New Briefs – Sep. 15th

NSU launches new parking system

NSU’s new parking registration system is now available online. The system allows students and employees to register their vehicles in a contactless virtual format. After registration is complete, vehicle decals can be picked up from the One-Stop-Shop in the Horvitz Administration building. The Office of Facilities Management is asking for members of the NSU community to register their vehicles using the parking portal by Sept. 21. With the launch of this new system, parking citations will be suspended until Sept. 30. Students can find access to the Parking Portal in an email sent out Wednesday by the Office of Facilities Management. Additionally, more information and registration can be found under the public safety tab on NSU’s website. 


“Good Trouble:” Online panel discussion

On Sept. 21, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts will present a virtual event alongside the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center on the recently released documentary “John Lewis: Good Trouble.” The event will be a film screening, followed by a live virtual discussion panel with the film’s director. Additionally, attendees have the opportunity to rent the film prior to the event for a fee, with a portion of the proceeds going toward the Broward Center’s Road to Recovery Fund. The rental allows viewers access to not only the film, but two other videos on the documentary. The virtual panel begins at 7 p.m. and registration for the event is required due to limited space. If interested, more information and registration can be found on the SharkFins website.


Latino literature discussion

On Sept. 18, the Alvin Sherman Library will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a discussion led by NSU professor Reina Barreto, based on the poem “Estás Invitado y” by Carlos Cumpián, which highlights Latino American culture through its characters, cuisine and language. Cumpián is known for his poetry collections “Coyote Sun,” “Armadillo Charm” and “14 Abriles.” The discussion will be held online at 12:30 p.m. and is open to the general public. Those interested can register on the Alvin Sherman Library website.


All Write 2020

The Florida Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America and the Alvin Sherman Library will present the fourth annual All Write event on Sept. 26 and Oct. 3 at 1 p.m. The first event will feature author Nancy J. Cohen and discuss the core elements of creating a plot and developing ideas. The second event will feature author Janice Hardy as she explains why the middles of novels are troublesome and how to work around that. Both events are open to the public, but the Alvin Sherman Library asks attendees to register online due to limited availability. Those interested can register on the Alvin Sherman Library website.

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