Sigma Tau Delta restores Halloween tradition

Published 10/15/18

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Jordan Gogo, TNE Writer

Haunted Seminary Hall celebrates NSU’s history and the ghost stories centered around the university during the Halloween season. Attendees take night tours through Seminary Hall, the oldest and allegedly most haunted building on NSU’s campus. Since 2015, Haunted Seminary Hall has been on hiatus. However, Sigma Tau Delta, NSU’s English honor society, plans to bring the event back.


BCM buddy program helps international students adapt to life at NSU

Published 10/12/18

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Yikun Wang, TNE Writer

NSU’s Baptist Collegiate Ministries is a Christian organization whose goal is to teach students, faculty and staff the news of Jesus Christ and grow leaders and people of integrity. They hope students use what they learn throughout the world and serve as examples of Christ. BCM established their International student buddy program in 2005.


NAB invites students to dance the night away at Silent Disco

Published 10/12/18

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Colby Luper, TNE Writer

The Northeastern Activities Board is holding a silent disco, free for all students to attend. At Silent Disco, also known as a silent rave, a DJ broadcasts music using a radio transmitter rather than playing music through a speaker system.

Big Event committee prepares for upcoming service day

Published 10/10/18

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Sara Ryals, TNE Writer

NSU has served the Tahlequah community with the largest day of service in the area since 2006. The Big Event allows students to spend the day completing tasks specified by community members. NSU is one of over 70 schools that participate in this nation-wide day of service.


World Fair showcases various cultures to students

Published 10/5/18

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Yikun Wang, TNE Writer

The International Office and the Northeastern Activities Board work together to hold the World Fair every fall. The World Fair presents aspects of different cultures of the world to students. Students can try the cuisine of different countries and watch performances from students of different ethnic backgrounds.


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