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The Natchitoches Police Department will offer a three-day Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) course this month to aid in women’s safety.
The recent construction on Second Street may have inconvenienced some residents, but the proposed outcome of these developments will give Natchitoches its own amphitheater.
NSU's art department will be hosting guest artist Stephen Takacs, a professional photographer based out of Columbus. Takacs has exhibited his work nationally and is a very active member of the Ohio arts community. His photography includes the documentation of sculptures, paintings, art installations and even people.
With his groundbreaking performance on Senior Night, Woodley would be the player to remember, however. Two and a half minutes into the first quarter, Woodley made history.
Internet issues have plagued on-campus housing for years, and students’ complaints are finally being heard.
On Feb. 22, NSU celebrated the launch of its new Quality Enhancement Plan, a program to reaffirm the school’s accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
The Natchitoches Humane Society has recently run out of money for Spay Natchitoches, a program that provides partial or full-coverage vouchers for spaying and neutering animals with low-income families.
Many worshippers at the Islamic Center of Natchitoches feel safe despite a rise in concern about the safety of people who practice the Islamic faith.