University police continues Rape Aggression Defense courses

Published 9/6/17

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Trenton Morgan, TNE Writer

Rape Aggression Defense is a program of simple and effective self-defense techniques taught to women and men. University police offers the R.A.D. course as often as once a month to students and faculty. The nine-hour class can be taken for credit and is free for those who enroll.

Talons makes strides as one of NSU’s smallest organizations

Published 9/6/17

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Taylor Brown, TNE Writer

Talons is a student-run American Sign Language organization. It has been an organization for only a few years at NSU. Through Talons, students can expand their knowledge of ASL and Deaf culture, practice ASL with games and challenges, donate to and potentially volunteer for Happy Hands Education Center and ultimately become more involved on campus.

BCM appoints new director

Published 9/5/17

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Zach Cobler, TNE Writer

Bob and Debbie Lipscomb had been directors of the NSU Baptist Collegiate Ministry for the past 16 years until their retirement in June of 2016. The Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma appointed Bryce Stafford to succeed them in the director’s role.

Freshmen strive for a seat on senate

Published 8/31/17

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Keajon Guidry, TNE Writer

College campuses offer a multitude of activities and opportunities for aspiring minds. Some students want to meet new friends or occupy their time with something productive. Other individuals would like to build a resume and gain work experience as soon as possible. One such opportunity for both types of students comes in the form of freshman senator elections. Every year, four freshman senators are elected from amongst a group of candidates to represent the entire incoming freshman class within Northeastern Student Government Association.

Hawkreach offers free services to manage college stress

Published 8/31/17

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Jessica Sudbeck, TNE Writer

College can be a challenging and stressful time for many students. As the new school year begins, staying on top of working, maintaining a social life and getting back into the groove of college life can prove to be a struggle. Anxiety, depression and other emotional issues may take over an individual’s well-being. In those times of need, Hawkreach is there to help.


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