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NSU Honors Hispanic Heritage Month with Cultural Events for the South Florida Community

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Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is recognizing Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 – Oct. 15) by celebrating and learning about Hispanic culture through a variety of activities, most of which are on the univeristy’s main campus in Davie-Ft. Lauderdale.

Below are a few highlights of Hispanic Heritage Month. For a complete listing, please visit

Sunday, October 16

Pamir Guanchez y La Pachanguisima Concert, 2:00-3:30 pm

TheNSU  Alvin Sherman Library will host a Sounds of Venezuela concert with music by Pamir Guanchez y La Pachanguisima! Location: Miniaci Performing Arts Center, adjacent to NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library on the Ft. Lauderdale-Davie campus. Free and open to the public. Tickets can be picked up either at the Alvin Sherman Librarydesk or on the day of the event at the Miniaci Theater. Call 954-262-5477.

NSU Fort Myers Campus,

3650 Colonial Court, Fort Myers, Florida 33913

Thursday, October 13

Multicultural Potluck, featuring Puerto Rican/Cuban fusion main course from El Pilon, 11:30 am

Come out and enjoy a potluck lunch. Donation: $5 donation for meal and drink with proceeds going to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer and Project S.E.E.D. initiative which provides medical care and education to migrant workers (primarily Hispanic) in Immokalee, FL. Open to NSU students and staff. For more information, contact Sholondo Campbell,

Jacksonville Campus,

6675 Corporate Center Pkwy, Suite 115, Jacksonville, Florida 32216

Thursday, October 13

Hispanic Career Expo presented by The H.I.L.L. of Northeast Florida, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

The Jacksonville Campus will be sponsoring this Hispanic Career Expo which will give attendees the opportunity to meet with employers from across Northeast Florida to discuss immediate job openings with job seekers possessing unique bilingual talent.  While the expo is targeting Hispanic individuals, it is open to anyone in the community.  Location: Room 210. Free and open to the public. For more information, contact: Brooke Goehring at