NSU observes American Indian Heritage Month

Published 11/7/17

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Jacob Chavez, Contributing Writer

American Indians are an integral part of NSU’s history, as the university originally began as the Cherokee National Female Seminary in 1851. Today, American Indians make up approximately 36.1 percent of the student body at NSU, according to the NSU American Indian profile of 2016 located on NSU’s website.


Unique Vintiques offers one-of-a-kind shopping experience

Published 11/6/17

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Jessica Sudbeck, TNE Writer

Unique Vintiques Market is Tahlequah's premier antique and vintage marketplace.  Each of the booth vendors inside the shop brings their own style to add to the mix of beauty and charm. The shop opened its doors in April 2016 and has since proven to be a one-of-a kind shopping experience.


Kappa Sigma organizes annual powderpuff philanthropy event

Published 11/02/17

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Julie Ferguson, TNE Writer 

The Kappa Sigma’s eighth annual Powderpuff game is in the works. Powderpuff is Kappa Sigma’s fall philanthropy event the sororities on campus participate in. The funds from the event go to different philanthropies each year. Last year, all the money was donated to the Cherokee Nation Angel Tree Project. The last three years Powderpuff has raised over $2000. This year the fraternity is hoping to surpass that number.


NSU celebrates American Indian Heritage Month

Published 11/02/17

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Trista Vaughn, TNE Writer

NSU’s Center for Tribal Studies presents American Indian Heritage Month by organizing events throughout the month of November commemorating Native American history.

American Indian Heritage Month takes place annually in the month of November. AIHM is a nationwide event where Native American communities come together to celebrate the rich cultures and traditions that tribal communities possess. Although the month of November is designated for AIHM, it is important to note that Native American heritage is still celebrated every day of the year.

BCM slimes leadership for disaster relief

Published 11/02/17

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Zach Cobler, TNE Writer

The NSU Baptist Collegiate Ministry raised money throughout the month of October for Disaster Relief. For every $20 raised by the members of the BCM a member of the leadership will be slimed with a homemade slime. If the goal of $300 is met Bryce Stafford, BCM director, will be slimed. If $400 is raised then Autumn Stafford, wife of Bryce will be slimed. On top of all the sliming, anybody who attends will have the opportunity to pie another in the face for $3.

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