Greetings EOU Students!
We at The Voice are so excited to get things rolling again. Last year, we realized the need to transition to an online format, which will save EOU money and promises broader readership. We hope that we can provide you all with content that helps you in the day-to-day in every area of campus and online life. These are challenging times for everyone and it is our desire to serve and support one another through it. If there is a matter you believe could use some attention from one of our reporters, please contact Audrey at email@example.com. Enjoy your spring break and be ready to rock another amazing term!
–Audrey Rucker-Eaves, Editor-in-Chief
My time at Eastern Oregon University has been nothing short of demanding, from classes, to jobs, to personal matters, you won’t find a lack of responsibilities from me. Something that can ease the pain of each term for me can be found in the EOU Learning Center and Disability Services Office (DSO). Resources for students […]
Walking on the beach here in Tillamook County, Oregon, it is sometimes easy to forget that there is a pandemic or that it has had a devastating effect on tourism and the local economy over the past year. According to a Travel Oregon study from January 2021, spending on travel declined by 58% in 2020 […]
As with many departments at Eastern Oregon University, athletics has not been spared disruption as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Ongoing health concerns and talks with the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) continue to cause shifts with EOU athletics. Fortunately for students and fans, most sporting events, including baseball/softball, cross country, football, lacrosse, track and […]
All across the globe, people have been impacted one way or another this past year by the COVID-19 virus. Months of social separation, canceled events, and numerous life changes that no one could have predicted have affected people to varying degrees. While states have different rules in terms of gatherings and reopenings, it is important […]
In a time where sadness may be the easiest option, positivity still shines brighter. Every day I find a way to continue into the next with a smile. Going outside for a tan, walking several miles with my mom and sister, playing board games, inventing our own games, watching old movies, playing fetch with my […]
Courtney Williams is working away on projects while we are all bored and not knowing what to do with this extra time. Her extra time has been spent on selling products online. This keeps her busy while also making a profit. She started through Facebook and her projects sparked some interest. Williams decided to see […]
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