Mickele Mentz is a senior economics major. He was the president and founder of the Billiards Club. He is the public relations chair for the Society of Anime, Games and Entertainment, a senator for the Undergraduate Student Government Association, the president of the Interfraternity Council and the vice president of Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
If your book bag is heavy and your wallet is light, you’re most likely a college student. But being broke doesn’t have to be part of your college experience. Here are some ways to make extra cash.
Step into the waters, if you dare, and explore your artistic side with ArtSharks, the new art club.
Nobody wants to be called the biggest loser — unless that name changes your life for the better.
Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive. It’s not a bird, it’s not a plane and it’s not Superman — it’s First Lieutenant John M. Saindon Jr., a 2010 NSU graduate and member of the U.S. Army Reserve.
Tanya Stathopoulos is in her second year of the doctorate in audiology program at the College of Allied Health and Nursing. She loves traveling, volleyball and artwork and she speaks fluent Greek. She is the Fundraising Chair at the NSU chapter of the Student Academy of Audiology.
Ablaze is blazing a trail through spiritual life at NSU.
Clubbing is overrated and having dinner out can be overpriced. Who says a college girl has to go out to have fun?
The cost of gas, movie tickets, and club cover fees may make a guys’ night out seem like a corporate investment. However, low cash doesn’t have to mean low fun.
Timothy McCartney, Ph.D., associate professor of management at the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship, has a hidden talent: cooking. And not only can he cook, but he can cook well. So well that “The Bahamas in Colour” 2010 calendar featured McCartney as Chef of The Year for his peas and grits seabreeze recipe.