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NPR 2016 Tiny Desk Contest winner Gaelynn Lea performed at FAU last week. Photo by Ariana Anderson

Winner of NPR’s 2016 popular music series ‘Tiny Desk Contest’ performs at FAU

February 16, 2019

Last week, professional violinist and NPR’s second-ever Tiny Desk Contest winner Gaelynn Lea held an intimate concert in the Boca library in front of about 4...

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

‘Valentine’s Day is never going to be the same’: Marjory Stoneman Douglas alumni at FAU reflect on last year’s shooting

February 14, 2019

Editor's note | James Madera is a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School alumni. Bryan Pozuelos-Gomez was dialing the number of Park...

Tiffany Hakim working inside of Organic Bean Co., the coffee shop she opened almost a year ago. Photo courtesy of FAU

FAU alumni opens up Boca’s first self-serve coffee shop

February 11, 2019

One thing stood out to Tiffany Hakim while wandering the tropics of Costa Rica and Brazil, and it wasn’t the view — it was...

Kiffin (center right) poses with fans. Photo courtesy of Head Coach Tees on Instagram

Lane Kiffin t-shirts sold for a good cause

January 28, 2019

Three Alabama students founded Head Coach Tees, which sells t-shirts with Lane Kiffin’s face on them. Ten percent of the proceeds go to charity.

Solar Reef share a common love of Guns N' Roses. Photo by Violet Castano

Meet two FAU bands you may have never heard of

January 24, 2019

Solar Reef and Toledo are two FAU-rooted bands rising in the ranks of entertainment.

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Making ends meet: being a sugar baby at FAU

January 18, 2019

College life may not be all that sweet — some needed alternative ways to make money during school.

The impeachment of Luke Turner failed narrowly last fall. Illustration by Dan Bartholomew

What do the past events of SG mean for the future?

January 17, 2019

This semester will see another presidential race, and what’s happened in the last year will impact who’s running.

Cheryl Jarvis said college students likely try pyramid schemes because they are

Pyramid schemes won’t make you rich, FAU students discover

January 15, 2019

FAU students that engage in pyramid schemes usually end up disappointed.

Eleana Frangedis graduated from FAU in 2017 with a major in business. Photo courtesy of Instagram

From FAU student to motivational speaker

December 17, 2018

Eleana Frangedis won Miss Teen America in 2012, and while she speaks at many events, she is especially drawn to sororities.

Neg Kreyol, Inc. and Fanm Kreyol, Inc. are clubs with members connected to Haiti, whose flag is shown above. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia

Haitian clubs at FAU collaborate for charity

December 13, 2018

Neg Kreyol, Inc. and Fanm Kreyol, Inc. are a brotherhood and sisterhood of Haitians who advocate for Haiti and community service.

Veganism is different from vegetarianism because vegans don't eat any animal products like eggs or dairy, while vegetarians only skip meat. Photo courtesy of Pixabay

Students give their take on vegan options at FAU’s Boca campus

December 12, 2018

PETA gave FAU a high rating for its vegan options, but some students say the menu doesn’t cut it.

According to Dean of Students Larry Faerman, the 15 minute rule does not exist at FAU. Photo courtesy of Max Pixel

Can you leave class after 15 minutes if the teacher is late? FAU students and faculty weigh in

November 21, 2018

The 15 minute rule is not a real policy at FAU — but many people around the university think it should be.