Mekayla Jenkins Photo Editor House Democrats are conducting an official impeachment inquiry into President Trump over contacts with Ukraine about Joe Biden, former vice president. Photo Editor Mekayla Jenkins interviewed Dr. Greg Granger, professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, History, and Social Sciences, about impeachment and how it
Results courtesy of the Secretary of State’s office Statewide Elections Governor: (runoff) Gov. John Bel Edwards and Eddie Rispone Lieutenant Governor: Billy Nungesser Attorney General: Jeff Landry Treasurer: John Schroder Insurance Commissioner: Jim Donelon Agriculture Commissioner: Mike Strain Secretary of State: (runoff) Kyle Ardoin and Gwen Collins-Greenup Amendment 1: didn’t
Last semester, the Cultural Exploration Organization provided clean water for kids in Nigeria by building them a well. Now, thanks to its latest project, the group has provided the kids with water bottles, mosquito nets and sandals as well. The Cultural Exploration Organization built the well thanks to generous donors
Louisiana residents will vote in the primary election for the gubernatorial race tomorrow where Gov. John Bel Edwards seeks re-election. While visiting Natchitoches last night at the Cane River Brewing Co., Gov. Edwards spoke about how he’s “absolutely committed to education.” For the first time in ten years, Louisiana has
Thanks to their alumni chapter, Pi Kappa Phi fraternity is expected to break ground on a new house on campus within the next month. Wes Breeden, alumni chapter president, said the house will start being built around homecoming this year, and active brothers should be able to begin moving into
Kathleen Hilliard Reporter Avery Tibbets thought about transferring schools to attend a university that had a student-run fashion show. So why not start one at NSU? Demon Designer, a new on-campus fashion show run by students, will debut in March 2020. This new addition to events sponsored by the
Photo Source: WAFB TV Thomas Celles Reporter Eddie Rispone considers himself the “conservative outsider” in the 2019 Louisiana gubernatorial race. A businessman and a construction worker for his entire life, it’s only recently that he’s gotten into politics. From his humble beginnings, he has risen to become one
Photo Source: WAFB TV Thomas Celles Reporter Going into the 2015 Louisiana gubernatorial election, no one expected the Democrat to win. Yet, after a longshot campaign that led to a runoff between him and former U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-LA), John Bel Edwards emerged as the 56th governor of Louisiana.