What started as just one semester abroad in France turned into a seven-month European excursion.
What better place to celebrate Louisiana culture than in the state's oldest settlement?
Any small town requires creativity when finding ways to occupy time; with a little research, students can find Natchitoches offers more than what first meets the eye.
Students from many departments represent the university across the globe with their temporary jobs, internships and study abroad experiences.
Out of 1,100 structures that stood in the New Orleans French Quarter, 856 of them were destroyed in a fire that changed the city forever on March 21, 1788.
John Pearce is NSU’s Student Government Association President for the 2016-2017 school year, and he is nearing the end of his term. Looking back on his presidency, Pearce explained what the experience has been like for him. When asked how he has managed being both a student and a leader, his response was a very humbling one: barely.
In the words of Pepé Le Pew, “Quelle est? Ah, le belle femme skunk fatale.”
Students in STEM fields at NSU can complete undergraduate research through the JOVE program, a special scholarship opportunity only available at NSU.
At NSU, we have multiple locations for lost items. For your pleasure, I've compiled a list of the most interesting finds.
If you ever find yourself wandering aimlessly around campus, wondering why you chose to survive four years of college, I highly suggest stopping by the brick path between Kyser and Williamson Hall.