Northeastern Activities Board invites students to be involved

Published 8/29/17

TNE Editor 0 271 Article rating: No rating

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

TNE Editor 0 966 Article rating: No rating

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

TNE Editor 0 1052 Article rating: No rating

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.

Native American Paranormal Project plans trip to NSU’s Bacone House

Published 4/19/17

TNE Editor 0 813 Article rating: No rating

Jessica Henry, TNE Writer

The idea of ghosts being on NSU’s Tahlequah campus is nothing new. Seminary Hall building is usually the main focus for what people would refer to as paranormal activity. In 2014 the crew of the Native American Paranormal Project dedicated their time to Seminary Hall in hopes of documenting any activity that would be deemed ghostly. The NAPP is now planning to bring their crew back to Tahlequah to focus on the Bacone House.

NSU students anticipate the first ever Virtue conference

Published 4/19/17

TNE Editor 0 680 Article rating: 4.6

Dae'lyn Smith, TNE Writer

About five years ago in Pryor, Tyra Rains, the pastor’s wife from Your Place Church, had a conversation with a few young women who were struggling to believe in a happily ever after. After the conversation, Rains felt the need to teach women their value, explain the importance of character and express Jesus’ love for them. Shortly after this conversation, the first Virtue life group began.


  Press Releases



Terms Of Use | Privacy Statement