Sequoyah Institute sees move and leadership changes

Published 9/5/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

A longtime benefit for NSU students and community members alike, the Sequoyah Institute has been providing world class performances for audiences of all ages since 1985. The SI brings in traveling artists and shows to present to audiences in an effort to provide more cultured opportunities for students and patrons who would normally not be able to experience said types of performances. Ranging from plays to Chinese acrobat shows, each season the SI aims to present four to six shows at the Center for the Performing Arts on Tahlequah’s NSU campus.

Cherokee National Holiday Art Show maintains traditions through artwork

Published 9/1/17

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Trista Vaughn, TNE Writer

In 1953, Cherokee National Holiday was established to commemorate the signing of the 1893 Cherokee Constitution. Cherokee National Holiday is one of the biggest events that happens in the state of Oklahoma. Indigenous people from around the country will soon gather in Tahlequah for the 65th Annual Cherokee National Holiday. In past years, Cherokee Nation has recorded more than 100,000 visitors.

NSU Greek Life prepares for fraternity recruitment

Published 8/29/17

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Taylor Brown, TNE Writer

Fraternity recruitment is quickly approaching at NSU. Every fall semester, Interfraternity Council and the Office of Fraternity/Sorority Life plan a week of events geared toward recruiting interested men for the social fraternities on campus. This year, five Greek organizations will be participating in formal recruitment: Kappa Sigma, Phi Lambda Chi, Phi Sigma Kappa, Pi Kappa Alpha and Tau Kappa Epsilon.

Leadership and volunteer roles up for grabs on NSU Angel Tree Committee

Published 8/29/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

Every year, during the months of November and December, thousands of people across the country can find a Christmas tree decorated with little pieces of paper, or “angels.” This project is known as the Angel Tree and has been a source of Christmas joy for children of low-income families from coast to coast for years.


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