Artist and activist shares work at EOU


LA GRANDE — Artist Daniela Molnar will visit Eastern Oregon University’s campus to give a public talk about her work. Presented by EOU’s art department, the discussion will cover Molnar’s advocacy for the “sanctity of all beings,” according to a press release. Molnar works in a range of art forms, including painting, art direction, design, writing and collaborative poetry and […]

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“Don’t Blink” pop-up exhibition features works by recent art grad

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A pop-up exhibition of works by local artist and recent Eastern Oregon University graduate Erica Hitzman, of Pendleton, is coming to the gallery at 103 Fir St. in the Sac Annex next to Earth and Vine. A showcase of Hitzman’s recent studio progress, the exhibit comprises acrylic paintings on un-stretched un-treated canvas featuring a spilling technique in combination with detached […]

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Biology professor shares study of drongo behavior


Dr. Laura Mahrt, associate professor of biology, is the guest for the next colloquium at Eastern Oregon University on Thursday. Her presentation on the “Behaviors of Drongos in Mixed Foraging Flocks in Southern India” begins at 4 p.m. in Ackerman Hall, Room 210. Light refreshments will be provided and the event will be streamed at Mahrt is a herpetologist with specialization in […]

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Slaughter recognized for vocal talent


LA GRANDE — Lanetta Paul and Friends will present a concert of Christmas tunes at 3 p.m. Dec. 11 that features this year’s Don & Lanetta Paul Music Scholarship recipient. Aubrey Slaughter, a sophomore at Eastern Oregon University, said she’s been singing since she joined the third-grade choir. She quickly fell in love with it, and that passion remains with her […]

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Memoirist speaks at EOU


LA GRANDE — Jerry McGill, of Portland, author of the acclaimed memoir, “Dear Marcus: A Letter to the Man Who Shot Me,” is giving a lecture and reading June 23 at Eastern Oregon University. McGill’s talk starts at 1 p.m. in Room 148 of Badgley Hall, and his reading follows in the same room at 7:30 p.m. McGill is a […]

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Figuratively speaking: EOU senior art show

Madeline Royce's piece is one of about 15 items in the Figuratively Speaking exhibition at EOU.

Five students at Eastern Oregon University are currently being featured in the Nightingale Gallery for the second senior exhibition of the year, “Figuratively Speaking.” Victoria Davis, Sheyenne Johnson, Donni Later and Madeline Royce, of La Grande, and Erica Hitzman, of Pendleton, will showcase some of their work through May 6. According to Cory Peeke, who manages the Nightingale Gallery in Loso […]

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