NAB plans spring semester

Published 1/22/19

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Taylor Austin, TNE Writer

The Northeastern Activities Board serves NSU by providing entertainment and educational experiences for students led by students. Their programming lasts throughout the academic year, ranging from two to four events per week. Most events are free for students to attend. However, some road trips require additional payment. In May, the new board members meet and plan activities for the entire year. Depending on the chair position, planning an event can range from making a few phone calls and reserving a room to securing multiple contracts with professionals.  The main goal is to provide students with engaging activities they can spend time doing outside of the classroom.

DisCarded establishes roots for upcoming semester

Published 12/6/18

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Sebastian Cooper, TNE Writer

The DisCarded student organization was established on campus this semester. Previously named Scrabble Club, the organization transitioned their name to the newly DisCarded to open up diversity within the organization for more board game genres. Its leaders are working towards creating an atmosphere that is welcoming and enjoyable for any student who wishes to escape college life and play a few games with friends.

Assistance animals become more common on campus

Published 12/6/18

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Jordan Gogo, TNE Writer

As time goes on, the American population continues to become more educated. With more people attending college than ever, there has been an increase in students with disabilities pursuing their degree. However, many of these students cannot complete everyday functions by themselves and rely on assistance from service animals.

NAB showcases cultural holiday traditions

Published 12/6/18

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Colby Luper, TNE Writer

The Northeastern Activities Board is presenting a cultural holiday wall during the final week of the fall semester. The purpose of the event is to allow students to explore and learn about holiday traditions from various countries. The holiday wall is inside the University Center lobby and is available for students to examine all week long during the last week of classes.


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