Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love the creepy and fun atmosphere. The lore that surrounds it is fascinating. Haunted houses, scary costumes, and horror movies are the hallmarks of Halloween. It’s meant to scare you.
When people die, loved ones cherish everything that was connected to them. For the families and friends of 1,100 of the nearly 3,000 victims of the 9/11 tragedy there is little closure. The remains of these victims have not been found.
It’s always been a mystery to me just how much Johnny Knoxville and his friends get paid to repeatedly get beaten in the genitals. But, if you liked “Jackass” and “Jackass 2,” then you’ll enjoy this one. “Jackass 3D” retains the previous films’ reputation for being amusing, gross and shocking.
Samantha Hill is a senior nursing major. Her hobbies include going to the park with her son and spending time with her family and friends. Her favorite poem is “Phenomenal Woman” by Maya Angelou.
Volleyball team will raise money for breast cancer During the Sharks volleyball game against Florida Tech on Oct. 29 at 7 p.m., “Dig Pink,” a …
NSU isn’t waiting for tomorrow’s leaders to rise on campus. They’re shaping them today.
After looking past the fictitious media-created image of a football superstar, the name Brett Favre brings to mind words like lazy, cheater and pitiful.
The owners and employees of Bash are serious about food. Instead of the sports channels that usually play on TV screens in many restaurants and bars, at Bash, the Food Network provides the viewing entertainment.
Halloween has Celtic and Catholic roots. It grew from religious rituals and European folk traditions steeped in superstition to a fun celebration of customes and candy. However, its ominous origin creates an opportunity for many to use their imaginations to carry on the superstitions through frightful stories and haunting gestures. Oct. 31 becomes a scary day. What is your most memorable scary story?
Usually, tough professors aren’t appreciated by their students. But self-described tough professor Kim Reed, associate professor at the College of Optometry, has been the college’s teacher of the year 15 times and won a Student Life Achievement Award in 2008 for professor of the year.