Sigma Tau Delta restores Halloween tradition

Published 10/15/18

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Jordan Gogo, TNE Writer

Haunted Seminary Hall celebrates NSU’s history and the ghost stories centered around the university during the Halloween season. Attendees take night tours through Seminary Hall, the oldest and allegedly most haunted building on NSU’s campus. Since 2015, Haunted Seminary Hall has been on hiatus. However, Sigma Tau Delta, NSU’s English honor society, plans to bring the event back.

Horses for Healing helps people with disabilities

Published 10/15/18

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Caleb Eutsler, TNE Writer

Jaycee Jeffrie’s Horses for Healing is a nonprofit organization that partners with Onward and Upward and uses equine therapy to improve the lives of people with disabilities. By using the horse to improve physical, emotional, social and cognitive disabilities, the therapy improves the lives of the disabled. After thorough research and travel, the Jeffries are ready to begin their journey of helping others.

BCM buddy program helps international students adapt to life at NSU

Published 10/12/18

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Yikun Wang, TNE Writer

NSU’s Baptist Collegiate Ministries is a Christian organization whose goal is to teach students, faculty and staff the news of Jesus Christ and grow leaders and people of integrity. They hope students use what they learn throughout the world and serve as examples of Christ. BCM established their International student buddy program in 2005.



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