Women’s History Film Festival concludes with showing of ‘Gender Revolution’

Published 3/28/17

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Madeline Jurus, TNE Writer

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Center for Women’s Studies at NSU has put on a film festival throughout the month of March, showing films that highlight issues and concerns with different groups of minority women.


Drug, alcohol possession on campus results in consequences

Published 3/27/17

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Shanna Kyle, TNE Writer

Being in possession of drugs or alcohol on campus can have serious consequences.  NSU is a dry campus. This means there is absolutely no alcohol allowed on the campus at any time. If students are caught with alcohol or controlled substances on their person while on campus, they can get arrested and face possible expulsion from school.


Turnpike Troubadours return to Tahlequah

Published 3/27/17

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Hannah Nielsen, Editorial Board

Turnpike for Tahlequah is a community concert event that will benefit the Tahlequah Area Habitat for Humanity and further their goals of building houses for Tahlequah community members. Five NSU Media Studies students are organizing the event on behalf of TAHFH. The featured band, Turnpike Troubadours, has agreed to headline the event as a way to give back to their hometown. The concert will also feature openers from Finches in the Attic and River’s Edge Band.

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