First Lady Jennifer Maggio announced her service project “Forks Up for Literacy,” a campaign with a goal of collecting 1,884 books for children ages five to 15. She plans to hold an annual collection for the 1884 campaign at the first home football game every year.Continue Reading

Surrounded by family and friends, Harris “Coach Black” Wilson Jr. was honored on Aug. 29 as Natchitoches’ “Hometown Hero” for his actions during a recent house fire that destroyed almost everything.Continue Reading

Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) students finally got the first look at their newly-renovated dorms during campus move-in on Saturday, Aug. 19. Varnado Hall reopened in time for student move-in, but parts of the building were still under construction and blocked off from students.Continue Reading

The winners of the uncontested races are current SGA Vice President Otha Tré Nelson, a junior pursuing a liberal arts degree with a concentration in politics, philosophy and law from the Louisiana Scholars’ College, and current Secretary Trey Roberts.Continue Reading