Eastern Statesman

Student newspaper of Eastern Oklahoma State College

Your father wants a new son: local short film review

By Jameson Coleman, Staff Writer As someone who enjoys watching plenty of short films, whether that be films with the budget of a blockbuster or ones made in a friend’s

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Voyage of artistic expression: why Current Joys’ latest album is worth feeling

By Jameson Coleman, Staff Writer The ramblings of a dying adolescent have now transcended into the sunset swelling sounds of Current Joys’ new record, Voyager. Front man Nick Rattigan started

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Review: Fruits Basket enters its final season and is a rollercoaster of a series

By JAYCEE HAMPTON, Staff Writer Fruits Basket is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Natsuki Takaya. Streaming on Funimation, the romance anime is bound to take you through

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Eastern Music carrying on with its Spring Concert plans; April 27 recital date set

By ALI LEDING, Staff Writer This semester at Eastern Oklahoma State College has been the closest to a normal semester the college has seen since COVID-19 shut everything down in

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Once in a lifetime: Sundance film festival

Jameson Coleman, Staff Writer TULSA — Experiencing movies in the theater may be hard to come by in today’s climate. Whether you’re an avid movie buff or just someone with

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Opinion: Culture Vultures — Canceling the classics

By Krimson Followill, Staff Writer In today’s times, many people are outraged by most things that have existed forever. This so-called ‘cancel culture’ has become so prevalent and makes headlines

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Music Department gets new Director – Brian Harris

By Ali Leding, Staff Writer Eastern Oklahoma State College recently hired a new Music Director, Brian Harris. While Harris is new to Eastern, he brings in many years of experience

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Meats judging team places 2nd in Judging Contest

EOSC Release LARAMIE, Wyo. — The Eastern Oklahoma State College meats judging team placed 2nd in the Mountain West Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest A Division in Laramie, Wyo., on Jan. 17.

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Column: High School and college share a lot but have quite a few differences

By Randi Riley, Staff Writer High school and college, in some aspects, are very similar. Depending on the college one decides to attend, they might see some familiar faces ranging

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