Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor “Songs for a New World,” a heartfelt piece following a non-linear plotline tied together by the threads of happiness and heartbreak, debuts today in Theater West. A theatrical sound cycle exploring crucial themes such as death, war, immigration and unplanned pregnancy, “Songs for aContinue Reading

Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor With Jack-o-Lanterns lining front porches, skeletons hanging from trees and the sound of a witch’s cackle floating through the chilly air, Halloween is here at last! Everyone knows the tales of Frankenstein and Dracula, but what are the spooks like for the more humidContinue Reading

Mary Gaffney Fashion columnist When it comes to Halloween, I know that there are many people who love to just sit back and relax with black and orange clothes as they watch their favorite spooky movie. I respect that. But let’s dive deeper and go all out this year. ForContinue Reading

Mary Gaffney Fashion columnist  All Hallows Eve is finally upon us, and I couldn’t be more excited. I’m the grab your candy corn, we’re going to get spooky kind of person. Halloween is my favorite time of the year. Yes, I was emo for four years of my life, whyContinue Reading

Kathleen Hilliard Reporter Whether you’re an incoming freshman or a junior here at NSU, you’re sure to have heard about NSU’s resident ghost, Isabella. Legend has it that Isabella, also known as the Ghost of Normal Hill, was a beautiful, young French girl who was very popular with the maleContinue Reading

Ellen Wells is a junior art major with a focus in studio art. She has worked at Dark Woods Haunted Attraction for four years. “I’m a scare actor so I scare people, but every now and then I go out to the haunt and help prep for the next timeContinue Reading

Zoe Tapp has two memorable moments on the field when performing to the song “You Are My Sunshine” by Johnny Cash. The first was at a high school competition, and the second was at Tiger Stadium. Zoe is a sophomore on the Demon Heat flag team. Her flag team careerContinue Reading

Mekayla Jenkins Photo Editor   Oh no, Stage in Natchitoches is closing! Now where are we going to find semi-formal clothes and cute, casual outfits for a night out? Where will we get last-minute slacks and dresses before an interview? Where will we find appropriate ‘parent approved’ outfits to wearContinue Reading

Thomas Celles Reporter   Kelly Krouse has worked for the Northwestern State Alumni Association since 2002 and comes to work every morning hoping she can make an impact on someone’s life.  As the Associate Director for Advancement, she handles many of the administrative tasks for the NSU Foundation and helpsContinue Reading

Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor   On Sunday morning nearing 10 a.m., the movie theater parking lot sits cluttered with cars where there should be complete vacancy. The door swings open to reveal Pastor Stephen Nelson offering a smile, a donut and direction to theater 2. With no movieContinue Reading