Mary Gaffney Fashion Columnist The new year has started, and everything is on fire. It begs the question: How can I help save the world one piece of clothing at a time? The answer is simple, but it also can be expensive and take a longer time than just browsingContinue Reading

Trinity Velazquez Viewpoints Editor “I really wasn’t expecting to be (general) manager,” Player said. “Through all the semesters that I was with KNWD, I wasn’t expecting it.” Player has been with KNWD since her freshman year, starting as an unpaid intern. When she first came to NSU, she was aContinue Reading

Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor The semester is ending. There’s a lot going on. Finals are stressful. It’s almost hard to remember the other main event at the end of the semester: moving out. Packing may suck and tire you out, but you don’t have to completely move outContinue Reading

Mary Gaffney Fashion Columnist The holiday season brings events, parties and, not to mention, finals. To cheer myself up and prepare for the dread that final season that will bring, I like to focus on what brings me joy: fashion. But with seasonal depression hitting me like a truck, IContinue Reading

Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor South vs north – the divide which halves the United States spans further than simple squabbles about how sweet tea should be. From harmful generalizations to cultural debate, our separation stands out in many ways but none more prevalent than the gap in ourContinue Reading

Mary Gaffney Fashion Columnist It’s getting down to crunch time, y’all, and we all know that semi-formal events are around the corner. With all of the holidays coming up, I need to elevate my outfits. I love being able to look nice as I avoid my family members for ThanksgivingContinue Reading

Mekayla Jenkins Photo Editor Ellis Antoon is considered one of the gems of NSU by faculty and students. He began his career as a researcher after graduating from Louisiana Tech with a master’s degree in medical and health sciences. Antoon never really thought about becoming a professor until he realizedContinue Reading

Trinity Velazquez Viewpoints Editor Lots of students may only know Christian as the guy who takes RSO photos, but anyone in new media knows that he is so much more than the man behind the camera. Christian Boudreaux is a senior communications major concentrating in broadcast and digital media whileContinue Reading

Mary Gaffney Fashion Columnist Spooky time has come and gone. Now our tiny town of Natchitoches focuses on that fat man with gifts, but I like to stay in the fall mood. I keep chugging along with the fall vibes and good times. For me, Christmas begins once Thanksgiving isContinue Reading

Madelyn Dupont Marketing Director Steel Magnolias’ legacy still lives in Natchitoches 30 years after the film was made. “A lot of people say that the filming of the movie here helped jumpstart the revitalization of the downtown street area,” Kelli West, Natchitoches Area Convention and Visitors Bureau marketing and communicationsContinue Reading