Saturday’s football game saw students remaining after the band’s halftime performance. “I didn’t actually care about the game,” one student said. “We all knew they were going to get demolished in the second half, but I wanted to see if the team would skip out on the alma mater again.”Continue Reading

April 18 Complaint of Cardi B 0212 hours University Columns Student asked to stop “eeeoowwwing” April 19 Vehicle theft 1835 hours Chaplin’s Lake Thief was a squirrel and drove car into lake; car didn’t sink due to silt buildup Suspicious person 2153 hours Varnado Hall Was actually mold monster (thinkContinue Reading

On the heels of approximately $1.5 million spent on Turpin Stadium comes another six-figure check to NSU Football with the following memo: “not for Creative and Performing Arts.” Sports Press said the donor wished to remain anonymous, but that he or she had been in a CAPA building once and “could feel theContinue Reading

The 108th volume of Potpourri, NSU’s official yearbook, will be available to students near the end of April. Each student can claim a copy of the book at no additional charge; the cost is included in student fees. Potpourri Editor-in-Chief Kierstin Richter says the new book doesn’t have a theme,Continue Reading

Spending the least on utilities in the University of Louisiana System is Northwestern State University. The school has seen a consistent decrease in utility spending since 2014 based on UL System and NSU data. NSU Physical Plant Director Dave Wohletz partly attributes this to widespread use of efficient LED lightbulbsContinue Reading

Jacob Ellis and Cherish Wilson have been elected Student Government Association president and vice president, respectively, for the 2018-2019 school year. Both ran uncontested, making this the fourth consecutive year for the president and vice president to be elected without a student body vote. SGA advisor Shayne Creppel said behind-the-scenesContinue Reading

The Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, caught the nation’s attention, like other school shootings. But this time, the gun control movement gained traction in a way never seen before. More than 700 March for Our Lives protests nationwide occurred Saturday to catch lawmakers’Continue Reading

What started as a simple Student Government Association resolution to honor the late Dr. Randall J. Webb turned into a series of activities on what would have been his 75th birthday, March 20. He died of cancer on Nov. 18, 2015, less than a year after his retirement. Sponsored byContinue Reading

Capped by some of the teams’ best-ever performances in the Southland Conference Indoor Championships, Demon Track and Field is set up to have a successful outdoor stint this spring. The women’s second-place finish at the championships was the highest in history, according to the team’s Twitter, and the men’s rankContinue Reading

Some people believe the United States has long moved past the civil rights battles of the 1960s; others believe the fight is ongoing. Shaun King, a writer and activist, will give a lecture entitled “Civil Rights Today: The New Civil Rights Movement” to share his views on the issue.Continue Reading