NSU Write Club reaches out to Oklahoma schools

Published 9/25/18

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Bradley Dame, TNE Writer

The NSU Write Club is a place for writers to explore their hobby or creative writing majors looking to improve.  The club holds open mic nights, workshops and other events celebrating the art of wordsmithing.

NESSLHA offers networking opportunities for pre-professionals

Published 9/24/18

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Sebastian Cooper, TNE Writer

NSU’s speech-language pathology degree is programmed to teach students the fundamental construct of speech disorders, voice patterns, language and possible treatment of such diseases. NSU offers both a bachelor’s and master’s degree for students who wish to further their experience in the field. Speech-language pathologists treat a range of cases including swallowing and communication issues such as speech sounds.

NSU international students form soccer team

Published 9/21/18

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Yikun Wang, TNE Writer

As more international students come to NSU, various international organizations continue to grow and develop. These organizations offer opportunities for international students to become involved on campus, make NSU feel more like home and participate in various extracurricular activities. The international student soccer team is one of them.

Sassy Hawks promote health awareness with a love for dance

Published 9/21/18

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Omar Ortiz Vega, TNE Writer

Sassy Hawks is a majorette style dance team at NSU. It was founded in spring 2011 by James Parker and Alyssa Wilkins and over the years the number of members has increased. The purpose of the team is to promote health awareness with a unique style of dancing. This semester, the Sassy Hawks consists of a group of women who share a love for dance and entertaining.


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