As members of the press, it is not our job to appease, and it is not our job to apologize if you don't like what we have to say. It is our job to report and push the envelope.
Both Rome and Teutsch agree the Miss Louisiana Organization and their experiences helped them grow in different ways.
One of the most important parts of the pride flag is that it is inclusive to everyone, not just a certain group of people.
Six students from NSU will compete for the title of Miss Louisiana 2017 June 18-24 at the Monroe Civic Center.
Louisiana’s history is under attack, and elected officials of the state ignored an opportunity to stop the culture cleansing.
Weather conditions continue to disrupt summer music festivals like Free Press Summer Fest (FPSF) in Houston, Texas, and Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Students at NSU's College of Nursing & School of Allied Health in Shreveport currently do not have access to on-campus food establishments, such as Vic's or Iberville Dining Hall, for example, available at Natchitoches' campus.
Annual Freshman Connection activities are quickly approaching with the first event of the summer taking place May 25-26.
Title IX Coordinator Lori LeBlanc is currently starting a new program on campus called Safe Haven, which helps students and faculty to offer safe spaces to students dealing with a number of issues.
As my time as a Demon ends, yours is just beginning. Here are a few things that I think you should know: