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Opinion: Cannabis could help prevent long-term damage from concussions

Opinion: Cannabis could help prevent long-term damage from concussions

September 8, 2016

The violent yet poetic nature of football pulls fans back like the hankering a heavy smoker gets for a cigarette.

Animal House

Animal House

August 21, 2016

How do you combat increasing rates of depression, anxiety and stress in college students? One way could be allowing students to bring their pets to live with them.

From-the-Caf Cuisine

From-the-Caf Cuisine

August 20, 2016

If you were like me and stuck with a meal plan and never enough spending money, you’ll find that the Atlantic Dining Hall food quickly becomes repetitive and unappetizing after a few weeks of the semester.

COMMENTARY: 8 Things we learned watching the condiment table at the Republican National Convention

COMMENTARY: 8 Things we learned watching the condiment table at the Republican National Convention

July 19, 2016

Monday night, two college newspaper editors more than 300 miles apart watched Republicans put mustard and relish on their hot...

Opinion: Sci-Fi Sunday

Opinion: Sci-Fi Sunday

June 25, 2016

Get your sci-fi fix this weekend on Florida Atlantic’s Boca Raton campus.

Opinion: No one uses the library for books

Opinion: No one uses the library for books

May 13, 2016

Florida Atlantic’s libraries are filled with over a million different books, journals, CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes and microforms. But if you look through any of the building’s five floors and in the computer labs, the chance of finding students with any of those things in front of them is slim to none.

Your Move, Man

Your Move, Man

April 9, 2016

Man up, bro. What do you have to lose? Why haven’t you asked her out yet? She’s waiting for you to make a move. Those four sentences are the backbone of romantic society. For centuries, men have tried to play Romeo, desperate to sweep women off their feet and secure their manhood.

Video game industry broadens its representation of sexuality

Video game industry broadens its representation of sexuality

April 6, 2016

This year’s Game Developers Conference ran from March 14 to March 18 in San Francisco; it's the only conference that's exclusively for industry professionals like game programmers, artists and producers.

My Munch March

April 6, 2016

I never thought I would be organizing a protest on campus until my fellow public opinion classmates and I received the unorthodox, yet interesting assignment.

The Atlantic Dining Hall fails in one key area: Dining

The Atlantic Dining Hall fails in one key area: Dining

March 21, 2016

It's like it wants to be hated. FAU’s Atlantic Dining Hall, or more informally, the caf, is notorious for its less-than-stellar food, and it isn’t ashamed.

How To Spend Spring Break Without Breaking The Bank

How To Spend Spring Break Without Breaking The Bank

March 4, 2016

Spring Break — a week away from not only the responsibilities of school, but also the responsibilities of society. College students are drawn to fantastic locations to party until physically, emotionally and financially spent with not a care in the world. For some of us, however, those grandiose adventures are simply not in the cards.

Opinion: College Town or Ghost Town?

Opinion: College Town or Ghost Town?

March 4, 2016

College campuses are supposed to be fun: a swarming hive of young adults, making irresponsible decisions, late nights and loud noises. Energy, spirit and all around joviality should emanate from the cracks in the sidewalk.