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.
NSU Counseling and Career Services is offering a free mental health screening on Feb. 22, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., and Feb. 23, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in Room 307 of the student union. Those who come in for a session will be given a free mental health assessment by trained professionals.
The police department decided to remove traffic stops from the blotter to get information to The Current Sauce in a more timely manner.
The possibility of another budget cut to higher education hangs in the balance while the Legislature meets for their third special session in a year to solve the $304 million budget shortfall.
A 2016 NSU alumnus co-authored a paper published in the international peer-reviewed Journal of Undergraduate Chemistry Research about his research to discover drugs that could possibly stop the spread of HIV within infected individuals.