While it’s been around for years, even decades, juicing and “detoxifying” is becoming a popular health and diet trend. Spartan Echo TV reporter Jenny Reese decided to give juicing a try and has this report on the detox craze.
Norfolk State University is sponsoring a program to make students aware of high risk behaviors and how to avoid them. Excessive drinking or binge drinking may be one of the most common high risk behaviors that college students engage in. Spartan Echo TV reporter Jasmine Amiker takes a look at alchohol use and abuse [...]
It’s been said that music majors can have a tough time finding work after graduation. Not so…if they position themselves correctly for today’s media marketplace. Spartan Echo entertainment editor Tony Batchler, Jr. looks into Norfolk State University’s music program to see how their students make practical use of their education after graduation.
People go to college for different reasons, but many students at Norfolk State University say NSU has been instrumental in improving their lives and giving them hope for the future. Ashley Myrick of Spartan Echo TV brings us this story of local and school pride.
Students choose Norfolk State University for many different reasons. Spartan Echo TV reporter Ashley Dillard talked with some Norfolk State students and found out that most are happy with the decision they made.
Is there a connection between exercise and academic performance? Spartan Echo TV reporter Ashley Myrick looked into the issue and spoke with Norfolk State University students at the campus fitness center. They, and the statistics, say there is a connection: physically fit students do better academically. And it’s easier than you might think; it’s [...]
Tim Reid’s Legacy Media Institute, a partnership with Norfolk State University, recently went to London, England for an intense two week workshop in film that connected film makers from all over the world. Spartan Echo TV reporter Shimira Cole traveled with LMI and has this story from London.