Four years ago, when I was starting my journey into college, I thought Greek life was synonymous with a party lifestyle and would be the worst idea for me if I was serious about going to law school. My perspective quickly changed when my roommate convinced me to go to a rush event.
Best-selling author, chef and TV personality Anthony Bourdain spoke to a full house in the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center on Feb. 22 as the 24th speaker of Life 101…Personally Speaking, a series organized by the Office of Special Events and Projects that brings accomplished people in their fields to campus to share their experiences with students.
Relay for Life at NSU continues a series of events to raise money for the annual Relay for Life, a race supporting cancer survivors and caregivers, with the Jail for Bail event being held on Feb. 14 from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. on the library quad.
The undergraduate population at NSU is approximately 5,000. Each student pays $500 every academic school year in student activity fees. This means that undergraduate students have approximately $2.5 million reasons to get involved in campus life. Think about it as taxes. When you become a taxpaying member of society, will you simply pay your taxes and stand on the sidelines while the government does as it pleases, without voicing your concern and effecting change?