The Arena at the Don Taft University Center was packed with music and energy on March 23 for the annual Shark Jam concert, featuring rappers Kendrick Lamar and Busta Rhymes.
Kevin Rafael Preciado, a 2012 NSU graduate, died at age 22 on March 24 of congestive heart failure, a complication associated with spinal muscular atrophy. …
Located in Ft. Lauderdale, Thai Spice has won many awards throughout the years and it’s easy to see why. The restaurant is consistent with creative, tasty dishes and chic atmosphere. It would be a perfect place for a romantic date or a work lunch.
On March 21 and 22, NSU celebrated student talent on campus with its sixth annual “NSUs Got Talent” show, featuring dances, vocal acts and other eclectic performances. After Thursday’s semi-finals and Friday’s finals, the a capella group Riff Tides emerged victorious, winning the competiton and a $1,000 prize.
NSU swimmers Erin Black and Oskar Nordstrand, both seniors, had never met until they transferred to NSU in the fall of 2011. Since then, the brother-sister-like duo has found their groove. The two not only train and go to school together, but they also share an apartment and almost identical schedules.
Here is a basic taco dip recipe and optional homemade taco seasoning. Use additional layers or ingredients –— such as lettuce, refried beans, green onions or salsa — to please your personal culinary palette.
Alex Gruber is a junior communications studies major. As a sports writer, Alex has learned to use his knowledge and love of sports to create well thought-out, informative articles. When he is not writing, Alex enjoys watching soccer and rooting for his favorite team, FC Barcelona. Alex is also the news and sports program director for NSU’s Shark United Television.
The NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship is in full swing and, as usual, is capturing attention across the country. It certainly deserves this attention, as every year, the event nicknamed March Madness throws a new surprise at us.
It is yet another symbolic, in-your-face political gesture from the fever swamp of foolishness we call Washington, D.C. If you want to see why the entire sequestration idea is stupid, you would have to look no further than the anounced ending of tuition assistance to active members of the U.S military enrolled in colleges this fiscal year.
Earlier this month, the Community Foundation of Broward’s Art of Community program awarded a $100,000 grant to the city of Hollywood, Fla. to create new artistic sidewalks, with a goal of bringinging together diverse groups within the city’s community.