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.
Carrie Doussou, junior legal studies major, is an active leader on campus. She is the president of the Haitian Student Association as well as the treasurer for the Society of Astronomers and the Journal Club. Carrie also has a passion for writing. She is in the process of finishing a novel called “Elites” and she has competed in various poetry contests.
Fraternity and sorority members have gained the reputation of party people who go to college to get drunk and have sex. This reputation has been fueled by TV shows and movies like “Greek” and “Animal House.” However, the Greek system at NSU contradicts some of the myths that are perpetuated on the big screen.
Joshua Rasco joined NSU this fall as a first-year law student at the Shepard Broad Law Center. This native Floridian may have graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Humanities from Florida State University, but he is “a ‘Cane at heart.” Rasco has also been a drummer for 16 years, and plays in the band Thick Wet Fire. He hopes to practice intellectual property law when he graduates. His philosophy is “Life is short, laugh it up.”