Dead Waves and Deaf Ears

Posted on May 26, 2021

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 […]

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Racism in America: A Sephardic Rabbi’s Perspective

Posted on May 26, 2021

  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 […]

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Housing Matters Union County

Posted on May 26, 2021

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 […]

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Join Our Team!

Posted on May 12, 2021

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 […]

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The Ancient Woman’s Contribution to Literature

Posted on May 12, 2021

(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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Get Your Vaccines Against COVID-19, Mountaineers!

Posted on May 12, 2021

This time last year, the world was facing the beginning months of the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses, families, and schools were undergoing changes that were challenging and unprecedented. This year, vaccines for the virus are being distributed worldwide and many are comforted by this new layer of protection. People in Oregon who are ages 16 and […]

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SFC Minutes

Posted on May 12, 2021

Shortcomings and Options for Students Whether someone is looking to have fun times, take care of their health, gain work experience or broaden their cultural knowledge, the various clubs and activities on campus are an integral part of what makes EOU student life unique and enjoyable. But, despite their importance, funding and support for campus […]

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Challenge Racism Through Appreciation and Celebration

Posted on May 12, 2021

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPIHM), and while we learn about ways we can celebrate the Asian-American community, we must also educate ourselves on the discrimination that has taken place so that we can actively fight against Anti-Asian hate and racism.  EOU proudly celebrates diversity and learning how we can  promote […]

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