Holly Jenkins Reporter University President Dr. Chris Maggio announced that there will be a virtual commencement program on May 8, the day that ceremonies were originally intended to take place, followed by a traditional, face-to-face ceremony later this summer. On March 18, Dr. Maggio said that the commencement for spring graduates had been postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Following that announcement, the
The NSU Demon baseball team has continued to have a successful season over the last few weeks. The team currently has an overall record of 19-15 with a 8-7 in the Southland conference.
Students of the Louisiana Scholars’ College have been required to enroll in and complete three semesters of Science Seminar for several years. This semester, students are reading two books pertaining to climate change.
According to Louisiana Board of Regents statistics, faculty pay at NSU between 2013 and 2016 averaged roughly $11,600 under the state average for four-year public universities.
The 2018 Southland Conference season is off to a successful start for the Lady Demons after sweeping Lamar University in a three-game series March 9-10. The sweep was the team’s first in the Southland Conference since 2015, but not their first of the regular season.
NSU offers many opportunities for students interested in studying abroad. For students seeking a shorter commitment, summer study abroad programs offer the same benefits as fall and spring options in a four-week period.
Author Denise Lewis Patrick says her career has been anything but “straightforward.” After earning a degree in journalism from NSU in 1977, Patrick moved to New York City where she has held several different jobs.
Officials from Bossier Parish Schools and Northwestern State University signed an agreement on Feb. 6 called “Imagine the Possibilities,” a program that will help Bossier graduates fund their education.
The School of Creative and Performing Arts will present its spring dance concert entitled “The Five Senses” Feb. 22-24 and March 1-3.