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.Continue Reading

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, IContinue Reading

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 thinkContinue Reading

Thanks to their alumni chapter, Pi Kappa Phi fraternity is expected to break ground on a new house on campus within the next month. Wes Breeden, alumni chapter president, said the house will start being built around homecoming this year, and active brothers should be able to begin moving intoContinue Reading

Hey Vic, Money is getting tight now that the semester is in full swing. Do you know how to get a job in Natchitoches? Here are some places you can reach out to if you need a job in Natchitoches. – Student Employment Office. They’re located on the second floorContinue Reading

Mary Gaffney Contributing Writer   For the past year, our world has been especially rocked by animal prints, 90s and 80s patterns. Let’s keep that pattern trend going because fashion is all about experimentation. There are the usual prints and patterns to play around with for every season. Plaids haveContinue Reading

Kathleen Hilliard Reporter   Avery Tibbets thought about transferring schools to attend a university that had a student-run fashion show. So why not start one at NSU? Demon Designer, a new on-campus fashion show run by students, will debut in March 2020. This new addition to events sponsored by theContinue Reading

Thomas Celles Reporter   The State of Louisiana is under a state of emergency after three public school districts were hit with ransomware attacks. On July 24, Gov. John Bel Edwards issued a state of emergency after these attacks. As recently as Aug. 20, dozens of towns in Texas wereContinue Reading

Photo Source: WAFB TV   Thomas Celles Reporter   Eddie Rispone considers himself the “conservative outsider” in the 2019 Louisiana gubernatorial race. A businessman and a construction worker for his entire life, it’s only recently that he’s gotten into politics. From his humble beginnings, he has risen to become oneContinue Reading

Photo source: WAFB TV   Thomas Celles Reporter   Background Dr. Ralph Abraham Jr. has held more titles than most in his life. “Doc,” as he likes to go by, has held positions as a veterinarian, a medical doctor, a first lieutenant in the Coast Guard Auxiliary and Mississippi NationalContinue Reading