Leanna Coy News Editor NSU’s student media board met Thursday and selected Tifphany McClinton as KNWD’s spring general manager. McClinton is a sophomore English major with a concentration in film and a minor in theater. She has been involved with KNWD since she transferred to NSU in spring 2019. “IContinue Reading

Trinity Velazquez Viewpoints Editor “I really wasn’t expecting to be (general) manager,” Player said. “Through all the semesters that I was with KNWD, I wasn’t expecting it.” Player has been with KNWD since her freshman year, starting as an unpaid intern. When she first came to NSU, she was aContinue Reading

Brianna Corley Arts and Living Editor The semester is ending. There’s a lot going on. Finals are stressful. It’s almost hard to remember the other main event at the end of the semester: moving out. Packing may suck and tire you out, but you don’t have to completely move outContinue Reading

Mary Gaffney Fashion Columnist The holiday season brings events, parties and, not to mention, finals. To cheer myself up and prepare for the dread that final season that will bring, I like to focus on what brings me joy: fashion. But with seasonal depression hitting me like a truck, IContinue 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

PRO Sara LeDuff NSU Student  Should you give your best efforts during the ‘talking stage’ of a relationship? Heartbreak is inevitable. Anything can break your heart. We all experience death, loss and grief. The talking stage of a relationship can either end with a new relationship of heartbreak. You eitherContinue Reading

Thomas Celles Reporter Louisiana’s general election day is Saturday, and for in-state students from other parishes, this can mean a few things. For some students, it means missing class to make the drive home to fulfill their civic duties. For others, it is a day like any other but withContinue Reading

Leanna Coy News Editor Cane River Bar and Grill’s old location on Washington St. is now home to Venezia’s Garden, a new Italian restaurant in town. According to owner Audrey Villarreal, the restaurant should be open by this weekend. Venezia’s Garden will be open seven days a week from 11 a.m.Continue Reading