Although cheerleading may not be as demanding as some sports, there are obviously still many athletic aspects involved.
The Department of English, Foreign Languages and Cultural Studies is hosting NSU’s first Spanish language film festival in conjunction with the Student Film Society and the Foreign Language Resource Center.
John Pearce is NSU’s Student Government Association President for the 2016-2017 school year, and he is nearing the end of his term. Looking back on his presidency, Pearce explained what the experience has been like for him. When asked how he has managed being both a student and a leader, his response was a very humbling one: barely.
Malik Metoyer, sophomore guard, tore his ACL, meniscus and LCL all in one workout three months ago. Before this major setback, Metoyer averaged 4.3 points and 3.8 rebounds per game.
On Feb. 22, NSU celebrated the launch of its new Quality Enhancement Plan, a program to reaffirm the school’s accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Argus Art and Literary magazine is excited to announce our 2016-2017 Constellations winners.
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One of the many hidden uses for student fees is the on-campus shuttle bus service, driven by Mr. David Chevalier. The shuttle can bring students anywhere they need on campus and has wheelchair access.
BUKU Music + Art Project returns to New Orleans on March 10 and 11, as will a few NSU students who have almost made the festival a tradition.