On Jan. 31, the 10th Annual African Presence Exhibition, sponsored and founded by the Office of University Relations, will kick off NSU’s annual Black History Month celebration. The exhibit, entitled “The Benin: A Kingdom of Bronze”, will be unveiled at the Alvin Sherman Library and will feature brass, wood and terracotta artworks of five centuries.
For senior Eric Acevedo, baseball season will be a special one. The infielder for the NSU Men’s Baseball team is one of 11 seniors on the 2013 roster. The team is predicted to finish second in the preseason Sunshine State Conference coaches’ poll.
The NSU Travel Office, which has been affiliated with the national travel agency Universal Travels for 25 years, is a full service travel agency that is able to accommodate and prepare travel options for student, faculty, and the NSU community.
Stephanie Hammerman is a first year graduate student in NSU’s M.S. of College Student Affairs program and works in campus recreation. She hopes to combine her passions for fitness and higher education into a career that’ll enhance students’ mental and physical health.
The Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences’ next Distinguished Speakers Series guest will be Kathy Reichs on Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. in the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center.
Consider this scenario: It’s 1:00 a.m. and you’re driving back home from a long night of studying or working, and all you want to do …
Martin Luther King Jr. Day has come and gone, and February is quickly approaching. Posters of Dr. King, Rosa Parks and Jackie Robinson will soon appear in celebration of Black History Month.
“The Cowardly Lion asked for courage, the Scarecrow asked for a brain, the Tin Woodman asked for a heart and Dorothy asked for a way to get back home,” said Paul Kreppel, who potrays the Wizard of Oz in the national tour of the Broadway hit “WICKED”, which will play at the Broward Center for Performing Arts Jan. 30-Feb. 17.
Four radio manuscripts written by famed British writer Agatha Christie were lost in World War II. However, they were recently recovered and adapted into a …
“Les Miserables” was first a French historical novel written by playwright and politician Victor Hugo, and published in 1862. It was primarily written as a humanitarian piece that took place in 19th century France, and revolved around hope and compassion for others, even when all seems lost. It then premiered as a Broadway musical on March 12, 1987.