NSU President Dr. Chris Maggio happily announced Follett Corporation as NSU's new bookstore provider. But some consumers don't hold the Follet Corporation in high regard and have voiced their opinions on popular review site Yelp.
Some people believe the United States has long moved past the civil rights battles of the 1960s; others believe the fight is ongoing. Shaun King, a writer and activist, will give a lecture entitled "Civil Rights Today: The New Civil Rights Movement" to share his views on the issue.
The NSU Student Food Pantry is open for the semester for students in need of food. The pantry is located in the Trisler Power Plant that faces Magale Recital Hall, right under the tall smokestack with the "N" near the top.
Northwestern State, in collaboration with the Student Government Association, the city of Natchitoches and the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, has started a project to restore trees throughout campus, especially in areas deemed historic districts.
A brand-new Chicken Express opened on South Drive Feb. 5, giving Natchitoches residents another fast food option.
While students focus on their day-to-day lives, one group on campus has the future looming overhead: seniors. Gradfest and Career Fair on Feb. 6 is aimed at helping seniors with life leading up to and after graduation.
Students for Animal Protection will host a charity ball benefiting the Natchitoches Humane Society, hoping to help the organization care for rescue animals.
Louisiana is no stranger to budget crises. Once again, the state finds itself stuck in the middle of a dilemma that could greatly impact its citizens.
Northwestern State University named a new Miss Northwestern Lady of the Bracelet last week.