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Spring Powwow provides a spirited time

Spring Powwow provides a spirited time

By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor Things were festive for attendants of the Indian Arts Festival Spring Festival on May 16-17. Friday in particular was a day brimming with energy as the first Grand Entry started at 7 p.m. in Quinn Coliseum.   Even from a distance,…

History of Eastern Oregon University

KEOL; 40 years on the air By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief Music has changed greatly over the past 40 years. The many different musical genres available for public consumption in 2014 when compared to 1973 seem huge. One thing that hasn’t changed very much in that time is EOU’s…

A monster? No, a god.

Godzilla movie review By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor La Grande’s Granada Theater opened the doors to the remake of “Godzilla” on May 16. 2014. The highly anticipated remake of Japan’s favorite monster delivered in one of his best battles, even if he was a little camera…

Les Misérables: the musical

A feast for all the senses By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor EOU’s Kenneth Wheeler and the…

Indian Arts Festival 2014

An event not to miss By Courtney Millsap Contributing Writer The Indian Arts Festival and Powwow has been…

Local music review

Music for the masses: Cramebroolay and Killstreak Katie By Rory Noble Music Reviewer   Stepping out of one’s…

Mixed-up people

“Three Changes” is a potent mixture of comedy and drama By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor The…

The Amazing Spider-man 2

Electro needs hugs By Tiffany Wiley Contributing Writer The “Amazing Spider-Man 2” came out May 2 and soared…

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