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.

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.

Northeastern Activities Board invites students to be involved

Published 8/29/17

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Trenton Morgan, TNE Writer

The Northeastern Activities Board wants to enhance students’ college experience through the events and opportunities that it brings to NSU. These opportunities include movie nights, concerts, kayaking, the Cherokee County Angel Tree program, the World Fair, Merchant Mall and many others. The events NAB puts on are free and open to all students.

Late Night Breakfast returns to relieve students’ stress during finals week

Published 4/27/17

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Kelsey Baucom, TNE Writer

NSU’s various different student organizations strive to go above and beyond to add to students’ college experiences. The Northeastern Activities Board works to provide students with a variety of events and opportunities to get involved on campus. These events include entertainment, cultural events, road trips, concerts and lifestyle-related programs. One event that students have taken part in over the years is the Late Night Breakfast that happens during finals week.

Sam Bilby receives assistance from Tau Kappa Epsilon

Published 4/25/17

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Madison Durham, TNE Writer

Sam Bilby is a 7-year-old Tahlequah resident who has recently been diagnosed with leukemia.  

Tau Kappa Epsilon, along with AeroFit Healthclub, is conducting a bench press and weightlifting competition and a 5K fun run to assist the Bilby family with their hospital expenses.


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