July 10, 2020
Student newspaper of Eastern Oklahoma State College
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 Is it becoming outdated and not needed?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.
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
SKYLER HAMMONS, Staff Writer “I am planning to major in Vertical Engineering. I am trying to dual major with that and Asian Studies. I have always been interested in other
“My biggest challenge [I have faced] would probably be when my father passed away because I haven’t been able to see my sisters. He was in a car wreck when
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,
ERIN WILLIS, Staff Writer The seasons change, and with that skincare should change too. The cold weather can make skin dry and cracked, so the best thing to do is
CHARLES SORRELL, Staff Writer This movie is based off the book “After” by Anna Todd. It is actually very close with the book in portrayal, plot and detail wise. When
BRAEDEN RICHARDSON, Staff Writer E-gaming is a national phenomenon and is starting to enter every school. Eastern Oklahoma State College decided it wanted to join in on it. In the
Jaleah Taylor, Assistant Editor Could you believe the semester is almost done? Time has flown this term, as it will be some of our last moments here at Eastern. In
By JOURNEY DEES-WEST, Staff Writer The beginning of October starts everyone’s favorite holiday season — three months in a row of the best celebrations of the year. ‘‘Tis the season
Should Division I athletes be compensated?