Formerly known as The Edutech, it has grown into a maturer publication with 15 writers and 4 editors, with 10 other members including layout artists and webpage designers.
In its quest to fight for the students, The NORSUnian, has not only published stories about in-campus activities but columns and opinion articles regarding the present regime of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo administration and local and societal issues geared toward positive transformation of the City as well.
Negros Oriental State University, a state university in the province of Negros Oriental has the most number of students in the city, having a huge estimated population of 25,000 students from 5 satellite campuses of the state university.
The NORSUnian came into being as it was formerly known as The Edutech, a monthly student paper in 1983. As it evolved, several changes were made by the administration of Dr. Henry Sojor and since the conversion of Central Visayas Polytechnic College, to Negros Oriental State University, the paper was then published on a weekly basis from 10 to 30 members of the editorial staff.
Jessie P. Dolia is the current editor-in-chief of The NORSUnian. Other members of the editorial staff include Joeylen de la Cruz, Associate editor; Rujonel Cariaga, news editor; Jirah Kim Quinamot, Features editor.
Former Editor-in-Chief: Kenneth B. Pael, Maria Margarita Narvasa, Jeremiah It-it, Junrell Calunod, Merlinda Baliola, Aubrey Ozoa,Jessica Cornelia,Rolyn Jane P. Catanus
The NORSUnian curent adviser is Joy Perez.
The NORSUnian scholarship program, a scholarship fund given by the university is an aid given to the staff writers/members for their service rendered to the university to pursue its aim of bringing up "poor but deserving students." (NORSU dogma)