Latest Stories

Recent Stories

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⏵

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⏵

Monday, April 22, 2019

The Native American Support Center plans events throughout the year to benefit students. This semester, NASC chose to present a basic self-defense class for women. This event started as a start to address the number of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. In the United States and Canada, N… Read more⏵

Monday, March 25, 2019

The NSU Police Department is spread over all three campus locations with a 24-hour schedule. It is rare for the campus police to have a get-together. Chief Patti Buhl decided to take the opportunity to celebrate the holiday season with dinner to thank the campus police officers and recognize… Read more⏵

Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Friday, February 01, 2019

Even though Oklahoma is currently experiencing colder weather, for gardeners it signals the time to start preparing the ground for their upcoming crops.  Since some produce have suggested planting times as early as February, preparing the soil is the foundation for any grower to get a head s… Read more⏵

The Center for Tribal Studies, the Center for Women’s Studies and the History department invited Marilyn Vann, Descendants of Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes Association president, to speak on campus. Vann is known for her work within the judicial system, fighting the racial discrimina… Read more⏵

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

The NSU faculty council presents a unique opportunity for students to gain insight on the research that professors conduct outside teach class. These monthly presentations are titled “HawkTalks” and are born from a passion project by Dr. Pamela Louderback, library director of the Broken Arro… Read more⏵

Friday, January 11, 2019

Located on the edge of Tahlequah’s NSU campus, the Continuing Education program offers quality courses to anyone wanting to further their careers. CE classes are led by instructors that are qualified to help students through professional development.     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⏵

Monday, January 23, 2017

For seniors finishing their degree this spring, the deadline to apply for graduation has just passed. These students likely have their degree audit memorized by now and are excited to complete their last semester of school. However, many seniors are still unsure about what life after graduat… Read more⏵

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⏵

Sexual violence is a reality many people face. The statistics for sexual violence on a college campus are high. Statistics show 1-5 women will experience sexual violence on a college campus, while the statistics for men are 1-16. There are numerous options for a victim to deal with any sexua… Read more⏵

The elections are all over and the dust has finally settled. The presidential election and its nonstop drama seemed to hold the headlines hostage, depriving local elections of the amount of attention they normally would receive. Locally-elected legislators, and their representation of Cherok… Read more⏵

As college semesters progress students can begin to feel the stress of staying on top of their classwork and jobs, maintaining personal relationships and adapting to college life as incoming freshmen. Constant stress can add up and manifest in the form of anxiety or depression, two of the le… Read more⏵

As students return to classes after the holidays, groups and organizations on campus also begin preparing for a new semester. Formerly known as the Gay Straight Alliance, the Stonewall Equality Alliance is among those organizations planning for a successful semester. Read more⏵

In recent months, Tahlequah small businesses have expanded to the web. Small businesses have recently had to change their practices in order keep up with new trend of online shopping. Small businesses in Tahlequah have created social media pages and their own websites to try to keep up with … Read more⏵

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

The 911Shield app for Android or iPhone products is the official safety app of NSU and many other colleges or universities, but many students are unaware of all of the features that the app offers. The app can be used in emergency situations for on and off campus purposes. Read more⏵

Blue Star Mothers is a nonprofit organization that supports active duty military and veterans. The group is comprised of mothers, stepmothers, grandmothers, foster mothers and any female legal guardian who has children who are serving in the military or are veterans. Oklahoma has numerous ch… Read more⏵