By Cherish Wilson. I wanted to be vice president of the Student Government Association because I wanted to serve the student body at a greater level than just as a senator. I knew that I was capable of leading others and wanted to work at my full capacity. My favoriteContinue Reading

On behalf of The Current Sauce, the editorial board would like to extend its congratulations to Maina Ibn-Mohammed for his service to the Natchitoches and Nigerian communities. Over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, he was awarded the MLK Jr. Award by the City of Natchitoches. The award was presentedContinue Reading

As the Executive Vice President of University and Business Affairs and 10 years of experience, Mr. Marcus Jones, J.D. has a lot of plates to balance. He taught business law before he became vice president. Because he came from the classroom, he always enjoyed working with students. One issue thatContinue Reading

“Sorry, I was lighting a cigar.” Otha Curis Nelson III—he goes by Tre—coughs, assumedly from the smoke. He’s home for the week of Thanksgiving in his hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and managed to find the time to schedule in a phone call. It is 10 a.m. on the MondayContinue Reading

By Kathleen Hilliard. The Martin Luther King Jr. march for social equality was hosted by the Center for Inclusion and Diversity and African American Caucus on Jan. 21. Students met in front of the Dr. Randall J. Webb Wellness, Recreation and Activity Center at 11 a.m. The march began thereContinue Reading

Natchitoches residents in search of a quick bite to eat now have a couple more options thanks to the openings of Cane Brake Café and Legacy Café. Cane Brake Café, located on Church Street, had its grand opening Nov. 5. The café is open Monday-Saturday from 7 a.m. to 5Continue Reading

By Jasmine Frazier. Sports are what make our world go around. It is crazy because a good football game can really bring the best out of people. Unfortunately, a player standing up for what they believe in can also bring the worst out of people. It’s crazy how something asContinue Reading

By Jacob Bennett, Trinity Velazquez, Anson Ballow, Samantha Clark and Cassandra Phillips. Last week, we ran an op-ed from a student on campus that received mostly negative attention. The feedback came from hundreds of students who strongly disagreed with the piece, which asserted that Chick-fil-A’s opening on campus was aContinue Reading

The SGA voted on legislation on Monday to rename the Student Activities Board the University Programming Council. Yonna Pasch, director of Student Activities and Organizations and SAB adviser, spoke on behalf of the organization. Pasch said the new structure will change the way the organization conducts its activities. However, the activities itContinue Reading

In honor of Black History Month, the Student Government Association is welcoming Kevin Powell as a speaker to encourage and support diversity on Northwestern State’s campus. He will speak on Wednesday, Feb. 13. Powell is a known writer, speaker and advocate of social justice. A New Jersey native, he hasContinue Reading