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  • Shark Speak for April 19, 2016 | The Current
    time you have in college goes by really fast so you have to take full advantage of every opportunity Try to get everything you can out of being an NSU student Elise Swartout Mosher master s in business administration student Study over time and don t cram because cramming sets you up for failure Morgan Gifford freshman biology and marine biology major Time management is everything You have to learn to balance academics and campus involvement Mariah Knowles freshman finance major Prioritize what s most important and get that done first so you can come out on top in the long run Katlyn Magnotta sophomore biology major You always think you have more time than you do and then it catches up to you Don t procrastinate especially if you play a sport Bailey Corbin sophomore legal studies and international business administration major Step out of your comfort zone Don t be afraid to engage and talk to people I ve made friends with people I never thought I would have just because I made the effort to talk to someone Maddie Uilk freshman criminal justice major Rate my professor is a must have It s often really accurate and it can save you from taking a professor you may not like Nastassia Lefranc freshman biology major Don t be afraid to join clubs and organizations They open your eyes to many different things and allow you to explore leadership opportunities Plus it s a great way to meet friends You never know what opportunities will come out of it Tran Nguyen freshman accounting major SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Summer music festivals Next article Baseball law course based on faculty s new book The Current RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Everyone needs a role model Are you even

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  • Everyone needs a role model | The Current
    didn t matter that she admired her because of who she was and not what she did to make a living This exotic dancer stripped to support herself through college after dropping out of school for personal reasons She constantly promotes the importance of self worth and value It s as if people saw her as an advocate for exotic dancing when in actuality she was the complete opposite Society has a habit of conditioning people to think a certain way and then condemn them for doing so Girls in the millennial generation have grown up in a society that is fixated on women s appearances TV shows billboards movie screens tabloids and even music idolize the curvaceous women who wear revealing clothing but then when women aim to look and act like those women society criticizes women for thinking this is how they should dress Lately role models include exotic dancers explicit female rappers and women who are famous for being pretty each person is entitled to admire whomever he or she wants to admire People need to realize that others choose their role models based on relatability Deciding to look up to someone does not mean a person wants to be exactly like that individual just that he or she admires a certain quality that individual has WCW s do not have to be lawyers or full time activists as long as they re motivational to a person who cares what their profession is And many times seemingly provocative women are also entrepreneurs activists and businesswomen The problem is that that women s pasts and appearances blind society so much so that people do not see the ability these women have to be influential Not only is there nothing wrong with a provocative profession but women sometimes also use these fields to get where they really want to be and make ends meet For example exotic dancers can have other jobs be in school or are saving up for a better opportunity or to reach a goal It s hard to imagine they only do it for the sake of doing so Take Josephine Baker who was an exotic dancer in the 1920s After dancing for a few years she began acting served in the military participated in politics and supported the civil rights movement according to BBC News More recently we have women like Blac Chyna who openly admitted she stripped her way through college She is now a businesswoman with her own online boutique skincare brand and beauty bar according to bossip com Or what about Lady Gaga who in an interview with imnotobssessed com admitted that she not only did drugs but also stripped when she was 18 She also said that she would never advise other people to do the same but it was something she had to do in order to get out of her parents house and be on her own Now according to ladygaga com Gaga owns her own foundation Born

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  • Are you even reading this? | The Current
    you even reading this By Jenna Kopec April 19 2016 0 17 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter So wait You actually go to the library This is a question I constantly get from others as they watch me struggle to balance the five library books I have in tow Two are for research in my education class and three are for my term paper in physics I understand they aren t the most thrilling reading selections that the Alvin Sherman library has to offer but I don t really see why it s so surprising for me to use them How else am I supposed to get the information Please don t say the Internet Call me old fashioned but I m a total snob when it comes to books whether they are for academic or leisure purposes I m not saying that you have to spend your days leafing through Hemingway it just feels like nobody reads at all anymore And if you don t read at all I m at a loss at how you gain and retain information How do you learn the material for your courses I doubt you can get it all from lectures and videos How do you learn about the news I once talked about how to do research with a friend of mine and she asked how I found information on a hard copy book without pressing CTRL F on the computer keyboard which in hindsight is hilarious However in the moment I was astonished As much as I love the wide world of technology we have I feel like the easy access to information has tarnished our desire to seek it Why read the article when you skim the title for the main points Why read the book when there s a movie being released The problem is with the new mentality that everyone seems to have society only gets half the story it needs By not reading academically or casually we rob ourselves of digesting information mulling over ideas in order to come to conclusions We lessen our chances of being able to store that information And we make the process of writing down what you have to say what you know to be true useless I get that not everyone is going to know that you can check out 50 books at the library at a single time I get that not everyone wants to lug around five books It just kills me that nobody wants to even try SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Periods aren t gross period Next article Off Shore Calendar for April 19 2016 Jenna Kopec RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Shark Speak for April 19 2016 Everyone needs a role model Periods aren t gross period NO COMMENTS LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Log in to leave a comment Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji

