Current Sauce, NSU TV profile one of NSU’s first Black students

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NATCHITOCHES – The Northwestern State University TV News Service and The Current Sauce, NSU’s student news source, collaborated to provide the NSU and Natchitoches community with a special multimedia feature on Doris Roque-Robinson, one of the first Black students to desegregate NSU. The Current Sauce’s feature article and NSU TV News Service’s video was posted on purplemedianetwork.com on Feb.1.

Since 1914, The Current Sauce has provided Northwestern State University with the latest news, sports, entertainment and feature coverage. NSU TV News Service, the university’s official television channel, provides the NSU community with entertainment and news. Watch NSU TV News on YouTube and on Suddenlink Channel 22, CP-Tel Channel 55 and University Place 1 and University Place 2 Channel 8 and read The Current Sauce at purplemedianetwork.com.

Media team members who collaborated on the project are, from left, Colin Vedros, Naydu Daza Maya, Ashley Dufuss, André Ashley, Gregory Dodge and Brylee Brown.

The segment, titled “Doris Roque-Robinson:  A Champion for Education,”  can be viewed at https://purplemedianetwork.com/14402/arts-living/doris-roque-robinson-a-champion-for-education/