MonthMarch 2012

History of campus art revealed

There are various art exhibits and pieces that adorn NSU’s campus. While most of these may be well known, such as the shark statue in front of the Don Taft University Center or the shark fin floating in Gold Circle Lake, their histories and how they came to be may be a mystery to some. To shed light on both the origins and history of the various installations of art around campus, The Current will explore the readily noticeable pieces in this issue and the more mysterious pieces found around the campus in a later issue.

What you should know about gluten

Fad diets come and go (think The 12-Day Grapefuit Juice Diet), but one that has celebrities buzzing is the gluten free diet. But, just because celebrities are doing it doesn’t mean you should. Here’s the lowdown about gluten and why you should (or shouldn’t) follow this diet.

STUEY award finalists

The 13th annual Student Life Achievement Awards will be held on April 17 at the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center. The event is an annual celebration started by Brad Williams, vice president of Student Affairs, more than a decade ago to recognize NSU’s community members who excel in scholarship, leadership, involvement, service, commitment, integrity and inclusion. Here are the finalists for the 2012 STUEYS: