Over spring break, I got the chance to play the recent "South Park" game "The Fractured But Whole," the sequel to the 2014 game "The Stick of Truth" based off the television show. Going into the game, I wanted to see if it was an improvement over its predecessor, and I was gladly proven right.
Students of the Louisiana Scholars’ College have been required to enroll in and complete three semesters of Science Seminar for several years. This semester, students are reading two books pertaining to climate change.
If you’re a Northwestern State University student interested in helping the environment, you may find like-minded people in the Environmental Catalyst Organization.
Americans produced 254 million tons of trash in 2013. It is possible to cut down on the amount of waste sent to landfills through simple and effective lifestyle changes.
Cajun spices, savory seafood and lively music greeted attendees walking in to Prather Coliseum. The second Annual Flavor of Louisiana took place Friday night, with the proceeds benefiting NSU Foundation scholarships and different NSU colleges.
The Eyes of Argus is a weekly poetry column featuring content selected by staff of Argus, NSU’s arts and literary magazine published annually since 1976.
Get ready, spring breakers – our favorite time of the year is fast approaching. It's time for henna tattoos, Instagram stories, and binging of all sorts. I don't know about you, but I'm ready for some serious Netflix marathons.
Northwestern State University student Orlando Enrique Gonzalez Trucco was recently diagnosed with stomach cancer and is receiving treatment in Shreveport. NSU's Music Academy and Music Teachers National Association held a "Play-a-Thon" fundraiser Monday.