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  • Periods aren’t gross, period | The Current
    secret Don t talk about them and don t hint that they happen As a matter of fact act like they re not something that occurs naturally every month like it s a despicable crime Society wants women to keep quiet not only about their periods but also about the tools women use to help contain them But pads and tampons are the equivalent of tissues or diapers yet society doesn t hold them to the same standard Periods get a bad rap They re gross not lady like and make women hormonal and rude plus the blood is just down right nasty right Wrong Women have to keep quiet about periods but they shouldn t be subject to embarrassment Imagine a girl is in class and her period comes unexpectedly Instead of feeling comfortable enough to ask her professor to be excused she sits there with fear boiling in the pits of her stomach wondering what will happen when she gets up and someone spots the bloodstain on her pants All girls have experienced their periods coming unexpectedly Sometimes a girl miscalculates forgets or it just comes early and next thing she knows she s struck with the feeling of horror as she has no products with her to prevent pant stains When that happens being dead would be less painful than the thought of having an accident One way to solve this problem would be for college campuses to supply free feminine hygiene products just as they give out condoms Students at NSU for example can pick up condoms in the health clinics the residential buildings and other buildings Why can t NSU also supply pads and tampons as well Providing pads and tampons for free on campus would make everyone happy people who cringe at the word period would know that women are keeping their gross blood concealed while women would be able to live period stain free According to U S News World Report NSU is 30 percent male and 70 percent female So providing pads and tampons for students will definitely send the memo that NSU genuinely cares about its student body Others especially very opinionated males constantly subject women to their judgment But it stops here Women have had enough It may seem meaningless to some but that s probably because those people have never had a period before Even if people can t get over the gross stigma and see that a period is a natural cycle in the human body the least people can do is provide women with the tools they need to conceal such a gross occurrence Photo credit pixabay com SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article NSU s Collaborative Team forges path of sustainability Next article Are you even reading this Roddia Paul RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Shark Speak for April 19 2016 Everyone needs a role model Are you even reading this NO COMMENTS LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Log in to leave a comment Follow Us

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  • The Current | The Current
    of the Shark Zone Athlete of the Week Sherrelle Jordan Out of the Sharkzone for April 19 2016 On the Bench Equal pay for equal play Finding Fitness Boxing Opinions All Faceoffs On the Scene Satire Shark Speak Shark Speak for April 19 2016 Everyone needs a role model Are you even reading this Periods aren t gross period Home Authors Posts by The Current The Current 314 POSTS 0 COMMENTS Editor s Note 2016 The Current April 19 2016 0 On Shore Calendar for April 19 2016 The Current April 19 2016 0 Out of the Sharkzone for April 19 2016 The Current April 19 2016 0 That time I auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance The Current April 19 2016 0 Shark Speak for April 19 2016 The Current April 19 2016 0 News Briefs for April 19 2016 The Current April 19 2016 0 In Our Own Words Diagnosing autism lags in some communities The Current April 19 2016 0 Off Shore Calendar for April 19 2016 The Current April 19 2016 0 News Anchor for April 12 2016 The Current April 12 2016 0 News Briefs for April 12 2016 The Current April 12 2016 0 1 2 3 32 Page 1 of 32 Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji Chantel Grant April 5 2016 605 0 Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Li Cohen April 19 2016 106 0 That time I auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance The Current April 19 2016 223 0 TGIF Shopper s guide to Black Friday Roddia Paul November 17 2015 1492 0 University School assistant coach found dead Li Cohen March 25 2016 436 0 Print Edition

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  • News Briefs for April 19, 2016 | The Current
    19 2016 News News Briefs News Briefs for April 19 2016 By The Current April 19 2016 54 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Change to shuttle routes Due to student suggestions and concerns at recent Town Hall meetings the Office of Facilities Management and the Pan Student Government Association made changes to two Shark Shuttle routes Beginning April 18 the evening shuttle which runs Monday through Friday will run until 12 30 a m rather than 11 p m and the shopper route shuttle will begin at 11 30 a m rather than 10 a m For more information visit nova edu nextbus or call 954 556 6654 Student wins poster competition for international film festival Bailey Glazer student in the Department of Performing and Visual Arts in the College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences won the poster competition for the Palm Beach International Film Festival Glazer completed the project as part of her typography course at NSU She won 500 Students take second place at international security competition The Association of Information Systems Student Chapter in the College of Engineering and Computing received second place in the finals of the Security Case and SAP ERPSim tracks of the AIS Student Chapters competitions at the AIS Student Chapters Leadership Conference Master s students Amaka Amanambu Steve Okeke Eweni and Nosakhare Abogun who are all in the Management Information Systems program represented the Security Case team and Francisco Gonzalez Maria Jiron and Jeffery Kwok who are also in MMIS represented the ERPSim Team Assistant professor published in scientific journal Robert Smith assistant professor in the Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography co authored the article Antibiotics as Selective Drivers for Conjugation Dynames and had his work published in Nature Microbiology The article is based on research Smith did about designing antibiotic treatments and discovering the risks associated using antibiotics The article was published in the April 11 issue Students help plan celebrity fundraiser Sport and recreation management students from the H Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship are helping to plan the Fourth Annual Cliff Floyd Foundation Celebrity Bowling Tournament The event which will be on April 24 from 1 to 4 p m at SpareZ will feature professional athletes and alumni as well as music prizes a silent auction and a raffle The top male and female bowlers will receive signed souvenirs from the athletes To register for the event visit cff30 com For more information contact Nancy Olson at onancy nova edu or 954 383 1132 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Everyone needs a role model Next article Internships 101 The Current RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Editor s Note 2016 On Shore Calendar for April 19 2016 NSU hearts the Broward Heart Walk NO COMMENTS LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Log in to leave a comment Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji Chantel Grant April

