One of the biggest debates in our current society is what to do about our resources and the impact they have on the environment.
Instead of bickering over something so trivial as politics, we should focus on what we need to do to make our world better for generations to come.
Students of the Louisiana Scholars’ College have been required to enroll in and complete three semesters of Science Seminar for several years. This semester, students are reading two books pertaining to climate change.
While many students are unaware that recycling happens at NSU and in Natchitoches, the city plans to renew its contract with a recycling provider despite concerns of economic value.
If you’re a Northwestern State University student interested in helping the environment, you may find like-minded people in the Environmental Catalyst Organization.
Climate change and politics do not mix; we're just wasting time.
Chaplin's Lake has been the target of recent cleanup. The lake was dredged earlier this year, and a new water and sediment filtration system was set up.
Americans produced 254 million tons of trash in 2013. It is possible to cut down on the amount of waste sent to landfills through simple and effective lifestyle changes.
Despite recent advances in rights of LGBT persons such as the milestone Obergefell v. Hodges decision in 2015 that ruled same-sex couples have the right to marry, there are still many roadblocks in the way of equality.