Students apply for spring semester jobs

Published 12/6/17

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Valeriia Efimenko, TNE Writer

To get a job on campus, students must qualify for work-study, be a graduate assistant or work an institutional job or job location development position. The work-study job is funded by a federal grant that allows students to work part-time on or off campus. A student must be enrolled in six hours and not be on financial aid suspension. If awarded work-study, students can work up to 13 hours each week, depending on their class schedule and academic progress.

NSU OCO houses some of country’s most advanced technology

Published 11/29/17

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Taylor Brown, TNE Writer

The Optometry College of Oklahoma, located near the NSU Event Center and Seminary Suites on NSU’s Tahlequah campus, has some of the most advanced technology available to its students. For the most part, OCO offers resources for students and patients similar to most other optometry schools in the country. However, a few specific labs and pieces of equipment found only at OCO put the local college at the top of the list.

Resident assistants prepare for closing dorms

Published 11/29/17

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Trenton Morgan, TNE Writer

When any break in classes happens during a semester, some students leave earlier than others according to responsibilities. The Housing and Residence Life staff must always stay behind to close down campus when almost all others have left. This part of a resident assistant’s job usually includes room inspections and walkthroughs.

Lights On Seminary Hall to kick off holiday season

Published 11/28/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

For years, the Lights On Seminary Hall ceremony has brought to the NSU and Tahlequah community a proper kick off for the holiday season. The ceremony includes the lighting of the Christmas lights on Seminary Hall, the telling of Christmas stories, holiday singing and dancing and a chance to visit with the big man himself, Santa Claus.

Yeutter goes from professor to superfan

Published 11/28/17

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Zach Cobler, TNE Writer

Any spectator who has been to a RiverHawk sporting event has likely noticed Dr. John Yeutter, accounting associate professor. He is a fan who goes above and beyond to show his school pride. Yeutter wears a noticeable green or pink wig as well as NSU apparel with green or white leggings. He has become a legend to NSU students both past and present. The fans who attend games look forward to his ever-present chants and playing of instruments. Yeutter has been at as many NSU sporting events as he can attend.


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