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Seniors and alumni reflect on their college careers

Lauren Redden, TNE Writer It is that time of year when seniors begin to prepare for graduation or pick out classes for their last spring semester of...
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Smokers quit to improve their health and air for others

Cecilia Wantland, TNE Writer According to the American Heart Association, smoking is related to lung cancer and can cause heart disease, stroke and...
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Foster a Snowflake helps children in need

Cecilia Wantland, TNE Writer Christmas is normally associated with lights, trees, gifts, carols and being together with loved ones. It is a time for...
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Basketball game raises awareness of childhood sickness

Hannah Nielsen, TNE Writer Last spring, a group of students organized the first Dance Marathon event at NSU. They raised over $5,000 for the...
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Nature Hawks bring chance to connect with nature to NSU students

Dillan Davis, TNE Writer As the semester comes to a close, a new student organization is making its debut on campus. Nature Hawks is a brand new...

Smokers quit to improve their health and air for others

Published 12/1/16

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Cecilia Wantland, TNE Writer

According to the American Heart Association, smoking is related to lung cancer and can cause heart disease, stroke and other chronic lung diseases. Smoking can also increase one’s risk for cancer of the bladder, throat and mouth, kidneys, cervix and pancreas. Cigarettes contain more than 5,000 chemicals, and hundreds of them are dangerous to human health. Many of these chemicals are linked to causing cancer.


Basketball game raises awareness of childhood sickness

Published 11/30/16

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Hannah Nielsen, TNE Writer

Last spring, a group of students organized the first Dance Marathon event at NSU. They raised over $5,000 for the Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis and raised awareness of childhood sickness. This event is a part of a larger movement happening on college campuses around the country. All dance marathons raise money and awareness of a Children’s Miracle Network hospital in their area, and attendees at the events are required to dance for a certain amount of hours. NSU’s Dance Marathon lasted eight hours, but some last up to 24 hours. This year a new committee has been chosen to organize the 2017 Dance Marathon. 


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