Ruben Smith NSU Student The Cane River Reading Series will host Zach VandeZande, a writer from Washington, at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Student Union Ballroom. He is the author of the novel “Apathy and Paying” and the new collection of short stories “Liminal Domestic.” His work has also
Mekayla Jenkins Photo Editor House Democrats are conducting an official impeachment inquiry into President Trump over contacts with Ukraine about Joe Biden, former vice president. Photo Editor Mekayla Jenkins interviewed Dr. Greg Granger, professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, History, and Social Sciences, about impeachment and how it
Results courtesy of the Secretary of State’s office Statewide Elections Governor: (runoff) Gov. John Bel Edwards and Eddie Rispone Lieutenant Governor: Billy Nungesser Attorney General: Jeff Landry Treasurer: John Schroder Insurance Commissioner: Jim Donelon Agriculture Commissioner: Mike Strain Secretary of State: (runoff) Kyle Ardoin and Gwen Collins-Greenup Amendment 1: didn’t
Last semester, the Cultural Exploration Organization provided clean water for kids in Nigeria by building them a well. Now, thanks to its latest project, the group has provided the kids with water bottles, mosquito nets and sandals as well. The Cultural Exploration Organization built the well thanks to generous donors
Louisiana residents will vote in the primary election for the gubernatorial race tomorrow where Gov. John Bel Edwards seeks re-election. While visiting Natchitoches last night at the Cane River Brewing Co., Gov. Edwards spoke about how he’s “absolutely committed to education.” For the first time in ten years, Louisiana has
Hailing from Magnolia, Texas, Kyle Moore is the son of a Southland Conference defensive alumni who decided to fulfill his dream of playing Division 1 football by joining the Demon roster after just one year at Navarro College. An All-Montgomery County Second-Team selection, Moore accompanied 61 tackles and three interceptions
Professors and unprofessionalism seem like two words that should never be in the same sentence. The unprofessionalism seen in some faculty and staff at this university has The Editorial Board raising our eyebrows and scratching our heads. We are all in the beginning of the hardest part of the semester.
Mekayla Jenkins Photo Editor On Sept. 27, eight women competed for the honorable title of Miss Northwestern Lady of the Bracelet. As Jourdan Waddell took her final bow as Miss LOB, she crowned NSU’s new Miss LOB, Madeline Grace Hensley. Hensley is a sophomore health and exercise science major.
I am not a man. I am 4’11 and maybe around 115 pounds. I know someone like me writing an opinion on a topic like this is not ordeal. I will admit that I have no idea what it means to be a man in today’s society. After all, I
Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor “I have been abandoned by God, stranded, toiletpaperless,” begins a poem of tragedy on the side of a Kyser second floor bathroom stall. This is only one example of the various scribblings from students across the walls of our campus bathrooms. “I think