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Egg Donation

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November 15, 2001

DONATING A MIRACLE Local Physician Experiencing High Pregnancy Success Rates with Donated Eggs Boca Raton, FL - For many American couples, the dream of parenthood seems virtually out of reach. Infertility is a condition that affects one in five couples, and is a very personal issue that can cause strain in even the most stable relationships. Approximately o...

Sports

November 7, 2001

Men's basketball team ready to grab spotlightBy Ched Chase Last year we saw a men's basketball team filled with freshman and just one senior on the roster. We knew the future was bright with nine returnees on this season's roster and a Freshman Player of the Year in Jeff Cowans. We didn't know the future was this close, but it is. The 2001-2002 ...

Opinion

November 7, 2001

Need academic advice? Not in my backyardBy Christina Santarpia And I thought the guidance department in high school was bad. When you go to college, you expect some kind of academic advice to be available if you need it. Some people find they don't need it at all. Some people do. I saw an advisor when I first came to FAU. I figured it would give ...

TUITION: Pitching Pennies

Kelly Tyko and Kelly Tyko

November 7, 2001

If you call FAU and get put on hold, this is the message you'll hear: "FAU is one of the fastest growing universities in the nation and one of America's 100 best college buys." That message is old. FAU hasn't been on U.S. News' annual list of top 100 college best buys in more than three years. In fact, FAU's tuition has become the highest in Flori...

Scholarships

November 7, 2001

The following scholarships are available to FAU students. Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office, located above the cafeteria in Rm. 227, unless otherwise noted. Scholarship information was posted on the bulletin board outside Financial Aid during the week of November 1. For more information, call 561/297-3530. FAU/AIDS Committee -- $300 ...

Graduate Workshop yields dissertation tips and advice

Roger Sambrook

November 7, 2001

On Oct. 23, the Graduate Student Association hosted its second dissertation workshop of the year. The workshop was intended to help graduate students deal with the dissertation process. This workshop was a great improvement on GSA's previous effort. Presenters were better prepared, the event was better attended, and on the whole, feedback was more ...

LaLush: Not your parent’s art gallery

Lauren Cawdrey

November 7, 2001

Tucked away in a warehouse district of Fort Lauderdale lies a hidden treasure known as the LaLush art gallery. During the day LaLush is as unassuming as any of the other warehouses it sits with, but on a night of a show, this place looks more like a trendy nightclub that an independent art gallery. For Nina Arias, artist, curator and owner of LaLush, ru...

Men’s basketball: Mother nature postpones FAU-Manhattan

Ryan Cortes

January 1, 1995

SPORTS Following its five-games-in-12-days road trip in which it went 3-2, FAU was scheduled to return home on Thursday, Dec. 30, to begin a stretch of home games. With a bad snow storm pounding the Northeast, however, that is no longer the plan. Scheduled opponent Manhattan University was unable to secure a flight on time to South Florida, ...