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Emily Bloch

Emily Bloch

2015-2016

Emily is a multimedia journalism major at Florida Atlantic. Beginning as a staff reporter in 2012, she has held positions such as features editor and associate editor and has freelanced for publications including RockSound Magazine. Emily is a blogger for SunFest Music Festival and a contributor for...

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Emily Bloch

2014-2015

Emily is a multimedia journalism major and digital marketing minor. Beginning as a staff writer in 2012, she has held positions such as features editor and associate editor and has freelanced for publications such as Lifestyle Magazine. Emily is a blogger for SunFest Music Festival and freelances for...

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Emily Bloch

2013-2014

Emily is a multimedia journalism major and digital marketing minor. A staff writer since 2012, she has held positions such as features editor and senior editor. Follow her on Twitter:  @emdrums

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Opinion: Thank you for trashing our newspapers

A stack of our most recent issue in the garbage on Diversity Way. Photo by Kristen Grau

Cameren Boatner, Editor in Chief
September 16, 2019
Filed under News, Opinion, Top Stories

Someone threw at least a bin full of our latest issue in the campus garbage. You know, the one with rape allegations against the quarterback on the cover. But we’re not mad, we’re flattered.

Opinion: How do women feel about gender bias in the workplace

Rosie the Riveter, courtesy of Wikipedia

Sophie Siegel, Editor in Chief
March 28, 2019
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

In honor of Women’s History Month, we talked to women leaders about their experience as leaders

2015 crime statistics released

Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

Emily Bloch, Senior Editor
September 30, 2016
Filed under Archives, News, Top Stories

  Within a year, reported sexual assaults on Florida Atlantic’s Boca campus went down from six to five, while burglaries went up from 20 to 25. These statistics and others were released today by FAU Police in its annual security report. FAU wasn't unique in a slight drop in sexual assaults. Two oth...

MAP: new season brings new food options to FAU stadium

FAU Stadium has several new food and drink options to choose from this season. Brandon Harrington | Staff Photographer

Emily Bloch, Senior Editor
September 24, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Even if our football team loses this season, game-goers can still win: with beer shakes and tacos.

Florida Atlantic ranked one of lowest statewide for post-grad success

Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

Emily Bloch, Senior Editor
August 18, 2016
Filed under News, Top Stories

Last week, students weren’t the only ones receiving their grades. Florida Atlantic just received a report card and the results aren’t pretty.

Eric Dunn to release signature sneaker line

Vine star and recent FAU graduate, Eric Dunn announced a sneaker line last weekend. Photo courtesy of Eric Dunn.

Emily Bloch, Senior Editor
August 15, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Stories

It’s not unlikely that many students who just graduated Florida Atlantic last Tuesday will spend the next few weeks passing out resumes or settling into their first jobs. Not Eric Dunn.

COMMENTARY: 8 Things we learned watching the condiment table at the Republican National Convention

Please, stop.

Emily Bloch and Mark Judson
July 19, 2016
Filed under Archives, Commentary, Opinion, Top Stories

Monday night, two college newspaper editors more than 300 miles apart watched Republicans put mustard and relish on their hot dogs and thought the same thing — “this is educational.” For two hours, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s team live streamed the RNC’s ketchup and mustard station...

Pokemon GO hits FAU

With Pokemon GO, users are able to catch Pokemon characters in real-life, including at FAU.

Emily Bloch, Senior Editor
July 8, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Lina Robayo is motivated to go to her 8 a.m. class this summer. Not because of her love for psychology — because she's excited to play Pokemon. “Since my neighborhood has nothing valuable for game play, it motivates me to show up to class and stay awake and alert through the lecture," the senior ...