Don’t Wine

Don’t Wine

Sydney Gabel, Contributing Writer
December 7, 2014
Filed under Reviews, Top Stories

FAU’s Living Room Theaters are a foodie’s perfect secret. What most students don’t realize is you don’t have to catch a movie to access their cafe. It’s located in the Culture and Society Building between Parliament Hall and Glades Park Towers. If you are tired... Read more »

The South Florida Six-pack

The South Florida Six-pack

Jillian Melero, News Editor
December 5, 2014
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While fall for some people means a trip to the pumpkin patch or bonfires with friends and family, here in South Florida, we’re lucky to get an iced pumpkin spiced latte and a “cold front” (any temperature below 79 degrees) that lasts more than three days. Sometimes it takes a little something... Read more »

Burrow Weight

Burrow Weight

Johan Sebastian, Contributing Writer
December 3, 2014
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In college, everyone is always hungry and money is always an issue. Whether you’re a finance major who methodically budgets every expense or a philosophy major who just needs something to nibble on while deciphering 2,000- year-old texts, no one wants to be ripped off when buying food. So we... Read more »

This Year’s Owl Prowl Concert comes at a price

This Year’s Owl Prowl Concert comes at a price

Bibi Patel, Contributing Writer
October 20, 2014
Filed under Music, Top Stories

This year’s Owl Prowl Homecoming concert on Oct. 29 at the Student Union Outdoor Stage features Jay Sean, T-Pain... Read more »

“The Skeleton Twins,” playing now at the Living Room Theaters, gets 4 out 5 stars

“The Skeleton Twins,” playing now at the Living Room Theaters, gets 4 out 5 stars

Stacey Pasternak, Contributing Writer
September 28, 2014
Filed under Movies, Reviews, Top Stories

“The Skeleton Twins” opened at FAU’s Living Room Theaters on Friday, Sept. 26. The 7:40pm showing that night was a sell-out. ... Read more »

Review: “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” is all style and no substance

Review: “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” is  all style and no substance

Wade Patrick Sheridan, Contributing Writer
August 30, 2014
Filed under Movies, Reviews, Top Stories

Jumping from the pages of creator Frank Miller’s original graphic novel and... Read more »

REVIEW: Watch Dogs: the hype and its Orwellian promise

REVIEW: Watch Dogs: the hype and its Orwellian promise

Johan Sebastian, Contributing Writer
July 9, 2014
Filed under Reviews, Top Stories, Video Games

New video game Watch Dogs made its debut in the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo and again in 2013. The game missed its original release date to allow further polishing. In both instances, Watch Dogs was praised. With the promise of an open-world with unrestrained hacking, Watch Dogs simply does... Read more »

Drugs, alcohol, emotional abuse and family issues aren’t funny, but FAU’s “August: Osage County” will make you laugh at all of them

Drugs, alcohol, emotional abuse and family issues aren’t funny, but FAU’s “August: Osage County” will make you laugh at all of them

Olivia Sheets
July 1, 2014
Filed under Reviews, Theater, Top Stories

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“22 Jump Street” is exactly like the first film, but in college

“22 Jump Street” is exactly like the first film, but in college

Mailyn Abreu
June 16, 2014
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Maddy’s Movies: “A Million Ways to Die in the West” is a bunch of laughs with fart jokes, poop jokes and some actual dying in it

Maddy’s Movies: “A Million Ways to Die in the West” is a bunch of laughs with fart jokes, poop jokes and some actual dying in it

Maddy Mesa
June 6, 2014
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Quick Book Review: “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green

Quick Book Review: “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green

Alexis H., Contributing Writer
June 6, 2014
Filed under Books, Reviews, Top Stories

Who doesn't love a sappy teenage love story? Add in some cancer and you’ve got yourself a serious New York Times best selling romantic-drama. Throughout the book you follow Hazel Grace, a young girl living with cancer, and Augustus, a cancer survivor, in their journey across the world to find Hazel’s... Read more »

“Transformers” brings new faces for a new series

“Transformers” brings new faces for a new series

Mailyn Abreu
June 3, 2014
Filed under Features, Movies, Reviews

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