To celebrate students' accomplishments, the Department of New Media, Journalism, and Communication developed the New Media Student Showcase. Work is on display in Gallery 2 of the Creative and Performing Arts Annex through March 31.
To raise money for children in Africa and fund their trip to a national meeting, new business fraternity Beta Alpha Psi hosted their first annual crawfish boil March 16.
Calling all aspiring bloggers: The Current Sauce wants to give you a platform to brand yourself on "Nolia," a new blog subsection of our website.
Sen. Sharon Hewitt, R-Slidell, intends to file a bill in the Louisiana Legislature that would combine all four of Louisiana's higher education systems into one, citing community and efficiency.
Dr. Elizabeth Cummins presented her lecture "Not Your Mummy's Memes: Humor and Politics in New Kingdom Art" at the Louisiana Scholars' College March 7.
NSU offers many opportunities for students interested in studying abroad. For students seeking a shorter commitment, summer study abroad programs offer the same benefits as fall and spring options in a four-week period.
With a total of about 1,200 bookstores, Follett Higher Education Group has already opened its doors in the Friedman Student Union. While it prepares to move to 912 University Parkway – the Neebo building – Follett will provide Scantrons and other essentials to students.
Concerning the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, it is apparent now more than ever that NSU students need to be aware of our policies in case a shooter threatens our campus' safety.
The Louisiana Folklife Center was awarded a $10,000 Challenge America grant by the National Endowment for the Arts for the third year in a row; the grant will directly finance the 2018 Natchitoches-Northwestern State University Folk Festival.
Officials from Bossier Parish Schools and Northwestern State University signed an agreement on Feb. 6 called "Imagine the Possibilities," a program that will help Bossier graduates fund their education.