NSU Sequoyah Institute Performing Arts Series
Performers include violinist Densi Rushing who began playing the violin at age seven in her hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico. She attained degrees in both music performance and music education. She currently performs with Go for Baroque, the Oklah
When Northeastern State University emeritus professor of psychology Dr. Harold Aldridge Jr. was eight years old he broke his arm. His father, a Black World War II veteran, took him to the then Muskogee General Hospital seeking treatment but they were
NSU Sequoyah Fellow Lecture
Award-winning artist and 2022 Northeastern State University Sequoyah Fellow Roy Boney Jr. will present the Sequoyah Fellow Lecture at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 17 in the Redbud Room of the University Center.
RiverHawk Rally on Nov. 12, 2022
Northeastern State University will welcome prospective high school juniors, seniors, and transfer students to experience what the Tahlequah campus has to offer during RiverHawk Rally/Fall Preview Day on Saturday, Nov. 12.
Oklahoma Arts Council
The Northeastern State University Center for Tribal Studies has partnered with the Oklahoma Arts Council to present the Celebrating Indigenous Art Series during this year's American Indian Heritage Month.