NSU students are opinionated about all kinds of things, from universal social issues to NSU-specific concerns. Sometimes, however, we Sharks just need to rant about …
With the increasing use of smart phones, texting and driving is rapidly becoming one of the greatest hazards on the nation’s roadways.
Texting while driving has become such a problem that it has brought about new legislation in various states. Many accidents are caused by someone attempting to “multitask.” I think I speak for the majority when I ask everyone to just put down their phone for a bit and focus on driving. But, just in case you can’t heed my advice due to your emotional connection to that iPhone, here are a few alternatives:
Here in Davie you’ve got to get where you are going. But if you’re a commuter this means that one of the most simplistic of tasks, driving, can turn into a fight to the finish that your education may depend on.
I was leery about riding with them, but Don, who was drinking too, assured me that he would drive carefully. My father always told me not to hang out with people who drink.
“Are you kidding me? Again with this nonsense!” This was my very thought this morning as I attempted to enter the parking garage at the east entrance nearest DeSantis. Merely getting into the garage is the least of my concerns on any given day. However, this particular morning reminded me of what appears to be an ever–growing number of occasions when, upon arrival at the parking garage, there is a long queue of cars waiting to enter the facility.
Policemen may have to change their catchphrase from “Put the weapon down” to “Put the phone down.”