Player of the week – Malin Broberg
NSU welcomed about 1,000 families on Sept. 23 to the main campus in honor of “A Day for Children,” an annual event that provides free health care related services to children under 15.
On Friday, Sept. 14, Edward O. Keith, Ph.D., associate professor at the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences and at Oceanographic Center died from carcinoid cancer. He was 60 years old, and is survived by his wife, mother, and two younger sisters.
Sandra Winkler, Ph.D., assistant professor of occupational therapy in the college of Health Care Sciences is more than just a professor – She is an inventor.
On Sept. 19, the Office of Undergraduate Student Success held its third annual Student Success Fair, an event to familiarize undergraduate students with campus resources.
Watching a couple of the “wives” in Love and Hip Hop, Mob Wives, Housewives of Whatever city, I am disgusted at the level of entitlement that these women exhibit. There is no feminism on these shows, and there are so many women willing to compromise their morals to remain in the industry and be on TV.
Recently a recording of Governor Mitt Romney discussing the upcoming election at a $50,000-a-plate dinner surfaced on the internet. In this video, Romney openly admits he believes that 47 percent of Americans will not vote for him no matter what he says or does.
Hunter S. Thompson’s extravaganza on the virtues of gonzo journalism in the hippie drug era remains a cornerstone of both enjoyable fiction and pseudo-realistic nonfiction. …
Vignetos Italian Grill in Weston is one of the better family-run restaurants in the area. It has a welcoming vibe and very affordable prices.