Students sign up for chance to paint a masterpiece

Published 1/15/18

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Tori Dodson, TNE Writer

The Northeastern Activities Board is giving NSU students the opportunity to go on a road trip to Pinot’s Palette in Broken Arrow. The staff at Pinot’s Palette will guide the students step-by-step to create a fun and personal painting.

Interfraternity Council prepares for recruitment week

Published 1/15/18

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Tabby Talbot, TNE Writer

Men’s recruitment week is here and the Interfraternity Council is ready to combat their low numbers of the past. Members of IFC and fraternity chapter presidents gathered at Greek Leader Retreat where they met with their sorority counterparts to discuss past issues and start recruitment week with their best foot forward.

Students find harmony and balance in NSU aiki-jitsu class

Published 12/7/17

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Valeriia Efimenko, TNE Writer

Aiki-jitsu is a system of martial arts. Dr. Carl Farinelli, aiki-jitsu instructor, has been developing this system since 1971. In the 1970s, he began investigating different martial arts and exercise approaches. Over the years, he has researched yoga, various military martial arts, stick fighting, Kendo, Jeet Kune Do and internal energy studies to develop the present American Individualized Ki Instruction system as an art of peace and harmony.

Tahlequah Christmas Parade set to take over Muskogee Avenue

Published 12/7/17

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Ana Davis, TNE Writer

The Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce and Fair Point Communications are set to present the annual Tahlequah Christmas Parade.

The parade lineup continues to grow year after year. This year there are over 70 entries, more entries than last year.


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