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  • Campus hospital approved by state judge | The Current
    all of our students Unlike Plantation General which only focused on traditional health services the new hospital would also focus on technology and treatment as well as research clinical trials and education for NSU students Hanbury said it will take approximately one year to obtain the necessary construction permits followed by two years of construction We feel the final hurdle to getting the hospital was the administrative judge s ruling Hanbury said By 2020 we ll see a new hospital open on our campus In the 77 page Recommended Order Judge W David Watkins wrote that part of the reasoning for his decision was that Plantation General Hospital is outdated according to Tampa Bay Business Journal The modern amenities of PGH s new hospital will significantly enhance the availability and quality of services when compared to its current facility he wrote PGH will be able to offer more specialty services within it current service lines and the relationship with NSU will attract quality healthcare providers to the area If approved HCA will invest over 400 million in the hospital which will be built around the Westside Regional Medical Center s free standing emergency room in the University Park Plaza and serve as the center of the NSU Academical Village According to a press release issued by NSU 200 of the 264 licensed beds from Plantation General an HCA East Florida hospital will be relocated to the new facility and while the new hospital is under construction Plantation General will continue to offer its services After the new hospital is completed Plantation General will solely offer emergency care at its current location In the press release Hanbury said the relocation of the hospital will provide easy access and far reaching benefits for the community Our faculty members and students are already making breakthroughs in cell therapy pharmaceuticals and the hi tech biotech areas he said Bringing this healthcare hub to our campus will provide the resource that leads to clinical trials to benefit our community and all of humankind Businesses and services at the University Park Plaza will be temporarily relocated during construction and only some will remain in their original locations as part of the Academical Village The village a 500 million project will transform the plaza into a 30 acre high tech research and office area featuring the hospital and emergency room as well as a hotel and conference center The plan for the hospital was announced in October 2013 but the hospital faced opposition from Memorial Healthcare System and Cleveland Clinic Hospital which have facilities in Pembroke Pines and Weston respectively delaying construction The mayor of Plantation has also made statements against the relocation saying that the move will be disadvantageous to Plantation s General patients as 30 percent of them reside in the area surrounding the hospital according to earlier reports by The Current Michael Joseph president of HCA East Florida said in the press release that this would be the first academic hospital of its kind

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  • Li Cohen | The Current
    Corner On the Bench Out of the Shark Zone Athlete of the Week Sherrelle Jordan Out of the Sharkzone for April 19 2016 On the Bench Equal pay for equal play Finding Fitness Boxing Opinions All Faceoffs On the Scene Satire Shark Speak Shark Speak for April 19 2016 Everyone needs a role model Are you even reading this Periods aren t gross period Home Authors Posts by Li Cohen Li Cohen 198 POSTS 2 COMMENTS Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Li Cohen April 19 2016 0 Summer music festivals Li Cohen April 19 2016 0 Defeat the heat don t skip a beat Li Cohen April 19 2016 0 Campus hospital approved by state judge Li Cohen April 12 2016 0 Race to Presidency Statements on trending issues Li Cohen April 12 2016 0 Race to Presidency Stances on abortion Li Cohen April 5 2016 0 Meet the Musicians COLOURS Li Cohen April 5 2016 0 Show off your strength with Kappa Sigma Li Cohen April 5 2016 0 Race to Presidency Responses to Brussels attacks Li Cohen March 29 2016 0 Is it simple to free your nipples Li Cohen March 29 2016 0 1 2 3 20 Page 1 of 20 Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji Chantel Grant April 5 2016 605 0 Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Li Cohen April 19 2016 106 0 That time I auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance The Current April 19 2016 223 0 TGIF Shopper s guide to Black Friday Roddia Paul November 17 2015 1492 0 University School assistant coach found dead Li Cohen March 25 2016 436 0 Print Edition Student Media Partners Archives by

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