Daniela Molnar’s art and work argues for the animacy and sanctity of all beings. Learn more about her current projects March 9.
Midterms and finals got you straining? Decompress with games and find your “chill zone” at second annual campus event.
Junior exhibition marks significant step on path of six artists. Opening reception is Friday at Art Center East!
Each year students from around the world collaborate to produce this event celebrating their cultures. Don’t miss it February 25!
Students in grades three through 12 are invited to register for annual conference for young writers March 11.
Importance of higher education, and EOU’s unique role and successes emphasized at budget “roadshow” hearing.
Art display supports regional students and recognizes teachers with reception and awards presentation Friday.
Limited number of tickets available to attend interactive experience highlighting hunger issues in America February 15.
EOU Foundation President Mike Allstott announces fundraising milestone for the foundation and Eastern Fund in 2016.
As a partner college, EOU students eligible for DACA can qualify for scholarship funding through TheDream.US. Apply by March 8!
Fundraising event for Union County families invites you to “move your feet to give others heat” during Walk for Warmth February 11.
Joshua Rivedal’s one-man, Broadway style play features education session, panel discussion on suicide, mental health and diversity.
Anthropology and economics degrees awarded best value rankings with EOU overall among top 10 online colleges in Oregon.
Tune in to EOU’s “musical forecast” featuring songs about the four seasons February 3-4.
Health promotion specialist takes on topics like college life, relationships and substance use January 30-31.
Celebrate, Educate and Appreciate Diversity Conference February 18 features national speakers and is free for EOU students.
Eastern Oregon Backcountry Festival returns for fifth fun-filled weekend celebrating winter recreation, January 20-22.
Two area businesses are bolstering music scholarships and annual performances through pledges to the EOU Foundation.
Successful activity program continues in La Grande, expands to Baker Middle School.
Multicultural Center marks Martin Luther King Junior Day with coat drive and film showing, January 16