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Pierce Library: a wealth of knowledge

By Courtney Millsap Contributing Writer As winter term ends, and finals week approaches, Pierce Library extends their hours to closing at midnight Monday through Thursday of dead week and Sunday…

Pronounced: No-Bull

I’m still standing By Rory Noble Editor-in-Chief You know that feeling you sometimes get when it seems everything is going wrong and you may never come out on top? I…

Anobe Poetry

Relax and breath By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor Have you ever felt like the world around you is spiraling out of control and there is little to nothing…

Bound to Earth

Not-eternal wisdom By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor I think everyone at EOU can agree that we are all in need of a break from school. Of my nearly…

Isolato

Be here now By William Bowman Contributing Columnist   Half-moon like a sallow lemon slice. Hay bales like grain-field cinnamon rolls. Electrical sockets like surprised faces. I was shocked to…

Into the liger’s den

Be safe, think! By Courtney Millsap Advertising Manager      What is private and what is not? Today, in modern society, we are faced with all sorts of networks that…

Make yourself a priority

Student Health 101 By Ashton Porter Some students feel they don’t have the time for self-care, or that they’re being self-absorbed by turning their attention away from their studies, friends…

How to make the most of your morning

Student Health 101 By Megan Rodogna In a recent Student Health 101 survey, nearly 40 percent of respondents said they’re naturally “night owls.” At the same time, more than 80…

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