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FAU's American Medical Women's Association undergraduate chapter. Photo courtesy of Marcy Oberstreet

How two clubs are creating opportunities for female pre-health students

March 20, 2019

American Medical Women’s Association pushes for more women’s visibility in STEM through discussions, activities, and workshops.

The Al Noor Mosque. Photo courtesy of Reuters

Muslim community at FAU reflects on Christchurch shootings

March 15, 2019

With 49 dead, the mass shooting was the first terrorist attack in New Zealand’s history.

Photo of Glitch Bar courtesy of their Facebook

Places to check out during the break

March 14, 2019

Spring break is the midpoint in the year when life starts to get hectic. Luckily, this works as a way to give all of us a break...

Photo of Downtown Delray courtesy of the Delray Beach website

FAU students shed light on some good restaurants to try over spring break

March 13, 2019

Are you looking to expand your palate over spring break by trying new foods in Boca? We’ve got you covered. The UP asked se...

Dr. Jennifer Bloom, the founder of appreciative advising. Photo courtesy of FAU

Appreciative advising: an alternative advising method at FAU

March 11, 2019

Its creators implemented this model at FAU and other colleges, and believe it will be beneficial for the success and wellbeing of FAU students.

Julia Cataldo started her company, Peppy Debs, inspired by her mom. Photo by Violet Castano

Making clothes their future: Running a business as a student

February 26, 2019

Two FAU students are taking their careers into their own hands by creating and designing clothing brands.

From left to right, Aradhana Rage, Sandi Kill and Sami-Jo Bones. Photo by Melanie Witherup.

Meet The Covenne

February 25, 2019

The group wears horror-based makeup on stage while screaming into a microphone

Syke is on all major streaming services. Photo by Alex Rodriguez

Who is Syke?

February 25, 2019

Nathan Labossiere is an FAU student who doubles as a rap artist — and he’s released ten professionally produced songs within the last seven months.

Allen Nalven prepares for one of his performances. Photo by Alex Rodriguez

This FAU alum turns Gameboys into instruments

February 22, 2019

Allan Nalven, an FAU alum, uses his Gameboy to create music — and plays it live to crowds of over 100 people.

Captain Shantel Glass salutes the flag. He is a military science professor at FAU. Photo by Alex Rodriguez

An army captain could be your next teacher

February 21, 2019

From fighting in the battlefields of Afghanistan to teaching in a classroom at FAU, U.S. Army Captains, Shantel Glass and Jos...

FAU senior pockets over $13,000 working for himself

FAU senior pockets over $13,000 working for himself

February 20, 2019

Every business starts with an idea. For Melvin Hope, an FAU senior math major, that idea came in between coding sessions. ...

Three members of the Southeast Florida Furries, which recently peaked at 500 members online. Left to right: Amelia Gonzalez (fursona: Bella Sugar), Genna Webber (fursona: Zarø), Mario Rodriguez (fursona: Bark Dango. Photo by Kristen Grau

Furry Atlantic University: the furry community at FAU

February 20, 2019

Being a furry—or a dedicated fan of human-like animal characters—at FAU is about having fun, not having a fetish.