Eastern Statesman

Student newspaper of Eastern Oklahoma State College

“X” is a disturbingly effective horror movie

By CULLEN MURRIN, Staff Writer I recently watched the movie “X” at the theater, and it was deeply disturbing. It follows a group of filmmakers as they set out to

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OPINION: A little venting

By CULLEN MURRIN, Staff Writer I’ve been a movie lover all my life, which has led to my desire to make movies of my own. It is constantly on my

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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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OPINION: COVID sets yet another limitation on graduation guests

By ALI LEDING, Staff Writer Eastern Oklahoma State College has been accepting and teaching students for years. Each year, a couple of hundred students graduate from Eastern with their associate’s

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Overall, my experience has been good with the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine

By KRIMSON FOLLOWILL, Staff Writer On Tuesday, March 30, the Oklahoma Department of Health visited Eastern’s Wilburton campus to administer free COVID-19 vaccinations. The two-dose Moderna vaccines were available to

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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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The sea of stress and how to keep swimming

By Krimson Followill, Staff Writer Whether a student lives on or off-campus, there is surely some stress that comes along with continuing their education and starting a new chapter in their

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Inauguration day: America’s new age?

By Jameson Coleman, Staff Writer “This is our historic moment of crisis and challenge, and unity is the path forward. And, we must meet this moment as the United States

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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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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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