NSU will celebrate its annual homecoming with a week of events on Nov. 8-15, including traditions such as Flight Deck Follies, the Anything that Floats …
Undergraduate students can now vote for 2013’s Homecoming Royalty. The contenders for the 2013 king, queen, princes and princesses were announced during the first Homecoming …
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.
Luckily, the couple is not brain-dead and was very aware of what was happening to them. They understood the responsibility they should have in their position, and that it comes with criticism.
Students would paddle across the lake, pull their rafts out, put them back in the lake and go all the way around the university school and end where the Miami Dolphins now practice.
Well, NSU doesn’t have a football team, and that’s fine. I can live with that. For NSU’s homecoming game, a basketball or volleyball match would suffice. However, there won’t be a homecoming game at NSU this year. That’s right. No homecoming game this year. My question is simple. Why?
Last week, NSU celebrated its annual homecoming week. Students enjoyed traditions such as the “Anything That Floats Raft Race,” the men’s basketball homecoming game, the tailgate, homecoming dance, and a new tradition — the Deep Blue Fest carnival.