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Spring has sprung

EOU garden club making leaps and bounds By Kendra Johnson Contributing Writer If you were to look at the trapezoidal-shaped plot of land on the east side of…

Into the Liger’s den

Sustainability? By Courtney Millsap Advertising Manager A year ago, I was part of the majority of students at EOU; I was apathetic about everything and anything going on…

Isolato

Spring and sexy forms By William Bowman Contributing Columnist Cotton balls have stretched themselves across the skies.   A distant lawnmower purrs as grass strokes its blade.  …

EOU Wellness Fair

By Tiffany Wiley Contributing Writer The Student Health Center hosted the first annual EOU Wellness Fair Wednesday, April 9. The Fair was in response to National Public Health…

Arts and Entertainment

I’ll see you on the Dark Side of the Moon

EOU’s Pink Floyd album performance By Courtney Millsap Contributing Writer Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of…

Working in black

(and sometimes very, very grey) By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor For three years…

Tomas Transtromer

Poet, pianist, peacemaker By William Bowman Contributing Writer When I read a poet’s stuff, I…

One From Many

By Courtney Millsap Contributing Writer Portland band One From Many made their second trip to…

Opinion and Editorials

  • Bound to Earth

    Please don’t speak for me By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor Hello, readers, and happy April! You may not be aware of [...]

  • Anobe Poetry

    Friendships By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor “I would rather walk with a friend in the dark, than alone in the light.” [...]

  • Pronounced: No-Bull

    I am woman By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief Did you do a double take at the title this time? I know; it’s kind of [...]

President Davies Tweets!

Sports

EOU drops double-header to SOU

Raiders triumphant at Peggy Anderson Field By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief The visiting Southern Oregon University Raiders nearly put on a softball clinic in Saturday’s double-header on April 12…

Albertson’s War VII

Three for qualify for Nationals By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief The Mountaineer track and field team continued their successful season at the Albertson’s War VII, hosted by the Community…

Point forward

Coach Barrett looks back on season and into the future By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor When asked about how this year’s basketball season went, men’s basketball…

A dozen reason to love EOU sports

All-American track stars By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief On March 6, the best track and field stars in the NAIA came together to prove which team and which individuals…

Cinema La Grande

Divergent

Dystopian with a twist By Kendra johnson Contributing Writer “Divergent,” a young-adult novel written by a brand new up and coming…

Captain America:The Winter Soldier

By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor Stan Lee has once again amazed and entertained audiences around the world with the…