Greetings EOU Students!
If you are interested in joining The Voice team in the fall, check out our most recent published article on employment opportunities and how to apply. If there is a matter you believe could use some attention from one of our reporters, contact Audrey at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please have a wonderful, safe summer, everyone!
–Audrey Eaves, Editor-in-Chief
We are looking to add to our team at The Voice. These positions are open to anyone, with any major, on-campus or remote. We are looking for a photo editor, multiple photographers, and multiple reporters. Students must be in good standing and have a B average. The Voice staff meet multiple times throughout the month […]
Dear EOU Community, We, the members of the 2020-2021 ASEOU Executive Board and Senate, are disappointed and have agrowing lack of trust toward the decision makers at Eastern Oregon University. We are told our voicesmatter but are consistently ignored on decisions that directly affect the student body. Oftentimes, when anissue is raised by the students, […]
The Community’s Response to KEOL The 2020-2021 fiscal year has been rife with changes and challenges that have rocked day-to-day life at EOU. In particular, student activities and clubs have been hit hard. Lower enrollment rates and an ever-shrinking reserve of funds forced the hands of both the Student Fee Committee (SFC) and many unit […]
In the fight against terrorism abroad and illegal immigration within, a dangerous drawback can emerge: xenophobia among the citizens. Suspicion is cast on anyone that looks different from the rest of society, whether it be blacks, Hispanics or Semites. Rabbi Gabriel Lumbroso, a resident of Estacada, a semi-rural town located to the south east […]
Introduction and Outreach Having easy and affordable access to housing is an essential part of any community. Unfortunately, as some residents of Union County may know, accessible housing and associated resources are not always available. Inflation, regulation, a fluctuating materials market, simple miscommunication and any number of factors can cause safe, affordable housing to be […]
(No, Men Did Not Pioneer the Literary World) It is commonly known that women writers often conceal their gender with pseudonyms, from George Eliot to J.K. Rowling, and everyone knows why: the “Big Five” publishing houses (Penguin/Random House; Hachette Book Group; Harper Collins; Simon and Schuster; Macmillan) are, and always have been, male-dominated presses. Scores […]
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