Recent NEWS

SBA SPRING PLANS

When I was young my mother taught me, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”. I thought that she was just saying this so I would actually read, which was an extremely rare occurrence. However, this metaphor helped me understand not to prejudge something, someone, or someplace and miss the beauty behind it. As a […]

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EOU BACK COUNTRY FESTIVAL

The annual Eastern Oregon Backcountry Festival was held February 26-28th. The event involved raffles, silent auctions, food, and beer to raise funds for the Wallowa Avalanche Center. The Festival kicked off Friday night at the Art Center in La Grande with the Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival. Some of the short films shown included […]

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A CAMPUS SAFETY CONCERN

At the last Board of Trustees meeting, Director of Student Relations Colleen Dunne-Cascio  stated that Eastern Oregon University had earned an award for being ranked fifth in the nation for campus safety and security. A board member responded to this claim with, “For the kind of world we’re in, that’s an incredible marketing piece for […]

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LA GRANDE’S FIRST EVEN POLAR BEAR PLUNGE

The Polar Bear Plunge took place at Morgan Lake at 10:00 A.M. as six individuals ranging from ages  10 to 50 braved the cold water and gusts of wind. The people from Parks and Rec were in charge of the event, and had a few volunteers from the EOU Outdoor Adventure Program help out as […]

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Recent SPORTS

MOUNTIES CLOSE INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD SEASON

            February 13 marked the last meet for Eastern Oregon University’s Track and Field Team, before the Indoor National Championships which will take place in Johnson City, Tennessee March 3- 5. Six Mountaineers made marks that are taking them to Nationals, including junior Rachel Roelle, junior Nic Maszk, freshman Jabari […]

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Lady Mountaineers Dominate Weekend Games

                         (Left) Donniesha Webber passes to a teammate. (Right) Maddeline Laan shot a career high 27 points on February 6th.    The (RV) Eastern Oregon University women’s hoops team used a dominant effort on the glass and dished out 23 assists en route to […]

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Indoor Track and Field Building Momentum

Junior Harley McBride cleared 1.66 meters registering for NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships. Freshman Jebari Cumberbatch captured first place in the 60m dash, and six Mountaineers on the Eastern Oregon University track & field team registered personal records at the Portland Indoor Invitational (last) Thursday evening. On the slate of The House of Track, Cumberbatch […]

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Recent ARTS

BOOK SIGNING WITH HISTORY PROFESSOR

  By University Advancement Book talk & signing with EOU history professor set for March 4 Ryan Dearinger will share selections from his new book “The Filth of Progress: Immigrants, Americans and the Building of Canals and Railroads in the West,” Friday, March 4 at Looking Glass Books. In his latest work published by University […]

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THEATER PROGRAM BRINGS KING LEAR TO LIFE

The Eastern Oregon University Theatre Program put on the production of King Lear, written by William Shakespeare February, 11-20. The play was directed by Grant Turner and starred many EOU students.   Shakespeare’s King Lear displayed many themes including madness, corruption, and betrayal. The way that the play was presented to the audience made these […]

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Outdoor Events

Snowshoe Tour To Angell Basin in the Elkhorns, Saturday, Feb. 6th A scenic snowshoe tour of Angell Basin from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 6th.   No prior snowshoe experience is necessary and equipment rentals are FREE for EOU students through the OAP.   To sign up for the trip stop by the […]

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HOTLINE MEME

Every day, thousands of songs are uploaded to the Internet. Some are nothing more than kids in their bedrooms covering the latest pop songs, or hip hop beats they’ve created with GarageBand. Others are tracks from your favorite local bands or artists trying to make a name for themselves in the abyss that is the […]

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About: The Voice is the Eastern Oregon University’s autonomous student-ran newspaper — free of any censorship from the University. The content within The Voice does not reflect the views or opinions of Eastern Oregon University administration, faculty or staff. The Voice and its staff operates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, nationality, marital status, age or disability. The Voice acts as a safe working and learning environment for all students.

Contact: Email: thevoice@eou.edu
Phone: (541) 786-7613
Editor-in-chief: Alyssa Sutton
Editors: Michael Cooney, Johnny Fulfer, Larissa Quintana

DISCLAIMER: The Voice does not reflect the views or opinions of Eastern Oregon University administration, faculty or staff.