Tunes by Miles Davis, Thelonius Monk and other composers will feature in the May 31 concert.
Students from every discipline across campus will present their work at the annual Spring Symposium on May 22.
The Nightingale Gallery opens its last exhibition of the year on May 24.
This term, 20 students are learning about marketing and advertising in an innovative new course called TheAgency@EOU.
The art and literary journal will hold several events this month to celebrate its 2019 release.
Student-athletes, local teacher and EOU President Tom Insko will read to children in Pierce Library on May 2.
The College of Business will offer a bachelor’s degree in accounting starting this fall.
EOU will raise the Tree Campus USA flag for the third year running on April 26 to recognize Arbor Day with a ceremony on campus.
Four senior art students show their work in the Nightingale Gallery, opening April 26 and running through May 10.
Trustees reviewed a potential contract with The Learning House and heard from an expert on PERS solutions at their regular meeting.
Retired chair of EOU’s art department Judd Koehn shares memories of his colleagues.
The Board of Trustees meets April 11 to discuss online partnership and grant-funded programs.
Marshallese poet and performance artist Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner presents her writing April 9 at 7:30 in Badgley Hall’s Huber Auditorium.
EOU offers one of the only fully online undergraduate computer science degrees, starting in fall 2020.
EOU Trustees met for a special meeting to consider a potential partnership with Learning House.
Co-owners of Chaves Consulting will speak to students and entrepreneurs at 6 pm on March 7 at the Fire House Museum in downtown La Grande.
Lyle Schwarz directed “The Elephant Man” back in 1984, and he’s returned to produce it again in the theatre that bears his name.
High school artists from across the region earned awards for their work, which is on display in the Nightingale Gallery through March 15
The jazz ensemble holds its winter concert on March 8 in Groth Recital Hall. Admission is free.
Thomas Madden’s posthumous collection of poems, edited and published by students, launches Feb. 23.