A list of “top” events that took place in 2012.
The 2012 NBA Champions, the Miami Heat, continued their dominance against the Boston Celtics in their season opener on Oct. 30 at the American Airlines Arena, in Miami, Fla.
NSU will celebrate Homecoming Week from Nov. 4 to Nov. 10, with events designed for students to show off their shark pride, celebrate the school year and be a part of one of the most memorable college experiences.
NSU Athletics will honor five former student- athletes, who were selected by the NSU Hall of Fame Committee, by inducting them into the NSU Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 23.
President Obama and republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will face each other in a series of presidential debates on Oct. 3, 16, and 22.
The 2012 undergraduate convocation ceremony took place on Sept. 4, in the Arena at the Don Taft University Center at 4p.m., with 550 students, staff, faculty, and administrators in attendance, including President George Hanbury II.
A hairstyle can define a person. For this reason, people spend hundreds of dollars to get the perfect hair style. People will go to extreme lengths to protect their hair. Some only allow one person, whom they trust, to do their hair and have gone to the same barber or hairstylist for years. However, going to the same stylist for a long time can leave you with the same hairstyle. So to help you mix it up, here are trendy hairstyles to rock in 2012.
On April 20, from 8:30 p.m. – 4:30 a.m., participants will “cover Fort Lauderdale” with Kony paraphernalia—including flyers, posters, banners and bumper stickers.
I am writing not to thwart the efforts of this movement, but to raise awareness to actually researching something before committing to it. It is really easy to follow the herd and mindlessly join the growing numbers of the “Anti-Kony Campaign.” But if all you did to make an “informed” decision was watch the video—you have some homework to do.
You may have noticed it last year — 2011 was a bad year for movies. Sure, there were some “OK” titles and a few long awaited movies like “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” and “Drive,” but that doesn’t compare to the list of films being released this year. Not every big movie of the year is mentioned, but each one is sure to be an unforgettable, unique experience that will, hopefully, make up for last year’s dismal release performances.