We’ve all been there, being late to class or just skipping because the “real world” grabs you by the neck and drags you off campus from time to time. Unfortunately for NSU students, it seems like we’re a part of one of the few universities who monitor our classroom attendance like overbearing mothers.
“The Devil Inside,” while eerily reminiscent of the documentary-style Paranormal Activity series, makes for one epic scary movie that doesn’t fall into the typical, god-awful horror genre we’ve all grown bored of, and are a bit insulted by (Shark Night 3D (2011), anyone?).
Both the men’s and women’s golf teams wrapped up successful Fall seasons on Oct. 31, and will start competing again in late February. Despite several newcomers on both teams, the results were quite familiar to the NSU community.
t’s great to have a three-day weekend in January, but let’s never forget why we have it. Let’s never forget to honor the man who was born on January 15, 1929 and dedicated his life to ending social injustice and making us all better people.
Electric cars are great ideas in theory but they are not ready yet. BMW is doing extensive testing on a new prototype that will take far shorter time to charge and more efficiently use its limited range but that won’t be ready until 2015.
I made a prediction about a year ago that things were going to change in the student loan and education industry; based on being a student myself, having recently worked in financial aid and institutional collections, and also in enrollment service.
This week, Tech Corner does the leg work for you by comparing and explaining tablets and their usefulness. Tablets made their first debut with the Microsoft Tablet PC in 2002. Touch screen tablets never really caught on until eight years later with the iPad’s unveiling. Now, taking notes, looking up information, managing your life and organizing data is all done with simple strokes of a finger. The only question that remains then is “Which tablet is the best?”
Marketing is used in just about every facet of our lives. Businesses, organizations, and universities each have their own marketing department. This includes the realm of sports as well.
He finished the season with a quarterback rating of 87.1, which was twelfth best in the league. Keep in mind; he accomplished this without an offseason program and training camp since he was a late signing. If Matt Moore is the starting quarterback next season, I honestly wouldn’t have a problem with it.
Dougan said that swimming competitively is much tougher than most people realize.