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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.

An Open Letter From A Longboarder

An Open Letter From A Longboarder

February 26, 2016

Dear FAU pedestrians ...

Escape your mid-college-degree crisis

Escape your mid-college-degree crisis

February 22, 2016

Culture shock is addictive, as is traveling. But not addictive as in “I just discovered Adderall during finals week and I’m never taking a test without it now,” more like “I just traveled to a different country and realized that there are other ways of living and it’s amazing.”

Opinion: FAU’s Dining Hours Suck

Opinion: FAU’s Dining Hours Suck

February 5, 2016

FAU has cornered freshmen and everyone else with a meal plan, or without a car for that matter, into going hungry at night and on the weekends.

Interdimensional Genetics: A Guide to the Mortys of the Multiverse

Interdimensional Genetics: A Guide to the Mortys of the Multiverse

January 29, 2016

You walk through the grass, your backpack filled with all the healing items you could afford. You’re reading the signposts filled with helpful tips as you look for something worth catching.

Opinion: Light at the end of the tunnel

Opinion: Light at the end of the tunnel

December 5, 2015

It’s hard to pick a single word to describe football’s season. Disappointing? To most, yes. Promising? At times. Stagnant? Mostly in the second half of games, but not in full. Second year head coach Charlie Partridge surely wouldn’t be able to tell you the full story as to what happened, but he does have one message you might want to follow. “We’re building a program here.” In five simple words after his team’s 20-14 overtime loss to the then No. 8 ranked Florida Gators on Nov. 21, Partridge laid out his long-term vision for the future of the Owls.

Lesson Not Learned

Lesson Not Learned

September 23, 2015

tudents are experiencing amnesia from a decade free of any major hurricanes, forgetting the amount of damage these monster storm...

COLUMN: Burning Bridges — Engineering Students Steal Thousands Of UP Issues For Class Project

COLUMN: Burning Bridges — Engineering Students Steal Thousands Of UP Issues For Class Project

September 9, 2015

p and down FAU’s Breezeway, bins that should’ve been filled with hundreds of issues were stark empty a day after they hit sta...

Opinion: 2016 presidential hopefuls cheat sheet

Opinion: 2016 presidential hopefuls cheat sheet

September 3, 2015

illennials — those over-educated narcissists that volunteer more than any past generation and outnumber baby boomers by almost 7...

Column: 2015 State of the University: What wasn’t addressed

Column: 2015 State of the University: What wasn’t addressed

September 2, 2015

This year’s State of the University Address left me with more questions than answers.

Opinion: A guide to local musicians

Opinion: A guide to local musicians

September 2, 2015

etween an on-campus student-run record label (Hoot/Wisdom Records) and our Owl Radio station, music at FAU is something that...