Literary Lecture Series.
Retired chair of EOU’s art department Judd Koehn shares memories of his colleagues.
Documentary filmmaker Skye Fitzgerald, ’93, will speak at commencement in La Grande this June.
EOU hosts its first home meet on the brand-new track March 16, and the event begins with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Trustees reviewed key metrics in the strategic plan and prepared for the upcoming budget season during their winter meeting.
Hundreds of vocalists and musicians gather around a brand-new concert grand piano on Dec. 1 and 2 for the Holiday Music Festival.
Nov. 27 marks Giving Tuesday, when EOU alumni and stakeholders share why they support the EOU Foundation.
Three new members make their debut at the year’s first Board of Trustees meeting Nov. 15.
Alumni, students, fans and friends of EOU celebrate all things blue and gold Oct. 18 to 21 in La Grande.
At $1 million, the Jean and Denver Ginsey Scholarship is the largest gift to the EOU Foundation by a living donor in the university’s history.
The official ribbon-cutting ceremony takes place before the coin toss at 6 p.m. Saturday in Community Stadium.
EOU will hold two commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Saturday, June 16 in Quinn Coliseum.
Stakeholders, alumni and student-athletes attended the ceremony May 5.
Three trustees were honored May 24, as the board discussed rural engagement at its last meeting of the academic year.
The $2.9 million Building Champions campaign promises to dramatically improve the stadium and track, but the project still has about $800,000 to raise before fall sports kick-off.
Construction will begin this week on the Stadium-Track Project, providing major upgrades to Community Stadium and the campus track and field facilities.