Scholars’ senior Caroline Shepherd (Fine and Graphic Arts) is selling some of her work this week! NSU’s Department of Fine and Graphic Art is hosting the annual Maker’s Faire in Orville Hanchey Gallery from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9 and 10 am.-5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10. Students and faculty from the department host the sale each December at […]
Scholars’ senior Meilyn Woods (Humanities & Social Thought) and junior Jonathan Gennaro (English) had their poems turned into visual art through “Words and Pictures,” a joint project between creative writing and art faculty.
Scholars’ Latin and Greek students went caroling around campus Tuesday, December 7. Director of Recruiting Vanner Erikson said of the annual event led by Dr. Davina McClain, “It’s not the holiday season until T. Davina McClain and her students sing carols in Greek and Latin!”
Johnson Defends Thesis
Congratulations to Cierra Johnson!
Cierra successfully defended her undergraduate thesis, “The Relationship Between Perceived Parenting Styles and Anxiety and Perfectionism in College Students” on December 7, 2021. Cierra will graduate next week with a B.S. in psychology through our Psychology Joint Major.
Louisiana Scholars’ College Distinguished Alumni Award – 2022 Call for Nominations
The College is now accepting nominations for the sixth annual Jimmy D. Long, Sr., Louisiana Scholars’ College Distinguished Alumni Award.
The purpose of the Distinguished Alumni Award is to recognize alumni of the Louisiana Scholars’ College who have
- exemplified the tradition of service shown by Jimmy D. Long, Sr., and/or
- distinguished […]
Congratulations Jackson Holoubek!
Congratulations to first-year Scholars’ student Jackson Holoubek! He performed beautifully in his solo on “Swing Low / Swing Down Chariot” with the Northwestern Men’s Chorus at NSU Choirs Fall Concert on November 16.
If you want to see Jackson in action, you can catch him (and other Scholars’ students) performing […]
Scholars’ Fall Celebration
Scholars’ students celebrated the Ancient Roman Festival of the grain goddess Ceres on Friday, November 12th. To make it more even more festive, they celebrated it as a Corn Festival, with corn-based foods, corn decorations, corn hole, and a corny joke contest with appropriate prizes. The event was sponsored […]
Alum Wins Award
Alumnus Hammond Lake (’17, English) is the writer, editor, director, and producer of “Zoomies.” The short film just won the “Best Horror Comedy” award at the Houston Comedy Film Festival. The short film follows former teen star, Adley Taylor, as she recounts the story of her return to the spotlight after she is bitten by a dog and […]