Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor Debuting Feb. 12 at the Fine Arts Auditorium in the A.A. Fredericks Arts Center, the dance-focused “Moving Through Time” aims to entertain and provoke. “Moving Through Time” will explore time in all capacities – spending it, wasting it and never getting it back. DancersContinue Reading

Mary Gaffney  Fashion Columnist  Look, I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve laid in bed, not wanting to move or think, much less go to class in a cute outfit. The idea of throwing on leggings, an oversized shirt and sneakers enters my mind, but I stop. GettingContinue Reading

Thomas Celles Viewpoints Editor In October 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a statement claiming that we had approximately 12 years to fundamentally alter human society in order to limit global warming to below 1.5 degrees Celsius. A year and a half later, no progress has been madeContinue Reading

Submitted and Staff Reports Northwestern State University women’s basketball coach Jordan Dupuy has resigned and will be placed on leave for the remainder of his contract, which expires on April 30. According to a Jan. 26 press release, “a mutual decision was reached between Dupuy and the NSU administration toContinue Reading

Staff reports The Natchitoches Police Department has identified a suspect in a double homicide that took place Monday on Short Seventh Street. According to a Natchitoches Police Department press release, an arrest warrant has been issued for Jessie James Petite Jr., who is charged with two counts of first degreeContinue Reading

Brianna Corley  Arts and Living Editor Drawing class sessions featuring live, nude models are set to return to the art department. Corbin Covher, assistant professor of sculpture and foundations, brought back the class and will be the instructor when it is offered in fall 2020. He said the program hadContinue Reading

Mary Gaffney Fashion Columnist Last year was a strange one for fashion. It reunited us with our roots, emo or not. VSCO girls and E-girls might be a thing of the past, but 2020 has a lot to offer us when it comes to fashion. Let’s focus on the classics:Continue Reading

Ruben E. Smith Contributing Writer Northwestern State University students can live, work and study in other countries through the university’s International Student Resource Center and Study Abroad department. Victoria Roderick, a senior criminal justice major, went to the University of Angers in France last spring. “Having the opportunity to goContinue Reading

Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor Whether the biggest novel sensation of the year is being adapted for a screenplay or a new X-Men movie is set to premiere, critics await with snobbish distaste and fans prepare to be scorned. Some people aren’t too fond of adaptations. Yet adaptation hasContinue Reading

In December, President Donald Trump signed a law that raises the age to buy tobacco products to 21. The law also applies to electronic cigarettes. Smoking puts everyone at risk Keator Poleman Digital Editor If you pay any attention to the news, you’ll notice how the smoking age gets broughtContinue Reading