Over 400 employees honored at FAU’s Employee Service Awards Ceremony

Over 400 employees honored at FAU’s Employee Service Awards Ceremony

Lynette Perez, Contributing Writer
April 9, 2014
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Still fresh in office since his March 1 inauguration, FAU President John Kelly hosted the 2014 Employee Service Awards on April 8 at 2 p.m. inside Live Oak Pavilion at the Boca Raton campus. The ceremony, which has existed for over 40 years, congratulated over 400 faculty members and... Read more »

Michael Curry introduced as newest coach of FAU Basketball

Michael Curry introduced as newest coach of FAU Basketball

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
April 7, 2014
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Former FAU employee charged with one year in jail

Kathryn Wohlpart, Contributor
April 6, 2014
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On April 3, Seth Thompson was sentenced to a year in jail and five years probation for video dissemination and video... Read more »

Former FAU employee faces crimes in court

Miranda Schumes, Multimedia Editor
March 29, 2014
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Former FAU employee Seth Thompson pleaded no contest to video voyeurism charges in court on Friday. Thompson also apologized to the judge and said that he is now a different person. Thompson was arrested in December after an investigation confirmed that he filmed students urinating in FAU bathrooms... Read more »

Students raise nearly $6,000 at FAU’s first Dance Marathon

Students raise nearly $6,000 at FAU’s first Dance Marathon

Maddy Mesa
March 24, 2014
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“The basic rules are to have as much fun as possible while raising as much money as possible” said AJ Einbinder, a senior communication major and head of the Dance Marathon committee at FAU. FAU’s first official Dance... Read more »

Head basketball coach Mike Jarvis to retire at season’s end

Head basketball coach Mike Jarvis to retire at season’s end

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
February 28, 2014
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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 »

Video: What FAU administrators don’t want you knowing about Student Government Elections

Dylan Bouscher
February 25, 2014
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Whether you vote for the student body president and vice president in the ongoing Student Government elections — or don’t — you already pay their salaries. FAU students pay up to $10.8 million annually in Activity and Service fees... Read more »

The Debate: Which Student Government president is right for FAU?

Jared Howard and Kathryn Wohlpart
February 22, 2014
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With polls for the presidential election opening on Feb. 25, the presidential debate gave students a chance to hear where the candidates stand on issues facing the student body. Speaking to around 40 students, the candidates — Aneal Ramkisson, Michael Cepeda, and vice... Read more »

Lack of funding results in inadequate facilities for baseball team

Lack of funding results in inadequate facilities for baseball team

Wesley Wright
February 19, 2014
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Patrick Chun is strapped. After working at Ohio State University for 15 years, Chun replaced former Athletic Director Craig Angelos at Florida Atlantic University. Since arriving in Boca Raton in July 2012, the stark contrast between the circumstances of the two universities... Read more »

FAU forward Javier Lacunza out for season with shoulder injury

Wesley Wright
February 11, 2014
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FAU Student Body President, removed and replaced in 24 hours, might rejoin Student Government

Dylan Bouscher
February 7, 2014
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Peter Amirato is sitting in the corner of the food court on the Boca campus, resting one hand on a black cane he’s sporting to help his dislocated kneecap. The former student body president was wrestling over winter break when he wrote a Jan. 1 Facebook status about the incident: “Dislocated my... Read more »