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NSU women’s golf goes back-to-back

Matt Reynolds, TNE Writer In Kansas City at the Swope Memorial Golf Course, the NSU women’s golf team looked to defend their MIAA conference title from a year ago. It was evident from the first...
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Students look to rent

Matt Reynolds, TNE Writer The leaves are turning green with the semester coming to a close. Some students are getting their caps and gowns ready, while others are searching for places to live for...
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Fashion for a Cause provides children with a chance to attend camp

Bailee Harmon, TNE Writer The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary organize fundraisers all year to help families in need. The biggest fundraiser they do is Fashion for a Cause. This fundraiser is...
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Renaissance Festival transports visitors

Bailee Harmon, TNE Writer The Renaissance Festival at the Castle of Muskogee started years ago when Jeff Hiller, owner of the Castle of Muskogee, went to a Renaissance festival in Southern...
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Faces in the Crowd: Graduating seniors

What are your plans after graduation, and what will you miss most about NSU? 
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Rose Festival sets out to reclaim Broken Arrow’s beautiful history

Kelsey Baucom, TNE Writer A few years ago the Main Street area in downtown Broken Arrow adopted the title of the Rose District as an ode to the city’s rich heritage. Today, leaders in the...
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Late Night Breakfast returns to relieve students’ stress during finals week

Kelsey Baucom, TNE Writer NSU’s various different student organizations strive to go above and beyond to add to students’ college experiences. The Northeastern Activities Board works to...

NSU women’s golf goes back-to-back

Published 5/1/17

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Matt Reynolds, TNE Writer

In Kansas City at the Swope Memorial Golf Course, the NSU women’s golf team looked to defend their MIAA conference title from a year ago. It was evident from the first tee off NSU came ready to play. The RiverHawks secured an early lead and never looked back.


Students look to rent

Published 4/27/17

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Matt Reynolds, TNE Writer

The leaves are turning green with the semester coming to a close. Some students are getting their caps and gowns ready, while others are searching for places to live for next fall. Timing is everything when it comes to renting houses or apartments.


Fashion for a Cause provides children with a chance to attend camp

Published 4/27/17

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Bailee Harmon, TNE Writer

The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary organize fundraisers all year to help families in need. The biggest fundraiser they do is Fashion for a Cause. This fundraiser is done every year to help send children to summer camp at Camp Heart O’ Hills in Welling and day camp at the Salvation Army Corps in Muskogee.


Rose Festival sets out to reclaim Broken Arrow’s beautiful history

Published 4/27/17

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Kelsey Baucom, TNE Writer

A few years ago the Main Street area in downtown Broken Arrow adopted the title of the Rose District as an ode to the city’s rich heritage. Today, leaders in the community are embarking on huge projects to revitalize downtown and make it more of an arts and entertainment district for both residents and tourists to enjoy. The annual Rose Festival brings the community together to celebrate this history and continue to make Broken Arrow beautiful.


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