Student leaders attend EOI conference

Published 11/6/18

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Courtney Bolt, TNE Writer

Student leaders and directors of NSU’s Welcome Week and Rookie Bridge Camp are preparing for their trip to Memphis for the 2018 Extended Orientation Institute conference. The conference is focused on programming development for first year and orientation experiences.

ABC recognizes the importance of cultural education

Published 11/02/18

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Sebastian Cooper, TNE Writer

The Association of Black Collegians operates under the office of Diversity & Inclusion. It ties in educational opportunities with fun activities to cultivate diverse and cultural learning for the African American community on campus. These educational opportunities include documentaries, guest speakers, learning activities, group discussions on current events, outreach discussions to broaden the awareness of what it means to be an active voice for the African American community.

College of Optometry believes in the importance of vision care

Published 11/02/18

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Omar Ortiz Vega, TNE Writer

NSU’s Oklahoma College of Optometry is one of 23 optometric training schools in the country. It is recognized as one of the nation’s leading institutions in the education of optometric physicians.  The program began in the fall of 1979 and became a four-year program in 1981. NSUOCO serves the optometric profession and the public as a clinical referral center.

Best-selling author comes to campus

Published 11/02/18

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Omar Ortiz Vega, TNE Writer

Ally Carter, New York Times Best Selling Author, is coming to the John Vaughan Library on Nov. 7. Carter is an Oklahoma native and graduated from OSU and Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. She is the author of the ‘Gallagher Girls’ series and many other books.


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