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vogue

Art Center East is currently holding its third annual Fiber and Jewelry art show. It has been open for several weeks now and will continue to remain open to the public well into March. For this event, artists were asked to pick a photograph out of Vogue and use it as inspiration for a piece […]

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Triple Digits
02/8/19
BBall

The EOU Women’s Basketball team took the court against the Walla Walla Wolves. Home court advantage and a 19 game winning streak sent them good vibes while they were on the court the night of the 26th of January. There was a big crowd supporting the players late that Saturday night, hoping for another win […]

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native amaerican alaska

Artist and adventurer, Nina Elder, visited EOU on January 23 and gave a thrilling talk about displacement, piles of rocks, and mines. Put simply, she is curious about where we are as a species, where we have been, and where we are going. She spoke of her travels to Alaska and the things that she […]

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Sports
The Sixteenth
01/29/19
womens BB

This is the sixteenth win in a row for the Eastern Oregon University’s Women’s Basketball Team. With starting five on the court, Maya Ah You Dias, Maren Herrud, Madison Crews, Beverly Slater, and Emma Logan, the tip-off was ours. Immediately Ah You Dias took it to the basket and the game was on. Within just […]

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Arts
Kory Quin add

Upon entering Ten Depot on the evening of January 17, the first thing you notice is the smell. It is not overpowering, but it’s strong enough to tell you that you’re in for a treat. The second thing you notice is the strumming of guitars over the swelling chorus of people. A color changing light […]

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Sports
evergreen

  This past Friday, EOU’s mens basketball team faced Northwest in an intense double overtime game. The game was played here at Quinn Coliseum. The ending score turned out to be 77-93. The game was really close, until it came down to the wire. That’s when EOU eventually closed it out and won the game. […]

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