The 108th volume of Potpourri, NSU’s official yearbook, will be available to students near the end of April. Each student can claim a copy of the book at no additional charge; the cost is included in student fees. Potpourri Editor-in-Chief Kierstin Richter says the new book doesn’t have a theme, like some in years past, […]
After being a part of the online community, I would say social media has drastically dehumanized our population.
Social media is desensitizing the meaning behind the word “friend.”
We do not have our own values anymore; we have the values of whichever powerful figure has exploited us, and that just makes you think that the future is grim.
All too often we see A-list celebrities making the headlines alongside national tragedies. With both of these kinds of stories steadily increasing, there tends to be a mass divide in what people think we should be focusing on.
The NSU Demon baseball team has continued to have a successful season over the last few weeks. The team currently has an overall record of 19-15 with a 8-7 in the Southland conference.
Follow @thecurrentsauce on Twitter for live coverage of weekly SGA meetings.
Over spring break, I got the chance to play the recent "South Park" game "The Fractured But Whole," the sequel to the 2014 game "The Stick of Truth" based off the television show. Going into the game, I wanted to see if it was an improvement over its predecessor, and I was gladly proven right.
The Louisiana State Legislature began its regular session March 12. Aside from the Max Gruver Act and uncertainty of higher education and TOPS funding, three bills introduced to the floor in April could affect college students.