• Women’s History Month
    Sally Ride. Photo by NASA March is Women’s History Month! Declared by Congress in 1987, Women’s History Month is meant to highlight and celebrate the often unrecognized contributions that women have made to American society throughout history. The Voice has taken the first two weeks of March to research and write about eleven remarkable women […]
  • Budget Tips for College Students
    Picture by Moses McAninch Make A BudgetCreating a budget can be difficult with a small income, but it is still important! The first step to making a budget is to be honest with yourself about what you spend. Look at your bank account and write down all your recurring expenses and anything else you have […]
  • “Name That Tune”
    Pictures by Kenzie Whaley On February 10th and 11th, Eastern Oregon University students brought popular music from across the decades to life in their performance, “Name That Tune.” The show consisted of high-energy song and dance performances of tunes across the decades. From Dolly Parton to Carlos Santana, and Neil Diamond to Ed Sheeran, there […]
  • What are the Winter Blues?
    Photo by Moses McAninch What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Seasonal affective disorder, also known as SAD or seasonal depression, is a form of depression that responds to the changing of seasons. According to the American Psychiatric Association, about 5% of adults in the U.S. suffer from SAD, with symptoms lasting roughly 40% of the year. […]
  • Mental Health Resources for EOU Students in 2023
    Picture by Alyson Yates The first day I spoke with Dr. Marianne Weaver, licensed psychologist and Director of the Eastern Oregon University Counseling Center, a gust of wind howled sharply outside the window situated over my computer desk. It was a dark and blustery afternoon in the Oregon high desert — typical during these long, […]
  • From the Palauan Islands to the Eastern Oregon Frontier
    Interview and photo by Grace Shirk  This is Jemilee Siliang’s first year at EOU. Jemilee, a junior, is originally from Palau. Palau is a small, remote island nation in the western Pacific Ocean, surrounded by marine habitats and a widely biodiverse barrier reef.  Meanwhile, here in Eastern Oregon, in the throes of the dark winter, […]
  • Bewildered Exhibition Shows at Nightingale Gallery
    Picture by Alyson Yates The newest exhibition at EOU’s Nightingale Gallery, Bewildered, features the work of northwest artists M. Acuff, Renee Couture, and Carolyn Hopkins. Viewed as a collective, the exhibition explores the artists’ shifting relationship to the land during an era of dramatic environmental change, and the feelings of dependence, vulnerability, reciprocity, and stewardship […]
  • Tuition, Fees and Room-and-Board Rate Increases Approved for EOU
    Photo by EOU The past two and half years have been a financial and mental struggle for individuals and institutions alike. Eastern Oregon University along with students, staff and faculty are no exception. Ongoing economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic has, despite the best efforts of administrators, continued to strain EOU financially. In particular, tuition […]

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