Green Country Roots Festival brings the talent of Green Country to NSU


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Colby Luper, TNE Writer

Green Country is rich with culture and art. There are festivals each year that celebrate the talented individuals and groups that live here. One of these is the Green Country Roots Festival, coordinated by the Cherokees for Black Indian Heritage Preservation Foundation.

NSU department of music presents percussion ensemble recital

Published 4/25/18

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Jalen Porter, TNE Writer

The NSU department of music is presenting their annual spring percussion ensemble recital. The concert is under the direction of James Lindroth, assistant director of bands. This concert is performed on drums and other percussion instruments. Lindroth hopes the music will be entertaining and pleasing to the audience.

NSU Drama presents ‘Moon Over Buffalo’

Published 4/19/18

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Brittany Amlin, Contributing Writer

The NSU drama department will open its production of Ken Ludwig’s comedy “Moon Over Buffalo,” directed by Scott Pursley. The plot of “Moon Over Buffalo” centers around a group of traveling actors working in a repertory theater in Buffalo, New York. Married couple George Hay and Charlotte Hay are the main characters of the story.

Sequoyah Institute showcases Cirque Zuma Zuma

Published 2/17/18

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Jalen Porter, TNE Writer

The Sequoyah Institute is showcasing several events during the spring semester. This month the Sequoyah Institute will provide an event with a different scenery called Cirque Zuma Zuma. The event is part of the institute’s performing arts series. Members of the NSU Drama Department and the Sequoyah Institute are working together to bring the performance to NSU.


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