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Monday, September 16, 2019
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NSU has many traditions during Homecoming Week that students, alumni and community members attend every year. One of these traditions is the BancFirst Street Party. This event is a festival that takes place at the Be the Change fountain at the main entrance of the Tahlequah campus. At the St… Read more⏵

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Isaac Burke, the Japanese club president, had the opportunity this past summer to study in Japan for two weeks. He thought it would be very beneficial for the club president to be able to help give other students insight through his experiences.  Read more⏵

Monday, September 09, 2019

The President’s Leadership Class is organizing their annual Fish Fry event. PLC is a scholarship organization made up of student leaders who were selected to be leaders while on campus. Fish Fry is a longtime tradition designed to engage the current PLC members with administration and PLC al… Read more⏵

StuMo, which stands for Student Mobilization, is a campus ministry organization that aims to help students grow in their faith and build their personal leadership skills. The organization is student-led and many of the students who lead StuMo use it as an opportunity to build friendships amo… Read more⏵

Since the founding of the NSU Honors Program in 2001, it has been a shelter for students who excelled academically in high school. While these students are rewarded for the effort they put into their studies, the jump from high school to college can be harsh to some Honors freshmen. In order… Read more⏵

Thursday, September 05, 2019

Rowdy’s Resource Room is NSU’s on-campus thrift store, available for any student to use. It was established in 2014 as the RiverHawk Food Pantry, but was rebranded in 2017 as Rowdy’s Resource Room when the pantry began taking gently used clothing and toiletries. When Michael Payne, coordinat… Read more⏵

On Aug. 2 the offices of the Center for Tribal Studies was relocated from the historic, 152-year-old Bacone House to the Zoe Davis House at 314 Goingsnake St. in Tahlequah. The Center for Tribal Studies made the Bacone House home to their offices in 1990 and have since had two thorough cosme… Read more⏵

The International Buddy Program is revisiting a past program this year. The program has been active in the past but International Programs wants to restart it again.  They are currently taking applications to become a buddy, both International students and American students. The applications… Read more⏵

Tuesday, September 03, 2019

The Northeastern Activities Board is having a movie night for students. This event is held every month and allows students to watch a movie at the local movie theater. Caleb Swank, Westville sophomore, serves as the small events chair for NAB and is responsible for organizing movie night. Read more⏵

NSU is known for is its affordability. Not only is NSU’s tuition fair, but 36 million dollars in scholarships and grants were given out in 2017 to help students achieve their goals of higher education. One of these scholarships is the Emerald in the Rough scholarship, funded partly by the an… Read more⏵

Students may be aware of the drama department’s various shows that are performed over the school year, but they may not know of the intriguing acts that the Sequoyah Institute brings to campus as well. The institute brings in a wide array of performers and entertainers from all over the country.  Read more⏵

Thursday, August 29, 2019

NSU students find fellowship and community through a program in Orlando, Florida. Kaleo is a nine week discipleship training program that gives students a new environment where they are able to grow closer to Christ and in themselves over the summer.  Read more⏵

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and NSU are partnering together to implement a pilot program that offers free tuition waivers for eligible concurrent high school juniors. The concurrent program features students in the 11th and 12th grade from multiple regional high schools o… Read more⏵

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Before entering their first year of college, most incoming freshmen have different questions about their new school. College has a different atmosphere than high school, so when students decide to earn a degree from higher education, they must get used to the college lifestyle as well as lea… Read more⏵

Monday, August 26, 2019

Many NSU students go on to achieve impressive accomplishments. Some become professional athletes, some start their own successful franchises and some go on to become decorated musicians. The ladder has recently been accomplished by NSU’s own, Kyle “Willyecho” Williams. On July 2, Williams co… Read more⏵

Captain James Bell, university police, started his policing career in Pasadena, Texas and retired in 2008 to work on the Tahlequah campus. As a child, he wanted to be a police officer and the passion for it stuck with him. After Bell got out of the army and started going to school, he saw an… Read more⏵

Monday, March 25, 2019

In 2017, NSU received a Tree Campus USA recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for their commitment to be a tree friendly campus. Since they were first recognized in 2010, NSU works every year to continue receiving this award. Read more⏵

Pi Kappa Alpha Theta Epsilon is working towards the betterment of student life on campus by starting off the semester with a bonfire. The event is open to their current members and any student interested. Pike recognizes a need for better relationships with their peers, so the event is desig… Read more⏵

Monday, February 11, 2019

Frankenstein, a live film, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, will be showing at the NSU Playhouse. The play is directed by Nick Dear, and is based on the Frankenstein novel by Mary Shelley. The Royal National Theatre in London filmed the play, and is known for high quality… Read more⏵

NSU is preparing to have their annual RiverHawk Jam this month. The RiverHawk Jam is an event where high school juniors, seniors and transfer students come to NSU to tour the campus, learn about the different majors, talk to professors, receive important information about scholarships and at… Read more⏵

NSU’s Write Club helps students by providing a place to fine-tune their writing skills. The club was formed in 2012 by students who wanted a supportive group to practice writing in all forms. A typical meeting is creating or using an existing writing prompt, and then giving writers time to d… Read more⏵

Saturday, February 02, 2019
Friday, February 01, 2019

Greek life’s biggest philanthropic event is back with a new theme, philanthropy and plans to surpass the amount of money raised in 2018. This year’s Greek Sing theme is Dancing through the Decades. Each group is assigned a decade and they plan their show accordingly. The philanthropy Greek l… Read more⏵

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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Families and friends in the Tahlequah community plan to gather for the annual Christmas parade and take a stroll in Norris Park where the Snowflake Ice Rink is set up.The Snowflake Ice Rink is one of the most popular attractions for families during the winter months. It attracts many NSU stu… Read more⏵

Monday, December 03, 2018

Native American students have an opportunity to get an inside look into the federal government with the Native American Congressional Internship. The internship is provided through the Morris K. Udall Foundation. The Udall Foundation awards several different scholarships, fellowships and int… Read more⏵

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Optional Practical Training is an internship that allows F-1 visa students to complete up to 12 months of training after the completion of a degree program. International students who study in the United States hope to get this opportunity after they graduate. The International Office are fa… Read more⏵

The Nutcracker, a classic Christmas story, is a fairytale ballet in two acts centered on a family’s Christmas Eve celebration. Alexandre Dumas Père’s adaptation of the story by E.T.A. Hoffmann was set to music by Tchaikovsky and originally choreographed by Marius Petipa. It was commissioned … Read more⏵

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Students who are looking to get involved with NSU organizations and make a positive impact on the Tahlequah community have the opportunity to get involved with the Cherokee County angel tree. The Cherokee County angel tree is an annual holiday assistance program that is designed to aid low-i… Read more⏵

Monday, January 23, 2017

The safety pin has been a symbol of solidarity with people of color, race, the LGBTQ community, religious minorities and anyone else who has experienced discrimination and hate. Recently, people across America have been wearing the pin in protest of Donald Trump’s election and to tell others… Read more⏵

Thursday, January 19, 2017
Tuesday, January 17, 2017

This semester a full week has been set aside for Career Services to notify students of services they provide to prepare students for life after graduation. Personnel from the Career Services office will visit appointed classrooms to inform students regarding career readiness. Help is availab… Read more⏵

Many students use Talon Charge to purchase textbooks and school supplies. Talon Charge allows students to charge these items using their student IDs. These charges are placed on the student’s bursar account, enabling payment at a later date or with financial aid.  Read more⏵

Northeastern Student Government Association is made up of 43 NSU students who serve their peers by discovering issues on campus, researching information and writing legislation to make change.  Read more⏵