NSU postpones The Straight Edge ribbon cutting

BY STAFF REPORTS
03/16/2020 09:15 AM
TAHLEQUAH – Northeastern State University Northeastern State University is canceling or postponing all public events through April 5. This will include the Straight Edge ribbon cutting that was slated for March 24.

Event organizers are reviewing plans and NSU will release any new information as soon as possible.

The Straight Edge, owned by Cherokee Nation citizen Emily Hullinger, opened its doors in early March and is available to students, faculty, staff and community members.

“NSU is constantly trying to provide new and exciting services for students to use,” Seth Clark, assistant director of Conferences and Marketing, said. “We believe this is going to do very well and should be popular amongst the students.”

For information, email auxilaryservices@nsuok.edu.

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