Briyonna Collins KNWD Sports Director Shelton Eppler transferred to NSU in fall 2018. Having never played in Division I athletics, the junior quarterback quickly made a name for himself. In his first season with the university, Eppler started in nine games and threw for 26 touchdowns. He received honorable mention
Lara Schales NSU Student The new Steak ‘n Shake will take business away from Chick-fil-A because as much as everyone loves the Classic Chicken Sandwich, the hype for Chick-fil-A is winding down. Steak ‘n Shake will be something new and exciting. College students, like most people, love new things.
Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor In the emptied hallways of Kyser, JaKayla Lee stands outside the Students Services Office, rushed between signing paper-work, attending meetings and working jobs, always, always running. “I feel like I have more to prove,” Lee said. As a first-generation student entering her final year of NSU,
Thomas Celles Reporter From provost to adjunct, the faculty of NSU and other universities have a variety of titles that define their role and seniority. With so many different titles, it can sometimes be difficult for students to understand what each one means. At Northwestern State, the provost is
Albert Hewitt Contributing Writer The 2019 school year is officially underway, meaning that Demon football in Turpin Stadium returns soon. The Demons open up home play on Sept. 7 against Midwestern State beginning at 6 p.m. After winning three of the last four games in the 2018 season, the
Thomas Celles Reporter Other than graduating, Greek life is probably the best thing you can do in college. Don’t believe me? It comes down to statistics. Ignoring the lifelong bonds of brother/sisterhood, the amazing experiences, and the leadership opportunities that come from being Greek, the benefits boil down to