As a student at NSU, I have often struggled with finding a place to park on campus. After several failed attempts to score a space in the Kyser parking lot, I finally decided to take the advice of the wonderful students and faculty on the Student Concerns page and try parking at Prather.
After months of waiting, an episode of Bob’s Burgers finally loaded in University Columns.
During midterms week, students noticed advertisements on campus for a fundraising event benefiting the Natchitoches Humane Society. The NSU community is no stranger to having dogs to play with during high-stress times during the semester (see: Puppies & Papers), but the peculiar scheduling of the event caused Charlie Fontenot, The Current Sauce PR manager, to “call shade.”
3OH!3 surfaced from the depths of late-2000s hell at this year’s DemonFest. Since then, NSU students have relapsed into their scene phases.
NSULA Creative and Performing Arts celebrates as one of their students gets his big break: Jay Canova, slave to CAPA, has been cast as Dead Body #9 on an episode of Law & Order: Special Criminal Victims Unit.
Five hundred fifteen organized marches on six different continents will feature members of the community coming together to acknowledge the role science plays in society on April 22.
The City of Natchitoches will increase the price for safe drinking water starting in May.
After being reviewed by a website called Is It Bad for You, the quality of Sodexo's food has come into question.
Based on studies from the National Center for Education Statistics, 29 percent of college students nationwide come from households with incomes below $20,000.
Students and faculty present findings across disciplines