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Campus News PASS CLUB

November 13, 2012

Has your club elected officers? Please contact the Mass Comm Department to

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set up a picture for the

11/19 Seminole State College @EOSC 6 p.m.

newspaper or

11/29 Northern-Tonkawa @EOSC 6 p.m.

for the yearbook: Kristen Turner

1/4/13 Talihina @ Wilburton - 6:30 p.m. 1/24 Connors @ EOSC 6 p.m. 1/25 Hartshorne @ Wilburton 6:30 p.m. 2/1 Heavener @ Wilburton 6:30 p.m. 2/7 Carl Albert @ EOSC 6 p.m. 2/18 Redlands @ EOSC 6 p.m.

Offices closing for winter break beginning Dec. 19 With the end of the semester coming to an end, it is important to be aware that the offices of Eastern Oklahoma State College will close for two weeks during the Christmas break. While finals week will end Dec. 14, Eastern’s offices will maintain normal hours until Dec. 18. Offices will open again Jan. 3, 2013. The spring semester will officially begin Jan. 14, 2013.

Members of the Psychology and Social Sciences (P.A.S.S.) Club take time for a picture during a regularly scheduled meeting. Pictured front row, from left, Cheryl Wood-Myers (faculty sponsor), Hailey Luker, Morgan Merrifield, Virginia Rivera, Haley Cadle, Taylor Burch, Rebekah Ingle, Payton Hokit and Angelica Macias. Middle row, Brittany Martin, Kelsey Eller, Carlynn Wren, Mary-Iris Green and Nichole Stuart. Back row, Teaquah Robinson, George Green, J. Dante Wortham and Sam Harley. For information concerning the PASS Club contact Wood-Myers at 918.465.1757. Photo by Mark Stephens

918.465.1720 kturner@eosc.edu

Phi Theta Kappa claims victory in statewide voter registration contest EOSC PRESS RELEASE Eastern Oklahoma State College’s Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) honor society recently received first-place honors from Oklahoma Campus Compact for winning a statewide voter registration competition. Student PTK members registered an additional 8.1 percent of Eastern’s student population to win. During the five-day competition, 24 participating colleges and universities registered a total of 3,880 new voters. The winning institutions will be recognized during a Dec. 6 meeting of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Established in 2000 as part of the Oklahoma Campus Compact, the object is to increase student civic engagement on Oklahoma college campuses. The competition is comprised of three categories based on full-time student populations. Eastern is in the RED category with state universities and colleges with 1-3,000 FTE (full-timeequivalent students). The runner-up for the RED category was Seminole State College with 4.6 percent of its student population.

Eastern’s Phi Theta Kappa honor society recently led a winning effort to register students to vote during a statewide competition. Officers include (l to r) Whitney Noel of Rattan, Haley Cadle of Haileyville, Taylor Glasco of Kinta, Brittan Raines of Red Oak, Allison Burns of Broken Bow, Khyria Vires of Haileyville, and Bradley Battershell of Calvin.

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