Like any family, NSU has its own traditions. From academic to recreational, these annual, and semiannual, events will have you feeling connected to the NSU …
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.
When a facilities employee pressure-washed the path between the Parker Building and the Don Taft University Center on Nov. 8, he not only washed away paint, he also washed away students’ hard work.
Combine prizes, free food, live music and informational booths for NSU clubs and organizations and you get Sharkapalooza — a NSU tradition. The event is free and open to the NSU community. It was established as part of the Weeks of Welcome, a university initiative to familiarize new and old students with the campus and NSU organizations. Sharkapalooza will take place on Friday, Aug. 27 at the Don Taft University Center from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.