Center for Tribal Studies presents Creative Writing and Music Production Workshop

Published 10/26/17

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Jessica Sudbeck, TNE Writer

In honor of American Indian Heritage Month, the Center for Tribal Studies is presenting the Creative Writing and Music Production Workshop with special guest Marcus Frejo, aka Quese IMC, who is of the Pawnee and Seminole Nations.

It’s On Us wants to end sexual assault

Published 10/25/17

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Trenton Morgan, TNE Writer

It’s On Us is a nationwide campaign that started in September 2014. The campaign was launched from the White House and has included more than 500 campuses. The movement was integrated at NSU as an organization and has been working with the NSU community on changing the perception of sexual assault.

Deaf, Deaf World returns to NSU

Published 10/25/17

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Trenton Morgan, TNE Writer

More than 1 in 10 people have some form of hearing loss. Deaf, Deaf World is a workshop sponsored by Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access in Tulsa that gives people an opportunity to experience and learn about how being Deaf feels. The upcoming DDW will be the fourth time NSU has welcomed the event.

Town Branch Creek significance ties to NSU

Published 10/25/17

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Taylor Brown, TNE Writer

The Town Branch Creek, located most notably to the north of The Branch, serves many purposes in Tahlequah and on NSU’s campus. When Seminary Hall was rebuilt in 1889, it served as a dorm building with a kitchen. For this reason, Seminary Hall was purposely placed near the creek so the creek could serve as a water source for the kitchen and for the students living in the building.

Native filmmaker brings the hauntings of Bacone House to the big screen

Published 10/25/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

The Bacone House may be tucked away from the main part of campus, but the spirits said to live there are not so tucked away. For years, staff, faculty, students and visitors have claimed the building is haunted. Some say people assume it is haunted because of its cultural past.


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