Turnpike Troubadours return to Tahlequah

Published 3/27/17

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Hannah Nielsen, Editorial Board

Turnpike for Tahlequah is a community concert event that will benefit the Tahlequah Area Habitat for Humanity and further their goals of building houses for Tahlequah community members. Five NSU Media Studies students are organizing the event on behalf of TAHFH. The featured band, Turnpike Troubadours, has agreed to headline the event as a way to give back to their hometown. The concert will also feature openers from Finches in the Attic and River’s Edge Band.

Tulsa NatureWorks Art Show proceeds benefit environmental conservation

Published 2/23/17

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Kelsey Baucom, TNE Writer

The NatureWorks Art Show makes its annual return to Tulsa to showcase nature-themed art and contribute to conservation efforts across the state. Lovers of art and the environment will come together at the show to view sculptures, carvings and paintings that are exclusively based on elements within nature. NatureWorks will showcase artists from across the country who have gained inspiration for their work from different wildlife and landscapes.

Study away opportunity allows students to attend Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Published 2/15/17

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Jessica Henry, TNE Writer

NSU students have the opportunity to spend one week of their summer studying and learning at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The annual trip is scheduled for Aug. 2-9, during the fall intersession for 2017. Students who participate in the experience will travel to Ashland, Ore. and experience eight different plays performed by the theatre company.

University Singers perform “A Masterworks Concert”

Published 2/15/17

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Trenton Morgan, Contributing Writer

The University Singers present “A Masterworks Concert,” a free and cultural performance, with the goal to educate. The concert is out-of-the-ordinary from the typical repertoire and challenging due to a few aspects, said Caleb Cline, president of University Singers. The premiere touring choral ensemble intends to broaden their skill set, as well as broaden the musical appreciation of the audience.


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