I vividly remember the day my mother was diagnosed, because that was the moment all of our lives changed. All at once, I had this indescribable feeling of panic, anger, and shock. Why was this happening? Why was it happening to my mother?
The Pre-Health Council will host a community-effort food drive from Oct. 22 – Nov. 2 to donate all collected goods to the Pantry of Broward Inc., a charity organization that aims at senior citizens’ needs. The council asks NSU and general community to donate non-perishable and canned foods for their cause.
Alexanria Palm is a native of Winnebago, Illinois. She is a third year nursing student and is captain of the women’s cross country team.
NSU hosted the FEstival of Chocolate on Oct. 13 and 14 in the Arena of the Don Taft University Center.
That girl who thought it was impossible to ever move forward, to ever get college credits, to change her life is, believe it or not, now a mentor. Quite frankly, I can’t believe it. I have found what I want to do with the rest of my life. And I can say with complete conviction that I love it.
The festival of chocolate will be held at the NSU Arena at Don Taft University Center, on Oct. 13–14, beginning at 10 a.m.
Recipe of the week!
How to make Baked Penne Pasta and Chicken
In Mark Z. Danielewski’s both mystifying and horrifying experimental fiction novel “House of Leaves”, color is only another part of an intricate puzzle spanning over 300 pages. Within the wildly formatted and sometimes intensely experimental pages of “House of Leaves”, a reader may become both lost and amazed at the surreal world painted within a book about a house.
Player of the week – Malin Broberg