What does being 'student-focused' mean for the candidates of the NSU presidency?
NSU’s Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance is hosting a panel to talk about issues dealing with the current social climate
A studio lab for film animation, media studies and video production was recently created under the instruction of Associate Professor of Art Collier Hyams, who was originally hired in 2016 to build a new media program.
Cosplay is coming to Natchitoches on March 21 as part of the first ever LitCon hosted by NSU’s Department of English, Foreign Languages and Cultural Studies.
One of the many hidden uses for student fees is the on-campus shuttle bus service, driven by Mr. David Chevalier. The shuttle can bring students anywhere they need on campus and has wheelchair access.
The Natchitoches Police Department will offer a three-day Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) course this month to aid in women’s safety.
The recent construction on Second Street may have inconvenienced some residents, but the proposed outcome of these developments will give Natchitoches its own amphitheater.
Internet issues have plagued on-campus housing for years, and students’ complaints are finally being heard.
On Feb. 22, NSU celebrated the launch of its new Quality Enhancement Plan, a program to reaffirm the school’s accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Tuesday, Feb. 21, Fournet Hall was closed due to a chemical leak found inside one of the refrigerators that holds chemicals used for labs.