Bill Beckett speaks with Shane Rasmussen, Director of the Louisiana Folklife Center along with Jennifer Karle, CEO at Cane River Children’s Services in Natchitoches and Angie Corville, the HR Manager for Cane River Children’s Services. They present a Multi-Cultural Christmas tonight, December 3rd at 7 p.m. in Treen Auditorium on the Campus of Northwestern State University in Natchitoches. Information available at Louisiana Folklife Center or at (318) 357-4332. To contact call 318-352-9349.
Northwestern State associate professor of history John Price prepares Charles Goodnight papers in his office as part of a project with the University of Oklahoma Press.
A Northwestern State University professor has received a $50,000 grant to publish a three-volume set of the Charles Goodnight papers. Goodnight was one of the most prosperous and prominent cattlemen in the American West. The novel “Lonesome Dove” is a fictionalized account of a Goodnight cattle drive. Northwestern State associate professor of history John Price is sifting through thousands of Goodnight artifacts.
Northwestern State University director of bands will conduct the Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra for a studio recording of "Cane River Murals."
Northwestern State University's director of bands Jeff Mathews will go to Manchester, England, Monday to conduct the Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra in a studio recording of "Cane River Murals."
Steven Gruesbeck, director of service learning at Northwestern State, is chairing this year's Keep Louisiana Beautiful conference titled "Driving Sustainability for Another Ten Years."
More than 120 people dedicated to litter prevention and waste reduction in Louisiana will gather today in Baton Rouge for the 10th annual conference of Keep Louisiana Beautiful. The two-day conference was organized by Steven Gruesbeck, director of service learning at Northwestern State University.
Northwestern State University will dedicate two buildings at the heart of its Natchitoches, La., campus today. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and state officials are scheduled to be in attendance when the university officially opens the newly-renovated Caspari Hall and the Student Services Center. Combined, these projects cost $12.1 million. They were funded through state surplus revenue five years ago. NSU president Randall Webb said his university was ready to start construction, which was a plus when the state considered what projects to fund.