Thieves beware, FAU is the first school in the country to be protected by SmartWater CSI

Thieves beware, FAU is the first school in the country to be protected by SmartWater CSI

Jillian Melero, News Editor
October 22, 2014
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Silicon Valley is coming to FAU’s backyard

Silicon Valley is coming to FAU’s backyard

Chris Carpentier, Contributing Writer
October 20, 2014
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Amendment 2 Forum: Is Medical Marijuana Legalization Good For Florida?

Amendment 2 Forum: Is Medical Marijuana Legalization Good For Florida?

Max Jackson, Photo Editor
October 10, 2014
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Zipcar Service Coming to FAU Fall 2014

Zipcar Service Coming to FAU Fall 2014

Jason Salcedo, Contributing Writer
October 7, 2014
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Zipcar, the world’s largest car sharing and car club service, became available to students, faculty and employees at FAU on Sept. 24. Different from the typical rental car service, Zipcar offers many services free of charge as well as a lower age requirement for rentals. According to Zipcar, depending... Read more »

FAU Boca celebrates Constitution Day with Competitions, Colors, and Conversations

FAU Boca celebrates Constitution Day with Competitions, Colors, and Conversations

Kaitlyn McNulty and Bibi Patel
September 21, 2014
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  Sept. 17 is Constitution Day. Also know as Citizenship Day, it honors the date the constitution was signed in 1787. FAU marked the occasion with a series of constitution themed events... Read more »

FAU Police fails to report 114 cases in August online

FAU Police fails to report 114 cases in August online

Dylan Bouscher, Senior Writer
September 12, 2014
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An assault, a dating violence incident and a burglary are just a handful of the 114 cases FAU Police didn’t report online for the month of August. Student Press Law Center Director Frank LoMonte called that an “apparent” violation of the Jeanne... Read more »

President Kelly gives first State of the University Address

President Kelly gives first State of the University Address

Kaitlyn McNulty, Contributor
September 12, 2014
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In the past year, Florida Atlantic University saw its name in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Dr. John Kelly, the university’s new president, aims to change that. Kelly’s... Read more »

FAU Student Government holds their 2014 State of the University Address

FAU Student Government holds their 2014 State of the University Address

Jillian Melero, News Editor
September 4, 2014
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In case you missed it: College Colors Day

In case you missed it: College Colors Day

Johan Sebastian, Contributing Writer
September 3, 2014
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Everyone was sweating and gyrating, cheerleaders doubly so. Friday in the Traditions Plaza, FAU celebrated... Read more »

Freshman First: Maria Bhairosingh, New Chair of Elections

Freshman First: Maria Bhairosingh, New Chair of Elections

Bibi Patel, Contributing Writer
August 31, 2014
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FAU Going Tobacco Free In 2015

FAU Going Tobacco Free In 2015

Jason Salcedo, Contributing Writer
August 30, 2014
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FAU will be the 24th university in Florida to transition to a smoke free campus The last phase of a five-year plan, FAU’s smoke-free policy will roll out on Jan. 1, 2015. The policy prohibits cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and all types of smokeless tobacco from being used on campus.... Read more »

FAU poised to lose $7 million in funding due to poor academic performance

FAU poised to lose $7 million in funding due to poor academic performance

Lulu Ramadan, Editor-in-Chief
June 24, 2014
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FAU falls far behind other Florida schools on academic performance, and that may cost them $7 million in state funding. On Thursday, June 19, the Board of Governors — the board that oversees all 12 state universities — approved a new budget plan that takes $100 million of money budgeted for Florida... Read more »