Robohawks and STEAM prepare future teachers for a new method of education

Published 11/1/17

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Taylor Brown, TNE Writer

STEAM, an up-and-coming method of wholistic teaching, encompasses science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics education. The purpose of promoting STEAM in the classroom is to teach children skills on a broad spectrum so they will be prepared for a changing workforce.

Students compete in stickball tournament

Published 10/31/17

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Valeriia Efimenko, TNE Writer

Stickball is a traditional game, a part of the culture for indigenous people. It was used as a form of war to settle arguments in earlier times. Now, stickball is more a social thing, a competition, not getting over any disagreements. The game is sponsored by the Native American Student Association. NASA gets a group together and practices on their own before the actual tournaments at Beta Field. Some members of the team play in leagues.

Wesley Foundation offers students a safe place to confide and learn

Published 10/31/17

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Valeriia Efimenko, TNE Writer

Over the years, the Wesley Foundation has had weekly Bible studies and discussions for all students to attend. The Wesley Foundation offers Christian Identity classes on Mondays and Sanctuary classes on Wednesdays. Students of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome.

Students become career-ready with help of Career Services

Published 10/30/17

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Taylor Austin, Contributing Writer

Career Services is a program at NSU that helps prepare students for the challenges of working in a professional setting by offering services and events that teach important skills valued in the workforce.


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