Students show shark pride on NBC 6

On Sept. 12 NBC 6 came to NSU where  275 students filled the Don Taft University Center with shark pride.

As a part of college week, which highlights colleges around South Florida, colleges around South Florida. NBC co-anchor of the news at 5, Adam Kuperstein and sports anchor Joe Rose reported on some of NSU’s achievement’s. The segment aired live durring the Wednesday 5 p.m. broadcast.

Rose interviewed Olympic swimmer, Esau Simpson, about his time in London for the broadcast. Simpson expressed happiness in taking part in the summer Olympic Games. Simpson said he and the rest of the NSU swim team were excited and looking forward to the start of their season.

President George L. Hanbury II also spoke to Kuperstein about the undergraduate and graduate programs that NSU offers and all the shark pride represented by the students who, he said, makes NSU really stand out.

Rose said that he sees athletics and sports programs around South Florida heading in the right direction.

“Many schools in Florida have become top recruiting schools and because of its weather and location many good athletes come and add on to the college teams,” he said.

Sara Gawish, senior marketing and management major and president of finatics, was amongst those that participated in the event.

She said, “It was nice to see all those students come together and represent our school. Shark pride all the way.”

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