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Anobe Poetry

Bite Me By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor Given everything that has been happening here at EOU and the regular stresses of an average student’s time, I think all…

Pronounced: No-Bull

No apologies By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief Has anyone read the most recent minutes from the Student Fee Committee meeting available on the ASEOU Orgsync page? And by recent, I mean…

Bound to Earth

Defying fatigue By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor A year ago, I was enamored with this school. I had more friends than I had ever had in my life.…

Isolato

For Caleb, Lydia, Axelshaft, Trever and Zach By William Bowman Contributing Columnist Stenard Gardens is a tranquil place to brunch and stretch. When hornets aren’t crawling on your lips and…

Into the Liger’s den

Heroes By Courtney Millsap Advertising Manager “Heroes are not giant statues framed against a red sky. They are people who say: ‘This is my community, and it is my responsibility…

Pizza with Jay and Bob

Rainy days for EOU ahead By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor More than 100 students attended Pizza with Bob on May 7. A majority of the students were upset…

ASEOU Election Results

Sabastiani wins By The Voice Staff Results from the 2014 ASEOU elections were released Monday afternoon. Philip Sebastiani defeated incumbent Evan Bryan by a vote of 96 to 83 to…

Letters to the Editor

To the editor, A Call to Action: Cuts to programs are imminent. People will lose jobs. What’s left? EOU’s greatest asset: a student body that is resourceful, imaginative and indomitable!…

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