Don Taft, business leader, philanthropist and namesake of the Don Taft University Center died on Feb. 20 at Holy Cross Hospital. Taft was 90.
A survey of 354 residential students conducted by the Undergraduate Student Government Association, two weeks ago, revealed that nearly 97 percent of those students wanted access to Skype, an online video chat service, on campus.
For commuter students, getting involved on campus may seem like a daunting task. But the Commuter Assistant Program, which started in July 2010, helps students with that.
NSU’s softball team opened the season on Feb. 8 with a 5-4, 2-0 doubleheader win against St. Thomas University.
The Undergraduate Student Government Association recently passed a resolution mandating that the Office of Facilities Management bill clubs and organizations for services rendered for hosting events within the fiscal year.
On March 24, NSU will participate in the Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run for the 26th time at the Huizenga Plaza in Fort Lauderdale.
NSU participates in “Florida Waterways Dance Project” Students in the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences will collaborate with students from eight other Florida art institutions …
Fred Lippman, Ed.D., chancellor of the Health Professions Division, is no stranger to receiving awards. Besides the ones hanging on his wall, he has 12 cases filled with them.
Preventing illness is about equipping the body with the proper immune boosters and knowing and practicing simple steps to guard against germs and bacteria.
Tyler Robert Conti is a freshman English and history major. His hobbies include water polo, reading, bicycle riding, swimming and running. He is an editor for Digressions, the student-run literary magazine. Although he is 6’4’’ he says he is “very bad at basketball.” His philosophy on life is, “Never forget who or where you are locally, nationally, internationally or universally.”