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  • Eco activist to speak via Skype to Northwestern's CORE, public

    November 4, 2014--Peter Galvin, an eco-activist who has participated in world-wide campaigns to preserve biological diversity, will be speaking to all Northwestern Oklahoma State University campuses via Skype Friday, Nov. 7, from noon to -1 p.m.  Galvin’s speech can be seen on Alva’s campus in Education Center, room 209, in Enid room 221, Woodward room 114, and Ponca City 130.  Galvin’s talk is open to all students, employees and the general public at no cost.

  • Best selling author and activist to speak at Northwestern

    March 27, 2014--Northwestern Oklahoma State University student organization, C.O.R.E. – Conserving Our Ranger Environment – will play host to speaker Julia Butterfly Hill Wednesday, April 9, from 7-9 p.m. in the Student Center Ball room.

  • Matt Deighton to speak on rebuilding Greensburg "green"

    October 1, 2013-- Matt Deighton, an author, entrepreneur and international speaker, from Greensburg, Kan. will be at Northwestern Oklahoma State University on Wednesday, Oct. 9, to speak on the importance of sustainable living.  Deighton will speak at 7 p.m.  in the Education Center (EC) room 109.

  • CORE to sponsor viewing of movie 'The Lorax' Thursday

    April 10, 2013 -- Northwestern Oklahoma State University students are invited to attend a viewing of “The Lorax” Thursday in the Education Center, room 109. Showtime begins at 7 p.m., and there will be free popcorn and Truffula tree seeds. 

  • E-cycling, beautification projects are main focus of 'The Big Event' March 31

    March 29, 2012 -- E-cycling, a new recycling event for Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, will provide a recycling service to area communities to dispose of their electronics in a safe manner during the “The Big Event” on Saturday, March 31.

  • CORE to help countries with literacy issues through book recycling drive

    November 16, 2011 - Conserving our Ranger Environment (CORE), a student organization at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, is once again sponsoring the Better World Books book recycling drive to benefit third world countries with literacy issues. The book drive started Nov. 9, and will run through Nov. 21.

  • Northwestern students, employees to clean up campus Friday

    Northwestern Oklahoma State University is teaming up with the Guard Officer Leadership Development (G.O.L.D.) Program and Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) and the Staff Council to enhance the Alva campus with hopes to “Guard the Environment” on Friday.

  • Despite cold conditions, 'The Big Event' was a success

    More than 470 Northwestern Oklahoma State University students and employees showed their support and appreciation last weekend during “The Big Event,” an annual day of “giving thanks” sponsored by Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE).

  • Recycling drives to be a part of 'The Big Event'

    Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) will be conducting recycling drives in Alva and Woodward as part of this year’s Big Event, its annual community service and clean-up day on Saturday, March 26.

  • Volunteers prepare for 'The Big Event' on March 26

    Nearly 500 volunteers from Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s three campuses are preparing for “The Big Event,” on Saturday, March 26.

  • CORE implements new aluminum can recycling canisters around campus

    Members of Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) at Northwestern Oklahoma State University have implemented the use of recycling canisters for aluminum cans in hopes to make Northwestern more “green.” 

  • CORE wins Environmental Excellence Award

    Conserving our Ranger Environment (CORE) at Northwestern Oklahoma State University was recognized and awarded the Environmental Excellence Award for Colleges/Universities with a student population of less than 15,000 for its efforts with “The Big Event.”

  • Recycling, used clothing drive to be held in conjunction with The Big Event this weekend

    Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s environmentally friendly group Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) is holding a recycling drive on Saturday, April 10, during “The Big Event,” from 9 a.m. to noon.

  • Free community improvement workshop to be presented at Northwestern

    Don't miss out on the chance to get organized, get going, get beautiful and get green by attending a free community improvement workshop sponsored by Keep Oklahoma Beautiful (KOB). Northwestern Oklahoma State University will play host to the KOB workshop on Thursday, April 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Student Center Ranger Room.

  • Northwestern says thank you with 'The Big Event'

    Nearly 400 volunteers from Northwestern Oklahoma State University are preparing for “The Big Event,” on Saturday, April 10, beginning at 8:30 a.m.  Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) members, students, faculty and staff are planning to say “thank you” to communities for supporting Northwestern. 
  • Northwestern receives national recognition for community service efforts

    Northwestern Oklahoma State University has been named to the 2009 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement.

  • CORE recognized by state for "Big Event"

    Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) at Northwestern Oklahoma State University is a finalist for a state award for the group’s role in the “Big Event.” The group was nominated by the Board of Directors for Keep Oklahoma Beautiful. Group advisers and select members will travel to Oklahoma City Nov. 17 for a reception and awards ceremony where the “Big Event” will be described and recognized.
  • Northwestern's 'Big Event' postponed until April 4

    Due to the possibility of inclement weather, the “Big Event” at Northwestern Oklahoma State University has been postponed until Saturday, April 4.
  • Northwestern's 'Big Event' to help community March 28

    Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) at Northwestern Oklahoma State University is encouraging students, faculty and staff to participate in “The Big Event,” on Saturday, March 28, beginning at 8 a.m. at the Alva and Enid campuses, and at 10 a.m. on the Woodward campus.
  • OG&E rep to discuss wind energy, renewable resources March 4 at Northwestern

    Oklahoma Gas and Electric (OG&E) representative Mike Sheriff will discuss wind energy and renewable resources at Northwestern Oklahoma State University on Wednesday, March 4, during the weekly CORE meeting in the Education Center, room 109, at 3:30 p.m.