Trinity Velazquez  Current Sauce Editor in Chief Haleigh Gates  Potpourri Yearbook Editor in Chief Student media works way too hard on the newspaper, the yearbook, and the radio station only to be as overlooked as we are. We spend hours in the newsroom designing and editing and all our hard workContinue Reading

Lora Luquet  Arts and Living Editor   “Ghoula,” a play on the word gala, will be performed online on Oct. 23 and 24. This Halloween event has combined the casts of the fall musical and play which were both cancelled earlier in the semester.  “It’s been really interesting being able to work with people that I’ve never worked with before,Continue Reading

Trinity Ford  Reporter  With Election day on Nov. 3 college students are preparing to make difficult decisions on when and where to vote.  “Majority of college students tend to not vote, however, our voice is one that can influence the polls,”  Courville said.  Senior Adam Courville feels that political opinions should be talked aboutContinue Reading

Kendall Caple    Reporter In the upcoming 2020 November General election the United States will not only be voting for President but the U.S. House of Representatives, Senate and amendments.  The options for the most discussed race, president and vice president, are as follows: Joseph R. Biden/Kamala Harris DEM; Howie Hawkin/Angela Walker GRN; BrockContinue Reading

Timothy Holdiness  Reporter  A first-generation student from a single-parent home, Destiney Williams says when you put in the work and put yourself out there on campus and in life, you will prevail.   Williams is the current National Pan-Hellenic Council President at Northwestern State University and the first female from the Divine Nine to be elected to theContinue Reading

Brianna Corley   Copy Editor  On Sep. 15, the Northwestern State University Athletics Department made the decision to pause five teams to help slow the spread of COVID-19. After a carefully paced return, the department returned to full operation after fall break.  Following the return of student-athletes after Hurricane Laura, Greg Burke, director of athletics, stated that he and the sports medicineContinue Reading

Mya Melancon  Contributing Writer Northwestern State University Student Government Association will host speaker Jonathan Davey to speak about his experience with LGBTQ conversion therapy on Oct. 13 at 6 p.m. via Cisco WebEx.     Davey said that redemption is something that God grants you, and explains the title of his speech, “Escaping Redemption”.   Davey said redemption is something he feltContinue Reading

Kendall Caple    Reporter Northwestern State University School of Creative and Performing Arts will present “Modern in Motion” VIII on  Oct. 16 at 6 p.m. and Oct. 17 at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. on the Fleur de Lis Stage on the Downtown Riverbank in Natchitoches.  Department head of theater and dance, and associate professor of dance, Brett Garfinkel said that in this era of COVID-19 safetyContinue Reading

Staff reports  Classes on all campuses of Northwestern State University will be held virtually Friday, Oct. 9 due to the threat of Hurricane Delta.  NSU President Dr. Chris Maggio met with state officials and other administrators in making the decision, according to an official NSU press release.   “I’m very grateful that president MaggioContinue Reading

Mya Melancon  News Editor  Cassie Tucker, a senior elementary education major at Northwestern State University, is hopeful that transitioning into Phase 3 will be good for the state but also recognizes that there are still some dangers present.  “If sports teams have to quarantine when one person tests positive, I feel likeContinue Reading