NSU international students form soccer team

Published 9/21/18

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Yikun Wang, TNE Writer

As more international students come to NSU, various international organizations continue to grow and develop. These organizations offer opportunities for international students to become involved on campus, make NSU feel more like home and participate in various extracurricular activities. The international student soccer team is one of them.

Sassy Hawks promote health awareness with a love for dance

Published 9/21/18

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Omar Ortiz Vega, TNE Writer

Sassy Hawks is a majorette style dance team at NSU. It was founded in spring 2011 by James Parker and Alyssa Wilkins and over the years the number of members has increased. The purpose of the team is to promote health awareness with a unique style of dancing. This semester, the Sassy Hawks consists of a group of women who share a love for dance and entertaining.

NSU embraces Native American history with the third annual Indigenous People’s Day

Published 9/21/18

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Colby Luper, TNE Writer

Plans for the third annual NSU Indigenous People's Day are in place, and it is shaping up to be another eventful year for the holiday. In 2016, NSU President Steve Turner officially declared that the university will observe Indigenous People’s Day annually on the second Monday of October. This would replace the traditionally recognized Columbus Day.

The Stonewall Equality Alliance embarks on social activism

Published 9/19/18

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Sebastian Cooper, TNE Writer

The Stonewall Equality Alliance introduces students to leadership opportunities for LGBTQ advocacy at NSU and in the community. The mission of Stonewall is to create an open environment to tolerance, while creating a support network for LGBTQ students.

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