Indie games, to me, come in many shapes in sizes. When you have a team of independent developers that are establishing themselves for the first time, you can either get something that is low quality, clunky but inspired, or something that’s just fine. Luckily, “PatoBox” is none of these these and left me with an […]
NSU offers many opportunities for students interested in studying abroad. For students seeking a shorter commitment, summer study abroad programs offer the same benefits as fall and spring options in a four-week period.
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The Department of English, Foreign Language, and Cultural Studies will host its second annual LitCon March 21 in Orville Hanchey Gallery.
The written word has the ability to transcend time, but very few have the ability to remain relevant in this day and age. Tennessee Williams' play "A Streetcar Named Desire" is one of those pieces.
NSU students submitted their creative work last semester hoping to be included in the 2018 edition of Argus. This year's theme is "Languages."
Dr. Elizabeth Cummins presented her lecture "Not Your Mummy's Memes: Humor and Politics in New Kingdom Art" at the Louisiana Scholars' College March 7.
Sen. Sharon Hewitt, R-Slidell, intends to file a bill in the Louisiana Legislature that would combine all four of Louisiana's higher education systems into one, citing community and efficiency.
Author Denise Lewis Patrick says her career has been anything but “straightforward.” After earning a degree in journalism from NSU in 1977, Patrick moved to New York City where she has held several different jobs.