If you’re anything like me then you welcome the holiday season with open arms. You get your colorful hand-knit sweater out. You schedule appearances at as many holiday parties as possible, and you look forward to watching the holiday classics. In order to help you fully embrace the most wonderful time of the year, here’s a list of movies to watch every day until Christmas.
NSU launched a virtual campus tour in Novemeber so that prospective students can visit the university without stepping foot on campus.
Since the Starbucks in the Don Taft University Center started a 24/7 three weeks ago, more than 40 students ordered coffee and studied during late hours every night.
In November, the Graduate Management Admission Council started offering the guide to the Graduate Management Admission Test in a digital talking book format for students who are visually impaired.
So you’re in beautiful, sunny South Florida. You’ve been to the beach, the nightclubs and the fancy restaurants. Now you’re wondering what else there is to do. Perhaps you didn’t know that the biggest and most important art show in the U.S. — Art Basel Miami Beach 2010 — happens right here.
Annette Lorraine Taylor-Spence is a junior communication studies major with a concentration in speech communication. She is a member of Delta Epsilon Iota, and her interests include writing and event planning. She also enjoys drama and writes Biblical dramas produced at her church. Her philosophy in life is, “Find a need and meet it; find a hurt and heal it.”
I discovered Neil Diamond when I was 13. Walking from class to class, I turned on my Walkman and listened to a variety of music from the ’60s. And I know that somewhere in that mix were my first Diamond songs such as “Cracklin’ Rosie,” “Sweet Caroline,” “Cherry, Cherry” and “Solitary Man.”
There’s something missing at NSU — Y chromosomes.
NSU honors FDA Last week, the College of Phar-macy awarded the Stephanie F. Aleong, J.D., National Patient Safety Award to the U.S. Food and Drug …
You may not expect a lawyer to have hot pink boas hanging on her office door. But Kathy Cerminara, associate professor of law at the Shepard Broad Law Center, does and above the boas is a banner that reads, “For peace of mind, resign as general manager of the universe.”