Northeastern Activities Board eagerly anticipates upcoming events

Published 12/6/17

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Trenton Morgan, TNE Writer

The mission of the Northeastern Activities Board is to promote student involvement by offering activities and entertainment for the college experience. Students who participate are challenged to expand their experiences, diversity, knowledge and creativity. Internally, there are ways to become involved with the many chairs of NAB: chairperson of the board, public relations, administration, membership, social media, concerts, entertainment, cultural and current events, RiverHawk pride and road trips. Those who volunteer have opportunities to help with the events of the semester in planning and execution and become close to volunteers who share the same goal.

Haskell Hall Annex may soon close

Published 12/6/17

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Trenton Morgan, TNE Writer

Haskell Hall was built as the male dormitory counterpart to Wilson Hall in 1937. The Haskell Hall Annex was built in 1960 and holds up to 96 residents, most of which belong to the Cherokee Promise Scholarship. Haskell Hall was eventually converted to office space and the Haskell Hall Annex renovated for residential use, but residential usage of the annex may soon stop.

Visiting group of actors teach students the art of foley

Published 12/5/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

This past week, the Sequoyah Institute presented the holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life: Live from WVL Radio.” The show is the retelling of the age-old story through a cast of four 1940s radio actors who have been abandoned in the WVL radio station with a full, live audience in the middle of a blizzard. The actors use the foley arts and take on almost 15 different roles a piece to tell the story of George Bailey to the live audience, as well as the fictional radio listeners.



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