It’s been said that knowledge is power. Well, what is more powerful than spending a week you would normally use to do silly or unproductive …
The DisAbilities Expo’s main event, held this year on Oct. 6 in the Don Taft University Center and the Alvin Sherman Library, brought approximately 1,000 people to NSU’s campus.
While what you might see and hear about is the drinking, hazing, parties, irresponsibility and complacency, this is the exception rather than the rule; and I know this because I myself am a “Frat Boy.” I pledged an Interfraternity Conference (IFC) fraternity at my undergraduate institution. And from what I see here, there are three major issues that hamper the advancement of the Greek community at NSU.
Each year, the Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement in the Division of Student Affairs organizes the event and is responsible for bringing NSU organizations together in the spirit of community service.