Trinity Velazquez Editor in Chief I’m the first black female EIC of this paper, and I feel that history has its eyes on me. The Current Sauce having a black editor in chief could not have come at a better time than right now.   With the Black Lives Matter movement in theContinue Reading

Tabatha Bowlin  Contributing Writer In the calm before each natural disaster, does everyone make responsible choices to prepare? Such as finding those flashlights, candles, and batteries. Do they call their insurance provider and make sure that everything is going to be covered if something does happen? Do they prepare an ice chest for perishablesContinue Reading

Tabatha Bowlin Viewpoints Editor The year 2020 has changed what many people took for granted. One of these factors is engaging physically or less than six feet apart from others, especially with your sorority sisters. Many of our very own sororities at Northwestern State University truly feel the disappointment of coronavirus restrictions. Let’s focus a little closer on my sorority, Tri Sigma.   Although Tri SigmaContinue Reading

I have debated over posting my opinion on this issue because as a student media leader my job is to remain unbiased, so my organization sends the message that it serves all students. Regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation or social standing, I have promised to do my very bestContinue Reading

Brianna Fife  Photo Editor  We’re in a dark time. Only essential workers are out, and students and many others are at home until further notice.  There’s a pandemic happening out there, and we’re not allowed to hang out in groups. If we see other people, we have to stay sixContinue Reading

Lora Leigh Luquet Reporter My mother has worked in one of the most male-dominated fieldsfor 34 years: sports journalism. For most of my childhood, she spent the majority of her time at sporting events, crammed in a press box writing diligent notes and interviewing athletes.  Despite all of her hard work and accolades she’sContinue Reading

Sadie LeComte Digital Editor I can hear my heart beating, thumping rapidly against my chest as I sit awkwardly across from this person I’ve known for less than a day. My stomach churns and I begin to feel queasy. “I don’t think I can go through with this,” I sayContinue Reading

Brianna Fife Photo Editor In fall 2017 I was dedicated to one goal: mine. I registered to attend Northwestern State University in fall 2018. I graduated from high school, and I was so excited to begin a new journey at NSU  and get my degree in graphic design. I haveContinue Reading

Thomas Celles Viewpoints Editor After a long night out drinking at the bar, people everywhere face the challenge of returning home. In most cases, the solution is planned out in advance. For others, they know they can rely on a night owl friend or call a cab if need be.Continue Reading

Finnley Plaster Circulation Manager Since early January, the coronavirus has been making headlines worldwide. It seems to be the news story that doesn’t stop giving, whether it’s what country or state has the latest reported case or how much money companies are losing because of it. I think that asContinue Reading