NSU crowns 2018 homecoming king and queen

Published 10/4/18

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Caleb Eutsler, TNE Writer

Homecoming is a time NSU invites alumni back to campus to honor pride and tradition. One way of honoring this tradition is electing a new homecoming king and queen. Based on individuals achievement on campus and a peer vote, the crowned students are awarded the honor of representing their school for years to come. Before homecoming week begins, an application and interview gives students the chance to run for homecoming king and queen.


Parents and alumni show their support at the homecoming parade

Published 10/2/18

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Bradley Dame, TNE Writer

Every year on homecoming weekend, student organizations across campus participate in the homecoming parade. They play music, drive cars and parade large floats through downtown Tahlequah.  It begins towards the end of downtown on Muskogee Avenue and ends at the Doc Wadley Stadium.  The parade attracts spectators including current students, alumni and parents.


Homecoming royalty gives back to campus

Published 9/21/18

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Caleb Eutsler, TNE Writer

Homecoming is a time NSU invites alumni back to campus to honor pride and tradition. During the week, student and alumni are able to interact with all the different student organizations on campus. To honor these traditions, student leaders and the current homecoming king and queen have planned an event to celebrate what it means to be a RiverHawk.


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