HawkReach helps students stay happy

Published 11/30/18

TNE Editor 0 170 Article rating: 5.0

Ebba Moberg, TNE Writer

Staying on top of homework and assignments along with performing well in extracurricular activities can be stressful for any student. Seasonal Affective Disorder is a form of depression which typically arises during the dark days of the year. It is estimated to affect 10 million Americans and can certainly make school or work difficult if left untreated.

International Office opens OPT workshop

Published 11/30/18

TNE Editor 0 169 Article rating: No rating

Yikun Wang, TNE Writer

Optional Practical Training is an internship that allows F-1 visa students to complete up to 12 months of training after the completion of a degree program. International students who study in the United States hope to get this opportunity after they graduate. The International Office are facilitating an OPT workshop for students. This workshop helps students solve problems related to OPT qualification applications.

Saudi Student Association offers cultural educational opportunities

Published 11/30/18

TNE Editor 0 160 Article rating: No rating

Sebastian Cooper, TNE Writer

The Saudi Student Association is a student organization comprised of individuals who advocate for social awareness for international students are part of the Saudi Arabian ethnicity and culture. This organization provides open discussion, sponsored events for students and a welcoming opportunity to socialize and learn about Saudi culture at their regular meetings.

Graduate assistants concerned with financial aid

Published 11/29/18

TNE Editor 0 351 Article rating: No rating

Jordan Gogo, TNE Writer

On average, NSU educates over 7,000 undergraduates each academic year. While most students attend to complete their bachelor’s degree, over 1,000 stay to pursue their master’s in a graduate program. Although NSU remains a cost-effective choice among universities in Oklahoma, graduate classes cost about $50 more than undergraduate classes per credit hour.

Winter festivities return to Tahlequah

Published 11/29/18

TNE Editor 0 254 Article rating: No rating

Lani Hansen, TNE Writer

Families and friends in the Tahlequah community plan to gather for the annual Christmas parade and take a stroll in Norris Park where the Snowflake Ice Rink is set up.The Snowflake Ice Rink is one of the most popular attractions for families during the winter months. It attracts many NSU students with their affordable prices. The ice rink opened on Nov. 16 and runs through Jan. 13. It took 3 weeks to set up from the time the sand was put down.


  Press Releases



Terms Of Use | Privacy Statement