COLUMN: UP Editor Plagiarized by Boca Raton Tribune

COLUMN: UP Editor Plagiarized by Boca Raton Tribune

May 22, 2015

At FAU, if I get caught plagiarizing a paper, I’ll get an F. It would go on my transcript and on a repeat offense, I could get expelled. But if I do it at The Boca Raton Tribune, I’ll g...

Opinion: Five things FAU football must fix to win

Opinion: Five things FAU football must fix to win

April 9, 2015

ny person that watched Florida Atlantic football last season knew the team showed signs of both promise and stagnation under f...

Misused Money

Misused Money

February 10, 2015

If you’ve never attended an FAU home game within the past three years, your tuition was not put to the best use. In 2012, ...

Opinion: If I Ruled FAU Athletics this is what I would do

Opinion: If I Ruled FAU Athletics this is what I would do

January 29, 2015

sk any sports fan about their favorite team and what they believe should be changed to gain more success. You’ll probably get...

Opinion: Student Government buys $2,598 massage chairs

Opinion: Student Government buys $2,598 massage chairs

January 27, 2015

The Human Touch Whole Body 5.1  is a massage chair, which according to the description on its page provides: “relaxation with ...

Your guide to venues in South Florida for any style of music

Austen Erblat

February 17, 2014

We compiled a list of as many venues as we could that host original artists in the South Florida tri-county area. Everything from the smoky hole in the wall to the huge arenas that seat 20,000. [divider type="thin"] Popular Music Venues Name Propaganda Description Great small club in downtown Lake Worth to see rock, metal, punk, and indie artists. They have l...

How music can affect the brain like a drug

Andrew Fraieli

February 14, 2014

Now that I’ve got your attention with the idea of free drugs, what if I were to tell you that you’ve been downloading drugs off the internet for some time now? Well, according to some research, if you’ve been downloading music off the internet then you have. Research on this exact topic was actually being carried out here on campus by a Dr....

From Taking Booty to Shaking Booty: Pirating Music

Austen Erblat

February 13, 2014

I’m going to start by saying that I’ve downloaded a good deal of music from the internet since the popularity of this “crime” when Napster was a thing in 2000-2001. Definitely over 100GB worth. And even today, I’ll sometimes thoughtlessly click “download,” ignoring the implications of my actions. But as I grew older, I got to know my f...

Analysis: What you don’t already know about the candidates for FAU president

Lulu Ramadan

January 14, 2014

Three finalists — George LeMieux, John Kelly and Christopher Earley — were chosen Friday for the position of FAU president after personal interviews with the presidential search committee — the 15 people appointed to recommend the best candidate. After their recommendation, the Board of Trustees — the 13 highest ranking officials at FAU — c...

OPINION: FAU’s football season won’t end with a bowl game, but fans should be encouraged nonetheless

Wesley Wright

December 4, 2013

FAU sits on a 6-6 record after winning its fourth straight game, a 21-6 triumph over rival Florida International. The record is impressive — given that former head coach Carl Pelini and defensive coordinator Pete Rekstis resigned in late October after two witnesses claimed the men used marijuana and cocaine. Pelini was absolved of all drug use a...

Letter to the Editor: “Nadine Aly’s Response to Mr. Devolin and all Israel Apologists”

Nadine Aly

November 12, 2013

In addressing Mr. Devolin’s letter to the editor one must first emphasize that it is not only illogical but quite absurd. For those that don’t see it, allow me to point it out. To start off, it has become common practice for Israel apologists to label any individual that criticizes Israel’s discriminatory policies towards Palestinians as “anti-Semitic”....

Letter to the Editor: “SJP’s response to Mr. Mercado”

Students for Justice in Palestine at Florida Atlantic University

November 12, 2013

Mr. Abraham Mercado’s Letter to the Editor regarding the headline “Free Pizza, Free Palestine” is not only filled with inaccuracy but also inflammatory language. It shows an evident bias and misunderstanding of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and our actions as a human rights organization. For a film student, he also seems to misunderstand...