Party GirlContributing Writer 6:05 p.m. Hey y’all, it’s your favorite Party Girl back at it again! But this time I’m not just going to any old party. Party Girl’s got her a mans and we are gonna get lit tonight. Love is in the air, the night is young andContinue Reading

Thomas Celles Viewpoints Editor In October 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a statement claiming that we had approximately 12 years to fundamentally alter human society in order to limit global warming to below 1.5 degrees Celsius. A year and a half later, no progress has been madeContinue Reading

Trinity Velazquez Copy Editor Walking out of Starbucks about a week ago, I passed three black women. I made eye contact with one and smiled but she didn’t acknowledge my existence. I thought to myself, “OK, rude much? I’m glad I don’t have that kind of black girl attitude.” Woah.Continue Reading

Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor Whether the biggest novel sensation of the year is being adapted for a screenplay or a new X-Men movie is set to premiere, critics await with snobbish distaste and fans prepare to be scorned. Some people aren’t too fond of adaptations. Yet adaptation hasContinue Reading

Thomas Celles Viewpoints Editor Right after my 12th birthday in 2009, I convinced my grandma to drive me to GameStop and let me get a game for my new Xbox 360. She agreed on the condition that she approve the game that I got. When we got there, I madeContinue Reading

Editorial Board  Students deserve to know what changes with their fees since we have invested so much money in NSU. Not telling students about the fee increase was a mistake. That may sound blunt, but it is the truth. A student body shouldn’t be informed about a fee increase throughContinue Reading

Samantha Clark Editor-in-Chief Hard-working. Driven. Passionate. From what I’ve heard, I can’t think of better words to describe Carley McCord. The death of Carley McCord on Dec. 28 garnered a lot of media attention. She was a sideline reporter for Cox Sports and ESPN, game host for the New Orleans SaintsContinue Reading

Trinity Velazquez Viewpoints Editor The holidays are said to be the most wonderful time of year, but that is a lie. They are the most stressful time of year. The holidays bring families together but also tear them apart. Family members you barely recognize come to town for a day,Continue Reading

Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor Clad in a leather catsuit and a switch-blade smile of red lipstick, our heroine slides in effortlessly in her stiletto heels. She sighs with a flick of her perfect curls and rolls her eyes as she professes with such coolness, “Boys.” She’s sexy, sheContinue Reading

Trinity Velazquez Viewpoints Editor It has been a rough 2019, my fellow Demons, but we got through it. Whatever happened, we got through it as a family. When we lost students last school year, we mourned together. When we welcomed new students, we all opened our arms. When we voicedContinue Reading