University Press

Letter: Student Healthcare

Boris Bastidas

September 19, 2011

Filed under Features, Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor, Tuition, books, housing, loans. College students all around have to deal with these issues on an almost daily basis each semester. And throw on top of that more priorities such as having a job, paying for car insurance and more. It's not surprising therefore that many of our peers don't have the time or money or care to worry about Health...

Get your riot gear

Mark Gibson

September 6, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Riots can be intense. Especially when they are about something ridiculous, like a sports team losing a championship (really, Canada? Is Hockey that important?).Then there’s Los Angeles, who riots after the Lakers win (sorry, Canada). Real riots are caused by political and social issues and can spark change in our society. Throughout history, there ha...

Voting is pointless, especially at FAU

Chris Persaud

September 6, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Almost everyone running for student government office next week will win. One vote won’t make a difference. The election on Sept. 13 and 14 is for members of the campus House of Representatives and Student Senate. Each campus has a House that votes on legislation affecting that campus, while Senate legislation affects all campuses. Altogether,...

Seventh Heaven

Franco Panizo

August 30, 2011

Filed under Basketball, Opinion, Sports

FAU finished doing something over the weekend that it had never done before, and ESPN was there to cover it. The Owls (15-6) extended their unprecedented Division I winning streak to seven games by defeating Sun Belt Conference foe UALR 88-71 on Saturday, Jan. 22, at The Burrow. FAU's win, which also raised the Owls to 7-0 in conference play, was...