The NSU community experienced email disruptions last week due to the conversion from the university’s old system, WebMail, to a new system, Live@edu, by the Office of Information Technology (OIT).
On Sept. 13, a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house signified the official move of the Palm Beach Student Educational Center to its new location at 11501 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens.
Using foul language in the classroom isn’t such a “no-no” anymore. It could be due to students’ lack of respect for authority or professors trying to relate to the generation they are teaching. Or, maybe it’s just that some professors don’t care about acting professionally in class.
On Aug. 22, NSU athletics announced that Kevin Marsh resigned as head coach of the men’s and women’s golf teams in order to spend more time with his family. Marsh won a total of seven conference championships, as well as three national championships during his career at NSU.
Whether you are a freshman or a graduate student, you’re probably well aware that NSU doesn’t hand out money like it hands out flyers.
Football season started, and that means one thing: a new Madden arrived. It doesn’t matter whether you’re 40 years old or 10 years old, anyone who’s anyone enjoys playing this game. The newest installment to the series is Madden NFL 12, and you’re about to find out why purchasing this game is a wise investment.
If you’ve attended an NSU home soccer match in the past two seasons, then you must have felt the electricity and passion in the stands. The source of that energy comes from the Blue Legion, a group of hardcore fans who attend every home game and some road games for both the men’s and women’s soccer teams.
George V. Schedrin is a junior biology (pre–med) major and a chemistry minor, and he is involved with the Pre-Medical Society at NSU. He is of Russian descent and from Tacoma, WA, but he loves the beach and can’t get enough of Florida. He enjoys long boarding, surfing, snowboarding and spending time with his family. His favorite quote is “Don’t aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in it, and it will come naturally” by David Frost.
Students sometimes ask him what William the Conqueror, a man who lived a thousand years ago was like, but Ronald Brown, tenured professor at the Shepard Broad Law Center, is more than just a professor who has been at NSU since it was a war surplus airfield, he’s a professor who knows the value of history and flexibility.
When there are so many obvious choices of wanna–be movies out there where astronauts find aliens (“Apollo 18”) or sharks eat people swimming in a lake (“Shark Night”), it’s nice to find a seemingly unknown gem out there like “Seven Days in Utopia.”