Homecoming game recap: 4th quarter misstep makes Demonland not the happiest place on earth

By Cayman Watson Homecoming has come and gone and it was truly a magical week in Demonland. After multiple events, including the parade and pep rally, came the true catalyst of this week: the homecoming football game. Alumni, coming from far and wide, and current students pack Turpin Stadium to watch the Northwestern Sate DemonsContinue reading “Homecoming game recap: 4th quarter misstep makes Demonland not the happiest place on earth”

College Radio Day 2019

By ShaRay Brown College Radio Day is a national event celebrated by college and high school radio stations across the country. It is used to promote all the shows, articles, and activities that the staff have to offer, and also to promote students in a positive way. This also helps the staff of the radio station help othersContinue reading “College Radio Day 2019”

LitCon celebrates the field of humanities

By Ethan Lachney NSU hosted its third annual LitCon event at the Orville Hanchey Gallery on Apr. 12 and 13.  The convention was presented as a celebration of the humanities and included various workshops and presentations highlighting the importance of the written, as well as spoken, word.  In addition to lectures and panels featuring localContinue reading “LitCon celebrates the field of humanities”

Demonfest, how is all comes together

By Leron Massey The majority of schools have the often titled “spring fest”, a time where artists come from near and wide to perform on behalf of the said respective college campus which hire them. Northwestern State University’s Demonfest, however, stands to be an event which retains an identity all its own. Hosted by theContinue reading “Demonfest, how is all comes together”

S.W.A.T. hosts alcoholism presentation

by Ethan Lachney On Mar. 28, Students with a Target, most commonly known as S.W.A.T., hosted a presentation on alcoholism.  The event, which took place in the Cane River Room, came just days before spring break officially began at NSU.  The event served to present different types of alcohol drinkers someone may be or mayContinue reading “S.W.A.T. hosts alcoholism presentation”

DemonFest 2019 boasts heavy turnout with notable headliner

by Ethan Lachney The annual music festival DemonFest has come and gone once more at NSU.  The event began at 1 p.m. on Mar. 22, 2019 with contemporary Christian band Advance the Light performing on the small stage.  Other performers on the small stage included VALE, The Sweet Tea Band, VV$nipes, The Green House CollectiveContinue reading “DemonFest 2019 boasts heavy turnout with notable headliner”

Frog Pond finds new owner, makes changes

By Ethan Lachney The Quad Apartments, formerly Frog Pond Apartments, has recently undergone a change  in ownership, and with it comes a multitude of major changes.  The complex, which is under the umbrella of Asset Campus Housing, serves as a budget off-campus housing alternative for NSU students.  Each apartment consists of a living area, full kitchen, a washer and dryer, and four separateContinue reading “Frog Pond finds new owner, makes changes”

Mardi Gras is back in town

by Ethan Lachney Mardi Gras season has arrived once again in Louisiana, and the students of Northwestern State University are letting the good times roll.  With classes set to resume at noon on Wednesday, students will have plenty of time to partake in various events happening around the state, such as in New Orleans, whichContinue reading “Mardi Gras is back in town”

English department showcase celebrates new creative writing concentration

By Brianna Corley A program was hosted last Thursday which showcased the creative writing works of Department of English, Foreign Languages, and Cultural Studies in anticipation for the newly formed creative writing concentration to debut this fall. Audience members were presented with tales of lady death and her infatuation with beginnings, taught to use aContinue reading “English department showcase celebrates new creative writing concentration”