The tobacco-free policy was formerly implemented at NSU on July 1. This policy prohibits smoking and the use of any form of tobacco products on NSU campus; the policy applies to all students, faculty, staff and visitors.
At NSU, eating healthy can be quite difficult, as well as quite expensive. Most of the food options don’t offer readily available nutritional information to students and tend to charge high prices for items that appear to be healthy alternatives. So here are a few tips that will save you money and keep your waistline in check:
Calendar of events taking place on campus during the month of April
At first glance, Messi may not look intimidating, but there isn’t anyone feared more on the pitch. Let’s not forget, he may still have at least another ten years of magic left in the tank, and that my friends, is wondrous. It’s Messi.
When I think of this year’s baseball team I automatically think of an explosive offense, and for good reason. As of March 19, the team leads the conference in batting average, on base percentage, slugging percentage, home runs, and walks. This lineup has been demolishing opponents and even put up 20 runs in a victory.
We asked students what they liked or disliked about the University’s RecPlex. Here is what they had to say:
Submit your student club or organization’s events for the Onshore calendar by emailing: email@example.com. Only events for students, by students accepted.
Wondering who your favorite NFL team should draft come April? Well, on Jan. 28, you’ll have an opportunity to do your own scouting as the annual Senior Bowl, a game played by college football’s best seniors to show off their skills, will be played.