What in the world is beatboxing, you may ask? It’s pretty simple — I make percussion music, but I do not use any instruments. I make all of the sounds using only my mouth.
Marrissa Dybas is a freshman biology and communication studies major. She is passionate about science and helping others and aspires to become an osteopathic doctor. Most people would never guess that, by night, she is the lead singer of her own rock band.
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.
My name is Luis Felipe Perez and I was born in Bogota, Colombia. If I had to describe myself in one word, it would be “lucky”.
My summer was spent at one of the most interesting, innovative non-profits in the world. Although I spent almost all my savings at an unpaid internship, I saw the value of participation and community, and I am forever changed by the lessons learned and the people I met.
I vividly remember the day my mother was diagnosed, because that was the moment all of our lives changed. All at once, I had this indescribable feeling of panic, anger, and shock. Why was this happening? Why was it happening to my mother?