Opinion: Open Book Exams are Better than Closed Book Exams

Posted on June 4, 2022

Any college student who has opened an exam on Canvas or been given a paper exam in a classroom knows the gut-wrenching feeling of being underprepared, or simply anxious to do well. There are many benefits to open book exams as opposed to closed book exams.  Panicking/Anxiety The problem with closed book exams is that […]

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The Benefits of Studying Without Screens

Posted on March 10, 2022

As students, we are all familiar with the late-night cramming, drinking gallons of coffee to help stay awake until that essay is written, and wondering why we didn’t prepare an outline to help navigate our points. We procrastinate when it comes to reading textbook chapters, furiously trying to take notes in the hopes that we […]

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Body mods and employment: Has the stigma changed?

Posted on January 28, 2022

         I grew up in a world in which tattoos, multiple piercings, and “unusual” haircuts and colors were for bikers, delinquents, “those kind of girls” (and I remember wondering what those kinds of girls were), or kids just trying to thumb their nose at adults and the rest of the world. Kids, or rather teenagers, […]

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Student Fee Committee Unit Survey

Posted on December 24, 2021

Representatives share their thoughts on the SFC  Eastern Oregon University students have several ways of keeping up with the various funded clubs and units on campus, from social media to press releases and even newsletters. For more behind the scenes information, especially on funding and support, the Student Fee Committee maintains an online archive of […]

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Student Fee Committee Unit Survey

Posted on October 27, 2021

Representatives Share their Thoughts on the SFC Eastern Oregon University students have several ways of keeping up with the various funded clubs and units on campus, from social media to press releases and even newsletters. For more behind the scenes information, especially on funding and support, the Student Fee Committee maintains an online archive of […]

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Student Voices Don’t Matter

Posted on June 10, 2021

Dear EOU Community, We, the members of the 2020-2021 ASEOU Executive Board and Senate, are disappointed and have agrowing lack of trust toward the decision makers at Eastern Oregon University. We are told our voicesmatter but are consistently ignored on decisions that directly affect the student body. Oftentimes, when anissue is raised by the students, […]

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Posted on June 3, 2021

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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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How COVID-19 affects me

Posted on April 15, 2020

It’s around late January when I heard about several cases where people were getting sick with symptoms that were similar to the flu, which led me to believe that this whole outbreak was a bad case of influenza. However, it wasn’t long until I heard the details of how the Coronavirus was affecting people around […]

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