Four authors, three brutal murders, and an epic written 600 years previously. Matthew Pearl's debut novel, The Dante Club, brings readers to the streets of 1860s Boston, where three brutal murders shake the city, each murder inspired by a different layer of hell from Dante's Inferno.
Scott Weinger entered NSU University School in the third grade. Although a natural performer, Weinger became inspired to pursue his craft professionally when an actor visited the students that same year and gave a presentation for Career Day.
Weinger was the driving force behind his parents finding him an agent, which in turn led to local theater, print ads, national commercials, as well as roles on the television shows Miami Vice, Life Goes On, and The Family Man. Then, he became the voice of Aladdin, and got a costarring role on the ABC situation comedy, Full House.
Lauren Book, M.S.Ed., (2003) has worked tirelessly to turn her personal experience as the victim of childhood sexual abuse into a vehicle to prevent others from falling prey and to help other survivors heal. Book is the founder and CEO of Lauren's Kids, an official 501(c)(3) foundation based in South Florida. Since 2007, Lauren's Kids has educated adults and children about sexual abuse prevention through in-school curricula, awareness campaigns, and speaking engagements around the country and the world.
Class of 1979, 40-Year Reunion
AutoNation Center for the Arts at NSU University School
To get involved in planning, contact Mitch Marron, Class of 1979.
As a USchool alumnus, you may have had a teacher who played a significant role in making an impact on your education. Thank them today by making a gift in their honor.
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