GALLERY: Top Photos of the Week

GALLERY: Top Photos of the Week

April 17, 2014
Filed under Archives, Photography, Top Stories

Here are the University Press photographer staff's photos of the week:   If you have any photos you would like to submit for next week's gallery, e-mail them to Kiki Baxter, Web Photo Editor, at kjosefba@fau.edu with subject: Photo Gallery.

Owls take series over St. Johns with 5-4 win

Wesley Wright
March 14, 2014
Filed under Archives, Basketball, Sports

The Owls came out on top in the third game of the series this weekend against St. Johns. FAU triumphed in the first game of the series on Feb. 28, winning 11-1. The Red Storm scored their only run in the first inning and Austin Gomber picked up his first win of the year... Read more »

FAU Student Government leaders admit to secret pay raises, administrators won’t

FAU Student Government leaders admit to secret pay raises, administrators won’t

Dylan Bouscher, Contributor
February 28, 2014
Filed under Archives, News, Top Stories, Video

Student Government leaders are giving themselves secret pay raises with the $10.8 million students pay in the Activity and Service fee in their tuition. The following video explains how administrators are allowing it. Records show Student Affairs... Read more »

10 South Florida artists to check out

Austen Erblat & Kiki Baxter
February 17, 2014
Filed under Archives, Features

Some students think there’s no great local bands or DJ’s to check out, or support when they “make it big.” Though South Florida may not yield the same music scene as places like New York, Austin, or Nashville, this couldn’t be further from the truth. We made a list of some artists... Read more »

Your guide to venues in South Florida for any style of music

Austen Erblat
February 17, 2014
Filed under Archives, Features, Opinion

We compiled a list of as many venues as we could that host original artists in the South Florida tri-county area. Everything from the smoky hole in the wall to the huge arenas that seat 20,000. ... Read more »

Florida music festival field guide

Austen Erblat
February 17, 2014
Filed under Archives, Features

While the thought of music festivals may conjure up images of hippies dancing at Woodstock, there are hundreds of festivals put on across the nation. Today, it’s not uncommon to run into people you know at these music festivals. Some FAU artists, including The Pathetique, Phantomime, Raggy... Read more »

Two consecutive wins give FAU Baseball series over Notre Dame

Wesley Wright
February 16, 2014
Filed under Archives, Baseball, Photography, Sports, Top Stories

Photos by Michelle Friswell The first series of the year for the FAU Baseball was a successful one. With a 13-3 win over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Feb. 16, the Owls won the series 2-1. Pitcher Drew Jackson... Read more »

Owl Radio Holds Surprise Flash Mob in Breezeway

Jamie Vaughn
February 13, 2014
Filed under Archives, Features, Top Stories

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Students show their knowledge about sex through bingo

Mailyn Abreu
February 12, 2014
Filed under Archives, Features

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FAU forward Javier Lacunza out for season with shoulder injury

Wesley Wright
February 11, 2014
Filed under Archives, Basketball, News, Sports, Top Stories

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Program Board Ice Skating Party: Photo Gallery

February 9, 2014
Filed under Archives, Features, Top Stories

Even in 80 degree weather, students were able to enjoy a night of ice skating. On Feb. 7 in Live Oak, FAU's Program Board put on a free ice skating event that included live music and a bean bag game. Check out our photo gallery and look out for more info about upcoming events from the Program Board. Photos... Read more »

You can speak at open forums for FAU president, but the presidential search committee won’t hear you

Lulu Ramadan
January 14, 2014
Filed under Archives, News, Top Stories

The search committee responsible for recommending the next president of FAU was gracious enough to host open forums for students and faculty to ask the tough questions to candidates — not that the committee will hear any of it anyway. Three finalists — George LeMieux,... Read more »