Upperclassmen shared their creative, scholarly work with the community May 23 in Loso Hall.
Oregon’s Higher Education Coordinating Commission submitted its unanimous vote to the legislature this week, commending EOU’s achievement of financial sustainability.
The first Oregon school to compete at the ACUI nationals, EOU placed 6th in Sporting Clays.
The Oregon Library Association recognized EOU librarian Shirley Roberts, selected from more than 1,000 members.
The revamped program offers students more choice than ever at EOU.
A trio of art students showcase their capstone work starting May 11 in the Nightingale Gallery.
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.
Heather Swan will read from her most recent collection, “Where the Bees Thrive: Stories from the Field,” on May 10 in Zabel Hall.
Gov. Brown spent time with EOU students and signed two important documents during her stop in La Grande.
The Rita Monahan Wellness Event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., on May 5 at Dorion Park.
EOU earned designation as a Tree Campus USA for the second consecutive year. Leaders will celebrate the honor at 10 a.m., April 27 by the flagpole.
The annual book sale helps fund events and trainings coordinated by Student Advocates for Gender Equality (SAGE) and the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC).
Construction will begin this week on the Stadium-Track Project, providing major upgrades to Community Stadium and the campus track and field facilities.
On-campus, online or at a regional site, all EOU students have access to expert, compassionate guides as they navigate the path to funding their education.
Oregon’s newest long-distance hike, the 750-mile Oregon Desert Trail, will be on display April 25.
Budget decisions and proposed building projects occupied EOU’s governing board at its April 12 meeting.
Students in the Navigators Club at Eastern Oregon University present the annual Island Magic Lu’au and Show on April 21.
Elementary and middle school students from Ontario and Nyssa schools look forward to an all-day science workshop April 14 on campus.
Next week’s Board meeting will cover university tuition rates, upcoming capital projects and OPM evaluation, among other topics.
The Portland Jazz Composers’ Ensemble celebrates multicultural communities in Oregon on their “From Maxville to Vanport” tour, premiering April 12 at EOU.