On May 22, 2009, President Obama signed the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009. However, students may not know that the government has taken measures to protect them from some of the dangers of having credit cards.
A collection of crushed plastic bottles lay in a pile. Each discarded SEI-brand container resembles a 19th century soldier’s canteen. Back then, each canteen held water — a refreshing and prized commodity for any soldier engrossed in grueling combat. At first glance today, each bottle is merely a piece of empty, mangled plastic. In the eyes of Juana Valdes, however, each bottle is an essential component of a work of art.
Razor the Shark is not majoring in anything, but he is always on campus. He doesn’t just hang out here, he has represented NSU at games and campus events as the university’s mascot since 2005.
Cecilia Rokusek reminds people that Czechoslovakia is no longer one country. She should know. In 2008, she was appointed by the Slovak ambassador to the U.S. as the 11th honorary consul of the Slovak Republic — the second woman to take the title.
NSU to host DisAbilities Expo The 31 annual DisAbilities Expo will take place in the Alvin Sherman Library and the Don Taft University Center on …
Families packed the restaurant with more queuing in line to get in. A trio of girls giggled gleefully while having their faces painted. At the next table, children danced colorful balloon animals through the air. Amidst the palpable joy, heaping piles of pancakes, sizzling mozzarella sticks and bubbling apple crisps were delivered to tables.
Professional soccer players are getting younger and younger and it is causing problems.
You know Creed. You’ve heard “With Arms Wide Open,” (and if you haven’t, then you should) which catapulted the band to biggest-band-in-the-world status in the early 2000s. But do you know Scott Stapp?
Sometimes cartoons make life seem so much easier. Like when a character is faced with a tough decision and two little guys show up on his shoulders. One an angel, and one a little devil, and both offer some advice. All the character has to do is choose whichever he feels is best and then do it. The little guys disappear and come back whenever another crucial decision is approached.
Forget the wimpy vampires in “Twilight” who glitter in the sunlight and recite poetry. “Let Me In’s” young blood-drinker burns alive in the sun and would rather rip your throat out than hear Shakespeare. But, c’mon guys, she’s hungry.