NSU Playhouse expands

Published 9/7/17

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Tyler Utt, TNE Writer

After many years of awkward transitions and commuting, the NSU drama department was granted a new building connected to the NSU Playhouse on Muskogee Avenue. This new location will allow for new office space, optimal storage, easy transitions and increased opportunities for learning.


ROTC organizes fourth annual stair climb in remembrance of 9/11

Published 9/7/17

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Jessica Sudbeck, TNE Writer

On Sept. 11, 2001 America fell under attack as four terrorist attacks were executed. Firefighters bravely trekked up 2,071 steps, or 17 flights of stairs, of the World Trade Center towers, many of them with over 50 pounds of gear to save the lives of people they did not know. In recognition of the tragedies that took place that day, NSU ROTC organizes an annual stair climb event to pay tribute to the many lives lost on this horrific day in American history.


Dr. Resume promotes students' success in finding a job

Published 9/5/17

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Valeriia Efimenko, TNE Writer

When applying for jobs, a resume may be the first impression an employer has of the applicant, especially if candidates are applying online. A poorly-formatted resume can distract employers from the content on it. NSU gives an opportunity for students to fix their resumes and ease their dream job search. Dr. Resume is an event that provides students with resume assistance and advice. Career counselors will be on site to give one-on-one direction to students with their resumes.


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.
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