Emergency Alert System provides awareness to people on campus

Published 01/18/18

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Jalen Porter, TNE Writer

Although the spring semester is here, the weather in Oklahoma has its surprises. Some days are sunny and the next day there could be rain, sleet or snow. NSU uses the Emergency Alert System to ensure faculty, staff and students are getting accurate and timely information about campus emergencies and closings. NSU has three campuses, each in a different city. Many students, faculty and staff teach and attend classes at more than one campus.

Students find harmony and balance in NSU aiki-jitsu class

Published 12/7/17

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Valeriia Efimenko, TNE Writer

Aiki-jitsu is a system of martial arts. Dr. Carl Farinelli, aiki-jitsu instructor, has been developing this system since 1971. In the 1970s, he began investigating different martial arts and exercise approaches. Over the years, he has researched yoga, various military martial arts, stick fighting, Kendo, Jeet Kune Do and internal energy studies to develop the present American Individualized Ki Instruction system as an art of peace and harmony.

Bradley crowned 2018 Miss NSU

Published 12/7/17

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Trista Vaughn, TNE Writer

In early November, eight women had high hopes of becoming the 2018 Miss NSU. Contestants competed in talent, physical fitness in swimsuit, interview and beauty for the judges panel and the audience. All the contestants had the want and desire for the title, but only one came out on top.

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.


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