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Broken Arrow, OK 74014
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Tahlequah, NSU Campus
April 19th, 10 a.m.
Between Seminary Hall and Bagley Hall, Alternate location: in case of inclement
weather, the dedication will take -place at the NSU Center for Performing Arts
Dr. Mike Chanslor, Dean of Liberal Arts - Silent prayer
Dr. Brad Agnew, emeritus professor of History, NSU Historian
Chief James Bell, NSU Campus Police/Director of Public Safety
Sgt. Manuel Holland, NSU Campus Police and an
EMT responding to the incident of the Oklahoma City Bombing
Broken Arrow, NSU Campus
Ap1il 19th, 1:30-p.m.
Grass sidewalk circle east of Administrative Services Building
The Survivor Elm
Where once it was simply an American elm tree providing shade in a parking lot, it soon became a symbol of resilience, having survived the Oklahoma City bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
on April 19th, 1995. Today, it continues to instill resilience, hope, and survival.
Please join us on April 19th to commemorate the 26th anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing
This event will adhere to NSU COVID guidelines.
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