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Redmen T-shirts spark controversy

Mercedes Goins, TNE Editor At the end of August, a T-shirt was advertised on Facebook by the off-campus bookstore, Campus Bookstore, in Tahlequah....
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Faculty and students support R is for Thursday program

Lauren Redden, TNE Writer NSU’s student body is made up of people of all facets from different cultures, lifestyles and up bringing. Some...
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Students take part in homecoming traditions


Shanna Kyle, TNE Writer Homecoming is taking over NSU. Wizard of Oz themed directions are everywhere students look trying to get them in the...
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Bonfire and Spirit Rally stirs homecoming spirit

Caleb Eutsler, Contributing Writer Homecoming is a time for students, faculty, staff and the Tahlequah community to come together and...
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Network marketing offers entrepreneurship opportunities

Kasidee Webb, TNE Writer Network marketing is a self-business that gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to manage sale force by recruiting and...

NSU News

There’s no place like the homecoming parade

Published 9/23/16

TNE Editor 0 140 Article rating: No rating

Dae’lyn Smith, Contributing Writer

NSU’s annual homecoming parade connects the campus and community and brings them together for one big RiverHawk celebration. This year’s parade will feature more than 40 different entries including student organizations, community sponsored floats and school marching bands.


Redmen T-shirts spark controversy

Published 9/23/16

TNE Editor 0 430 Article rating: 2.5

Mercedes Goins, TNE Editor

At the end of August, a T-shirt was advertised on Facebook by the off-campus bookstore, Campus Bookstore, in Tahlequah. The T-shirt design included the NSU racetrack logo, as well as the Redmen logo. The picture posted sparked controversy among students and community members alike.


Faculty and students support R is for Thursday program

Published 9/22/16

TNE Editor 0 329 Article rating: 5.0

Lauren Redden, TNE Writer

NSU’s student body is made up of people of all facets from different cultures, lifestyles and up bringing. Some students who grew up in foster care may not have the support they need to succeed academically in college. The R is for Thursday program was created for these very students. R4T is a research driven statewide initiative based on the data of foster care alumni members.


FIT offers affordable fitness options

Published 9/22/16

TNE Editor 0 72 Article rating: No rating

Hannah Nielsen, TNE Writer

Trying to stay healthy and fit in college can be challenging to many students. Common excuses for why people do not work out include: not enough time, not enough money for a gym membership and not knowing what to do on the machines at the gym. The NSU RiverHawk Wellness Center offers a different approach to staying fit by offering a variety of fitness classes completely free for students.


Students take part in homecoming traditions

Published 9/21/16

TNE Editor 0 117 Article rating: No rating

Shanna Kyle, TNE Writer

Homecoming is taking over NSU. Wizard of Oz themed directions are everywhere students look trying to get them in the spirit of homecoming. During this time, NSU is full of traditions. Whether it is the beating of the drum in front of the UC, staying up extremely late to get a float done or creating new traditions, there really is no place like NSU homecoming.

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