The set NASA gave to NSU is comprised of about 40 pieces of space paraphernalia, including a titanium switch board, space food, an Apollo era glove, a shuttle laptop, spacesuit boots and, most notably, a $1.2 million computer.
On Nov. 15 NSU held a 48-hour drive, “Operation Shark Outreach,” in which about 50 boxes were placed in every major university building, including all campus residential halls, for people to donate items for those affected by Hurricane Sandy in the northeast.
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Eric Arckey, third–year law student and president of the SBA, said students recognized that the displaced community is not only in need of monetary donations or time, but food as well.
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