• The H20 Show

    The H20 Show

    As the winter months begin, the days ahead can seem dreary and dark. Snow begins to pile on the roads, and the clouds block out the sun, eliminating any thoughts of the glories of summer. Eastern Oregon University strives to make campus a safe and exciting  environment for its students during these months. The school…

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  • Peter Wordelman voted EOU’s educator of the year

    Peter Wordelman is currently an esteemed professor and has been so since 1991. In his 32 years of teaching, he has been a mentor to hundreds, if not thousands, of students.  After graduating with his master’s and doctorate at the age of 26 from the University of Arizona, Wordelman applied to over 65 music teaching…

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  • Opposites Attract

    Opposites Attract

    The EOU Chamber Choir and Music Department announces the production, “Opposites Attract”, that will be performed at McKenzie Theatre on Friday, January 31, at 7:00 pm, and Saturday, February 1, at 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Guest Choreographers are Billy Rugh and Michelle Benton. Tickets are available for purchase at Red Cross Drugs, EOU Bookstore,…

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  • The Jack Maybe Project

    The Jack Maybe Project

      On March 14, 2019, The Jack Maybe Project performed live at Ten Depot at 7 p.m. The Jack Maybe Project is currently on a tour around Oregon with a few stops in Washington along the way. Their next stop will be in Portland on March 20. The Jack Maybe Project is made up of…

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  • Kory Quinn Performance

    Kory Quinn Performance

    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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