Drama students use skills to tech Sequoyah Institute shows

Published 10/17/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

Sequoyah Institute’s motto is “Enriching lives through arts and culture.” It is the aim to enrich the lives of everyone involved, even the drama students backstage at the shows. For many years, students and instructors of the drama program have teamed up with the SI to assist in all sorts of theatrical technical aspects for the SI season of shows. Even though every show in a typical SI season is not a play, drama students are still able to help with technical aspects they have already learned about in the classroom like lighting or sound.

NSU women’s soccer continues strong start

Published 10/16/17

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Zach Cobler, TNE Writer

The NSU women’s soccer program is in familiar territory after their 10-0 start to the season. The RiverHawks started the season strong winning 10 straight, but they hiccupped after their first loss. They are now 11-2 overall and 5-2 in the MIAA after losses to the No. 2 ranked Central Missouri and an unranked Missouri Western State (12-2). They had the same start to last season as they went 10-0 to start the season and lost to both Central Missouri and Missouri Western State to fall to 11-2.

BCM takes fall break

Published 10/16/17

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Zach Cobler, TNE Writer

During fall break, many students will go on short vacations or go home to visit their family. A group of students from the Baptist Collegiate Ministry will be doing something a little bit different. These students will be giving up part of their fall break to go on a leadership retreat at Tenkiller Baptist Assembly.



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