Samantha Clark  Editor-in-Chief  Student Body President Jacob Ellis said the administration will re-evaluate whether to continue online classes or not on April 15.  “I encourage all students to remain calm during the shift to online-only classes and to pay attention to all official university announcements,” Ellis said.  He said theContinue Reading

  Maybe you were blindsided. Maybe you knew there were problems but thought you could work through them. Maybe you saw the red flags and ignored them. But it happened. You guys broke up, and now all you can do is listen to your sad music playlist and cry. IContinue Reading

Thomas CellesViewpoints Editor Samantha Clark Editor-in-Chief On Thursday, students’ classes were disrupted by visitors from Martyrs Memorial Christian Fellowship in Coushatta, Louisiana preaching on Kyser Brickway. The church’s pastor and five other members arrived on Kyser Brickway around noon. They brought two large signs adorned with Bible verses and aContinue Reading

Samantha Clark Editor-in-Chief Hard-working. Driven. Passionate. From what I’ve heard, I can’t think of better words to describe Carley McCord. The death of Carley McCord on Dec. 28 garnered a lot of media attention. She was a sideline reporter for Cox Sports and ESPN, game host for the New Orleans SaintsContinue Reading

Samantha Clark Unpopular opinion, women can also be trash. It’s a hard pill to swallow when the “men are trash” ideology is pushed heavily in the mainstream media. Whenever I scroll on Twitter, I’m guaranteed to see at least one tweet saying how men are trash. There are even accountsContinue Reading

NSU’s chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity is under investigation for hazing allegations. “It has been under investigation by university police since Sept. 26, and we are awaiting their report,” Director of Greek Life Shayne Creppel said. University President Dr. Chris Maggio confirmed the investigation. A spokesperson for the national SigmaContinue Reading

Louisiana residents will vote in the primary election for the gubernatorial race tomorrow where Gov. John Bel Edwards seeks re-election. While visiting Natchitoches last night at the Cane River Brewing Co., Gov. Edwards spoke about how he’s “absolutely committed to education.” For the first time in ten years, Louisiana hasContinue Reading

To incoming students, welcome back to NSU. To incoming freshmen, welcome to college. College is the time of your life. You’re in this weird limbo of having post-high school freedom while not quite being an actual adult yet. It’s great. Yet while you meet those life-long friends, fall in loveContinue Reading

NSU junior Jacob Ellis was sworn into his second term as student body president on Monday at the annual SGA banquet. Under his first term, SGA achieved many accomplishments including: organizing a clean-up drive for hurricane relief, hosting Leadership NSU, executing the Iberville Green Stage Project and creating a wayContinue Reading

Several students received recognition at the second annual New Media Student Showcase reception Wednesday afternoon. This exhibit includes DSLR and cell phone photographs from communications students and alumni. Awards for top three in DSLR, top three in cell phone photography, Best in Show and People’s Choice were awarded at thisContinue Reading