A couple weeks ago, I wrote an editorial critiquing Northwestern State University and discussing a few ways I feel we could be doing better. However, I’m a graduating senior, and I want to end the year on a positive note. So, I figured I’d talk a little bit about allContinue Reading

My time at Northwestern State University has been very good to me. It has helped shape me into the person I am today, and it will always be near and dear to my heart. Nevertheless we, as a university, both student and faculty, are selling ourselves short. This school hasContinue Reading

Junior Patricia Reed has been appointed president of NSU’s Baptist Collegiate Ministry, succeeding graduating senior Chase Slater. The transition was made official at a banquet the BCM held for its leaders last Thursday, March 14. “If I am honest, I was shocked,” Reed said of being appointed by Slater toContinue Reading

“Sorry, I was lighting a cigar.” Otha Curis Nelson III—he goes by Tre—coughs, assumedly from the smoke. He’s home for the week of Thanksgiving in his hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and managed to find the time to schedule in a phone call. It is 10 a.m. on the MondayContinue Reading

The constant chatter of hyped-up college students, so loud you can barely hear yourself think. Heat permeating the air from the number of people packed into such a small area. You may think I’m describing a night at the Pressbox, but this was NSU’s new Chick-fil-A Express on opening day.Continue Reading

Daeshon Gordon, a senior at Northwestern State University, died suddenly Sunday morning of currently unknown causes. A Jamaica native, Gordon, 22, was a Communications major and hurdler on the track and field team. She long aspired to be an elementary school teacher. She was “one of the sweetest souls IContinue Reading

By Leanna Coy and Jacob Bennett. A student was attacked Thursday in the University Place II parking lot. The student was exiting Iberville Dining Hall when a stranger walked up behind him. “I noticed someone walking close behind me, so I moved to get out of their way and beforeContinue Reading

In 2007, when I was 10 years old, my grandmother decided to get herself a Labrador. She named him Gabriel, after the archangel. He was the best dog in the world. My grandparents had been living with my mom and I in Anacoco, Louisiana, since I was five. It lookedContinue Reading

   After a 4-7 season last year, going up against a big team like Texas A&M might not be seen as the best strategic move. $515,000 says otherwise.    As previously reported in The Current Sauce, that is the amount paid by A&M to Northwestern State University to play theContinue Reading

The Student Government Association is holding a Meet Your Senator Day event on the Kyser Brickway Monday. The event, lasting from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., will offer students the opportunity to meet the Student Government senators who represent them on campus. “You can talk to them, you can askContinue Reading