Eastern Statesman

Student newspaper of Eastern Oklahoma State College

Investigative Journalism: Dying or Just Changing?

SKYLER HAMMONS, Staff Writer Is investigative journalism a dying career? Is it becoming outdated and not needed?  The answer is no; the game of investigative journalism is just simply changing.

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Student Support Services Visit The Capitol for TRiO Day

MORGAN ARLEDGE, Staff Writer Eastern Oklahoma State College’s TRiO program participated in TRiO Day at the State Capitol on Feb. 19th 2020. TRiO is a program on campus that helps

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Books To Read During Quarantine

REMUS MARTIN, Editor The Coronavirus (COVID-19) happened quickly, which forced us into social distancing, self-quarantine and serious quarantine. At first, you think that now you can catch up on things

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Coronarvirus (COVID-19) Updates & Information

EOSC NEWS RELEASE Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Page In an abundance of caution and following recent guidance by the Centers for Disease Control, Eastern Oklahoma State College will take the following

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Lady Mountaineers Finish The Season

ALI LEDING, Staff Writer Feb. 27 was the Lady Mountaineers basketball game against Northeastern A&M at 5:30pm. The starters for the game were Tijanae Simmons, Deja Williams, Kenzie Ezekiel, Jaylann

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Paul Mitchell Celebrates 40 Year Anniversary With Limited Edition Box

ERIN WILLIS, Staff Writer Paul Mitchell is a staple of affordable high end hair products. With a whole line dedicated to many different things there’s a product for every issue.

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Spring Scholarship Application Deadline

REMUS MARTIN, Editor Every Spring, Eastern Oklahoma State College’s scholarship for the next academic year deadline is Feb. 21 by 5:00pm. These scholarships students apply for are from the college;

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Eastern Dedicates New Facility to Former Coach

REMUS MARTIN, Editor On Jan. 24, Eastern Oklahoma State College held a ceremony to dedicate the new training facility to former track and field coach Glen Stone.  The coach was

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Why I Choose to Commute

LOGAN LINDLEY, Staff Writer To commute or not commute, that is the question faced by many newly enrolled college students. Both decisions of whether to live on campus in a

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The Virtues of Classical Music

LOGAN LINDLEY, Staff Writer Without a doubt, classical and orchestral music does not receive the praise it deserves. Not only did these genres of music create the art of music,

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