News Briefs – December 3, 2019

Razor’s Career Closet is now open

Dress to impress; Razor’s Career Closet is now open. Students who are in need of professional clothing for interviews, internships or any other necessary professional meetings have the opportunity to visit Razor’s Career Closet. The service is open to all NSU students and recent alumni with a valid ID. Students are permitted to keep one full professional outfit and borrow one accessory free of charge. Interested students must make an appointment ahead of time in Handshake under “Razor’s Career Closet.”

 

Nova Singers concerts for December

If you are planning on sticking around the local area for winter break, the Nova Singers, NSU’s very own volunteer-based community choir, will be holding concerts throughout December. The choir has approximately 140 members ranging from undergraduate students to senior members of the local community and a repertoire that ranges from classics to modern hits. The shows will be held at varying churches in the area on Dec. 6, 8, 10 and 13. Advanced tickets are $15 and $10 at the door. However, for NSU students with ID and children under 12, the show is free. Anyone interested in attending one of the Nova Singers’ shows can purchase tickets and see a full schedule online at https://www.nova.edu/novasingers. 

 

Movie marathon: Party like it’s 1999!

The Alvin Sherman Library will be holding a movie marathon on Dec. 7 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the second floor in the Cotilla Gallery. The movie marathon will feature three teen comedies from 1999. The event will also provide free popcorn and soda to enjoy while watching the movie. Those interested in attending must register online at https://sherman.library.nova.edu/. Go party like it’s 1999, but be weary because spots are limited!

 

NSU to host the Harlem Globetrotters

On Dec. 13, NSU is hosting the Harlem Globetrotters, a signature exhibition basketball team, on their Pushing the Limits World Tour. The show will be held in the Rick Case Arena in the Don Taft University Center at 7 p.m. Tickets for NSU students and members start at $27 and there are plenty of seats left.

Photo: D. Beale

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