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Gallery: Football Media Day

Gallery: Football Media Day

Mohammed F Emran, Staff Photographer
August 17, 2015
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Jenson Stoshak, senior, wide receiver Stoshak and his teammates are looking to put their 3-­9 season way behind them and improve on what they couldn’t do. “We realized last year was a pretty disappointing year,” he said “We couldn't finish a lot in games. Our main focus is starting gam... Read more »

“Florida G.I. Bill” revised to ease costs of education for veterans

“Florida G.I. Bill” revised to ease costs of education for veterans

Benjamin Paley, Contributing Writter
May 28, 2015
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A revision to a Florida bill that took effect May 21, 2015  helps out-of-state veterans afford a college education by automatically qualifying them for in-state tuition rates. To aid with making sure military veterans are able to receive an education, Florida Governor Rick Scott passed the Florida G.I. Bill in March 2014, which waives out-of-state tuition fees for military veterans. ... Read more »

Conference USA Salary Database

Wesley Wright, Editor in Chief
April 21, 2015
Filed under Archives, Sports

he 17 teams that comprise FAU Athletics compete in Conference USA, a 14-member group in the NCAA’s Division I, the highest level of intercollegiate athletics in the United States. The University Press has accrued coaches’ salaries for various sports within Conference USA. Volleyball, track & fie... Read more »

Botley overcomes injury to lead Owls in 68-50 win over Jacksonville

Botley overcomes injury to lead Owls in 68-50 win over Jacksonville

December 30, 2014
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The Florida Atlantic Owls (7-4, 0-0 in Conference USA) won against the Jacksonville University Dolphins 68-50 thanks to excellent play from their backcourt. Junior guard Solomon Poole provided scoring for the Owls with 14 points. He shot 3-of-5 from 3-point range and led all scorers with 19 points FAU... Read more »

What Preserve?

What Preserve?

Andrew Fraieli, Science Editor
October 31, 2014
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If you Google search ‘FAU preserve,’ the first result is not a link to the FAU website, but a link to a petition in favor of stopping further development on the FAU preserve. The FAU preserve is currently 90 acres of land in the upper west side of the Boca Raton campus set aside for the protected species that live there — the gopher tortoise and the bur... Read more »

All hail

All hail

Stacey Pasternak, Contributing Writer
October 19, 2014
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Upon seeing the prestigious titles of king and queen, “Game of Thrones” immediately comes to mind. But at FAU, these monikers are more correlated with Homecoming week than with the Iron Throne. This is the week all FAU students wait not-so-patiently for each and every year. With Homecoming on... Read more »

Gimme Money! Think you can’t afford to study abroad? We’ll help you rethink that.

Gimme Money!   Think you can’t afford to study abroad? We’ll help you rethink that.

Jillian Melero, News Editor
September 18, 2014
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  Based purely on my lack of funding, study abroad wasn’t something I planned on doing during college. It didn’t seem like anything I’d be able to do in the near future. In 2012,  I received an email notifying me that I qualified for the William E. Greene study abroad scholarship. I checked out the website, realized I... Read more »

GALLERY: Orientation

GALLERY: Orientation

Sabrina Martinez, Photo Editor
August 6, 2014
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In case you missed it: Catfish in the Rat’s Mouth

In case you missed it: Catfish in the Rat’s Mouth

Kiki Baxter, Managing Editor
May 22, 2014
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The FAU Twitter community got together on the night of May 21 during the 10 p.m. airing of the new Catfish episode on MTV. In the episode, Dallas waitress Antoinette (@AntoinetteCuccia on Instagram, @antttbaby on Twitter) seeks help from Nev and Max (@NevSchulman and @MaxJoseph on Twitter) from MTV’s... Read more »

The Schmidt Gallery’s ‘Confluence’ Exhibit Showcases Diversity in Culture as well as Disciplines

The Schmidt Gallery’s ‘Confluence’ Exhibit Showcases Diversity in Culture as well as Disciplines

Jillian Melero, Contributor
April 27, 2014
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India Ink and graphite. Clay and brick. Ceramic and sound. The art on display during the Confluence exhibit is as diverse as the FAU students who created it. Displaying now through the summer, Schmidt Gallery’s Confluence exhibition presents works created by MFA candidates graduating from the department... Read more »

An FAU alum is using his business degree to open a school that cultivates medical marijuana.

An FAU alum is using his business degree to open a school that cultivates medical marijuana.

Kiki Baxter, Web Photo Editor
April 24, 2014
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Sheridan Rafer wants to teach you how to grow marijuana -- but not today. Rafer, an alumnus of the FAU College of Business, is opening Palm Beach County’s first medical marijuana school, the Institute of Medical Cannabis. “We wanted to give patients and their caregivers the knowledge and the skills to have t... Read more »

TED-X At FAU

TED-X At FAU

Andrew Fraieli
April 21, 2014
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  Whenever scientists, celebrities or even just people tinkering in their garages think they have something amazing and inspiring to share with the world, they do it at a TED talk. These were the kinds of people at this year’s TEDxFAU on FAU’s Jupiter campus on Friday, April 18. Accor... Read more »