SEA drag show to raise awareness for LGBT community

Published 2/21/17

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Madeline Jurus, TNE Writer

Campus organizations put on events throughout the year to raise awareness for their cause or to raise money. This semester the Stonewall Equality Alliance is putting on a drag show to raise money for themselves and the Openarms Youth Project, a Tulsa based LGBT youth nonprofit organization.

Mandatory fee breakdown informs students

Published 2/20/17

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Thomas Gardner, TNE Writer

According to the tuition cost calculator on NSU’s website the cost to attend NSU for four years is $43,068. That is assuming the student lives on campus for two years and off campus for two years. Broken down, that equals an average yearly price of $10,767. NSU’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness published a fact book on their website stating NSU’s average enrollment over the last five years is 8,630 students per year. Even if the price is broken down further to the semester price, once that number is multiplied by the average number of enrolled students, the amount is over $45 million per semester. Keeping that number in mind puts some of the student fees into perspective. 


Students reflect on Higher Education Day

Published 2/20/17

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Madison Durham, TNE Writer

Last Tuesday, 10 of NSU’s students spent the day in Oklahoma City for Higher Education Day. Higher Education Day is when students, university faculty, and state officials meet to discuss various topics affecting universities all over Oklahoma. They began the day with a luncheon with senators and representatives from areas throughout Oklahoma. During that time, the students had the opportunity to ask questions about higher education. 

Broken Arrow Rose District continues to expand and develop

Published 2/17/17

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Kelsey Baucom, TNE Writer

Last year was a busy and exciting time for residents and business owners of the downtown Broken Arrow area, a place that has recently taken on the charming title of the Rose District. City manager Michael Spurgeon and the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce have considered the expansion to be a success so far. The goal was to improve the downtown area in ways that would bring more people to shop, eat and gather.

RiverHawk Jam welcomes high school students

Published 2/16/17

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Kayleigh Snider, TNE Writer

Every year, RiverHawk Jam brings hundreds of students to NSU’s campus. Students from over 80 high schools around Oklahoma and surrounding states come visit NSU and see the campus. Coming to RiverHawk jam is a different experience than coming for a normal tour. High school students are given a T-shirt and tickets to the men’s and women’s basketball games. High school students get to feel the atmosphere of actually being in college and at a college event.


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