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In case you missed it: Catfish in the Rat’s Mouth

May 22, 2014

The FAU Twitter community got together on the night of May 21 during the 10 p.m. airing of the new Catfish episode on MTV. In the episode, D...

[Mohammed Emran | Contributing Photographer]

The Schmidt Gallery’s ‘Confluence’ Exhibit Showcases Diversity in Culture as well as Disciplines

April 27, 2014

India Ink and graphite. Clay and brick. Ceramic and sound. The art on display during the Confluence exhibit is as diverse as the FAU students who created it. Displaying now through the summe...

An FAU alum is using his business degree to open a school that cultivates medical marijuana.

An FAU alum is using his business degree to open a school that cultivates medical marijuana.

April 24, 2014

Sheridan Rafer wants to teach you how to grow marijuana -- but not today. Rafer, an alumnus of the FAU College of Business, is ope...

[Mohammed F Emran  |  Contributing Photographer]  Dr. Sameer Hinduja explains to the audience the art of listening.

TED-X At FAU

April 21, 2014

  Whenever scientists, celebrities or even just people tinkering in their garages think they have something amazing ...

Owls take series over St. Johns with 5-4 win

Wesley Wright

March 14, 2014

The Owls came out on top in the third game of the series this weekend against St. Johns. FAU triumphed in the first game of the series on Feb. 28, winning 11-1. The Red Storm scored their only run in the first inning and Austin Gomber picked up his first win of the year after pitching six strong innings. Gomber was helped by several Owls who had solid days ...

FAU Student Government leaders admit to secret pay raises, administrators won’t

February 28, 2014

Student Government leaders are giving themselves secret pay raises with the $10.8 million students pay in the Activity and Servi...

10 South Florida artists to check out

Austen Erblat & Kiki Baxter

February 17, 2014

Some students think there’s no great local bands or DJ’s to check out, or support when they “make it big.” Though South Florida may not yield the same music scene as places like New York, Austin, or Nashville, this couldn’t be further from the truth. We made a list of some artists you should check out and can go see almost anytime. Now, when an...

Your guide to venues in South Florida for any style of music

Austen Erblat

February 17, 2014

We compiled a list of as many venues as we could that host original artists in the South Florida tri-county area. Everything from the smoky hole in the wall to the huge arenas that seat 20,000. [divider type="thin"] Popular Music Venues Name Propaganda Description Great small club in downtown Lake Worth to see rock, metal, punk, and indie artists. They have l...

Florida music festival field guide

Austen Erblat

February 17, 2014

While the thought of music festivals may conjure up images of hippies dancing at Woodstock, there are hundreds of festivals put on across the nation. Today, it’s not uncommon to run into people you know at these music festivals. Some FAU artists, including The Pathetique, Phantomime, Raggy Monster, and Mylo Ranger were featured in the first Aloha ...

Two consecutive wins give FAU Baseball series over Notre Dame

Wesley Wright

February 16, 2014

[easingsliderlite] Photos by Michelle Friswell The first series of the year for the FAU Baseball was a successful one. With a 13-3 win over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Feb. 16, the Owls won the series 2-1. Pitcher Drew Jackson picked up the win, allowing just three hits in five innings and striking out nine batters on the last game of the ser...

Owl Radio Holds Surprise Flash Mob in Breezeway

Jamie Vaughn

February 13, 2014

Photos by Kiki Baxter   In January, freshman neuroscience major, Aime’ Laclaustra walked into Owl Radio’s office and noticed a lack of promotion for the station. Members of Owl Radio told her their production and promotions had “gone downhill.” She was determined to fix it so she came up with a plan. “Flash mobs. The easiest thing th...

Students show their knowledge about sex through bingo

Mailyn Abreu

February 12, 2014

The Condom Olympics continued Feb. 11 as the five competing teams played six rounds of bingo. The topic of the game: sex. The game began, around 6 p.m. and was coordinated by the Health and Wellness Center as a part of series of olympic-themed events for sexual awareness week. Five teams are competing in the in the Condom Olympics. Don’t Pho With...