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Editor's letter: What happened with case No. 18-0925?

Editor’s letter: What happened with case No. 18-0925?

August 26, 2019

Everyone’s excited about the first home football game, but I’m still torn up about what happened in the off season. A woman alleged quarterback Chris Robison raped her, then FAU decided it didn’t happen. After that, it seems like everyone let it go, except for the woman who filed FAUPD Case No. 18-0925.

A burrowing owl stands in the open field near the FAU east Glades Road entrance. Joshua Giron | Photo Editor

Photo of the Day: Burrowing Owl near FAU Glades entrance

January 24, 2018

A burrowing owl stands in the open field near the FAU east Glades Road entrance.

Runners wait at the starting line Sunday afternoon. Matthew Quick | Contributing Writer

Gallery: Color Burst 5K Homecoming Run for Autism

October 18, 2017

Matthew Quick | Contributing Photographer Gallons of paint surrounded the runner's path from start to finish during the Color Burs...

Gallery: FAU Men's Soccer Versus Charlotte

Gallery: FAU Men’s Soccer Versus Charlotte

October 15, 2017

Lauren Sopourn | Staff Photographer FAU freshman midfielder Felix Halle Smith (12) attempts to kick the ball past the Charlotte’s defe...

A sign that reads

Open Letter To FAU

June 14, 2017

As an FAU Alumni, I was appalled to learn that FAU officials censored a group of Venezuelan fans who were displaying anti-Nicolas Maduro signs alongside their country’s flag during the Venezuela vs. Ecuador soccer game which took place last week at the FAU Stadium.

The FAU College Republicans display signs supporting Donald Trump before the start of the third presidential debate. Craig Ries | Contributing Photographer

Student supporters of Donald Trump defend their beliefs in the face of opposition

November 3, 2016

For Nicole Hansen, a junior accounting major, Donald Trump’s lewd comments in a video leaked from “Access Hollywood,” lack ...

Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

2015 crime statistics released

September 30, 2016

  Within a year, reported sexual assaults on Florida Atlantic’s Boca campus went down from six to five, while burglaries we...

Please, stop.

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

July 19, 2016

Monday night, two college newspaper editors more than 300 miles apart watched Republicans put mustard and relish on their hot...

DJ Gramps is an FAU student DJ that won a chance to DJ Owl Fest. 
Photo by Mohammed F Emran | Staff Photographer

Owl Fest replaces annual Freaker’s Ball for spring concert event

April 21, 2016

A man wearing an armored, black robotic suit and a helmet with multi-colored flashing lights danced on stilts as fog drifted over a large crowd waving dozens of glow sticks to the pulsing beat of the electronic dance music duo, GlowKids. The first ever Owl Fest was held behind the Student Union at the outdoor stage last night at 8 p.m. Program Board’s self-proclaimed “ultimate music experience” consisted of an EDM festival performed by the iExperia college invasion company. The concert was the first at Florida Atlantic to showcase pyrotechnics and fireworks during a musical event, according to Program Board Director Jacob Sherbondy. The event sold 2,000 tickets and lasted four hours.

South Florida Spill flier via Twitter

South Florida Spill cleans up from last year

April 12, 2016

Last year, an underground party called the South Florida Spill, took place at the Wayne Barton Study Center, less than two miles from Florida Atlantic’s Boca Raton campus. Attendees, some underage, were greeted by a table with condoms and access to ‘a...

Max Jackson | former Staff Photographer

South Florida Spill gang rape case ‘no longer active’

April 7, 2016

Just shy of a year since a Florida Atlantic student said she was gang raped at an underground party near campus, and days until the party is about to happen again, the Boca Raton Police Department have labeled the case as “no longer active.”

Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

Student arrested for putting girlfriend in choke hold

March 30, 2016

A Florida Atlantic student was arrested Monday night after he was accused of choking his girlfriend until she was unconscious, according to the arrest report.