Eastern Student Entertainment Goes to National Association for College Activities

Posted on March 31, 2020

“Honestly there was so much talent and acts of all kinds, magicians, artists, musicians, comedians, etc. There was a juggler/comedian who I thought was funny, the magicians were impressive,” shared Hunter Schiess, an Eastern Student Entertainment (ESE) event coordinator. From magicians to musicians, and everything in between, the ESE event coordinators got to witness an […]

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EOU Art Club Collaboration with HQ Event Center for Divergent Exhibition

Posted on March 31, 2020

Eastern Oregon University’s Art Club collaborated with HQ Event Center to host the first off-campus student artist gallery exhibition outside of a class structure. The Divergent Exhibition ran from April 6 to March 6 at HQ on 112 Depot Street in downtown La Grande.  Mary Edwards, senior Art major and active EOU Art Club member, […]

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2020 Regional Highschool Art Exhibition at Nightingale Gallery, Loso Hall EOU

2020 Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition

Posted on March 31, 2020

The Annual High School Art Exhibition at Nightingale Gallery on Eastern Oregon University’s campus hosts numerous works of art from 15 high schools in the surrounding area. Each student can submit up to two works, and all pieces get accepted into the show, thus leading to roughly about 300 artworks in the gallery every year. […]

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Tim Seydel and Lacy Karpilo, Vice Presidents at EOU

How EOU is Tackling COVID-19

Posted on March 31, 2020

Throughout the first few months of 2020, the media and most people’s lives have been consumed by the coronavirus (COVID-19). Colleges across the country are actively trying to figure out how to continue the school year while also keeping students and staff safe. Eastern Oregon University is no different. They’ve been meeting with their Crisis […]

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People Selecting Bowls at the Shelter From the Storm Soup Supper 2020

Shelter From the Storm Soup Dinner

Posted on March 31, 2020

For 22 years, Shelter from the Storm, a nonprofit organization, had been raising money by holding an Annual Soup Supper. This has become one of their main community fundraisers. Shelter from the Storm’s mission is to end the cycle of domestic and sexual violence.  Shelter from the Storm relies heavily on donations and community support […]

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EOU CEAD Conference

CEAD Conference

Posted on March 14, 2020

On Saturday, the 9th annual Celebrate, Educate, Appreciate, Diversity Conference (CEAD) was held at Eastern Oregon University. The main objectives for this conference are for students to learn about power, privilege, biases, and stereotypes while gaining an understanding of differences in backgrounds, beliefs, and perspectives of other students.  Eastern Oregon University invited keynote speaker Dr. […]

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Don’t Wait Until You Graduate to Start Networking

Posted on March 14, 2020

Although you might not be able to land your dream job right out of college, there are a few things you can do while still in school to make it more likely. Networking while you are still a student is one of the best. You can network in person, and definitely should, but there are […]

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Union County Warming Station

Union County: Warming Station Updates

Posted on March 14, 2020

After months of talk, facebook comments, meetings, and planning, the Union County Warming Station is finally moving forward. After originally being approved by the City Planning Commission on October 8, 2019, an appeal of that decision was filed on October 18, 2019. The meeting with the City Council did not happen until the 4th of […]

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The Learning Center Resources

Posted on March 14, 2020

The Learning Center in upstairs Loso Hall  is not just a place to buy paper and print assignments; it is a helpful resource in navigating and assisting with the workload in any kind of class. Ryan Scariano, the tutor coordinator, and Kathryn Shorts, director of student success and transition, continue to let students know one […]

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The Voice EOU Men's Head Baseball Coach Mike McInerney

Baseball is Back

Posted on March 14, 2020

Mike McInerney was hired for head coach of Eastern Oregon University’s baseball team. Building a new program at a competitive university in his home state, Oregon, was the big draw in for McInerney. He wanted to help continue keeping players in the Northwest and knew the community would support having baseball back at EOU.  For […]

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EOU The Voice Women's Lacrosse Head Coach Monica Plut

Lacrosse is Hitting the Field

Posted on March 14, 2020

Coming from Colorado, Monica Plut has been hired as the head coach of the EOU Women’s Lacrosse Team. She is more than excited to bring lacrosse to the university. EOU will be the second National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics school to have a women’s lacrosse team. She is currently getting her master’s degree in sports […]

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The Fourth Annual Renaissance Feast

Posted on March 14, 2020

On the evening of February 14 and February 15, the EOU Theater Department put on their fourth annual Renaissance Feast. It was two nights of Shakespeare, Renaissance costumes and decorations, as well as delicious food that you ate with your hands. At the beginning of the nights, the court jester announced the rules: eating without […]

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The Creation of a Mural in the Multicultural Center and the Value of Public Art Projects

Posted on March 14, 2020

The Multicultural Center at EOU is a space where everyone is welcome and can use any of the resources available: printing, tables, chairs, computers, and assistance from student workers. To continue to capture the motto of welcoming everyone, Bennie Moses-Mesubed and Susan Murrell decided a mural designed by the Multicultural Center, Art Department, and EOU […]

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Pacific Island Students Struggles at EOU

Posted on March 14, 2020

Out of the 3,067 students that registered for Fall Term at Eastern Oregon University, a little over 100 of those students are from the Pacific Islands. Students in the Pacific Islands are a “target population” for recruitment, according to Bennie Moses-Mesubed, the Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion. The recruitment process is very similar to […]

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EOU Imaging Indigenous Resistance Show at Nightingale Gallery

Imaging Indigenous Resistance

Posted on March 14, 2020

November is known as Native American Heritage Month, also known as American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month. This month is known for celebrating all the rich and diverse culture, traditions, and history of Native American culture. November is also a great time to educate others on the different experiences and struggles these groups of […]

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