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PHOTOS: Tiny Desk MPR

PHOTOS: Tiny Desk MPR

February 12, 2020

Multicultural Programming hosted Tiny Desk MPR, an evening where students could listen to poetry and win giveaways on the Live Oak Patio, Feb. 2, from 6-9 p.m.

FAU Ceramics department hosts ‘Empty Bowls’ fundraiser for charity

FAU Ceramics department hosts ‘Empty Bowls’ fundraiser for charity

February 12, 2020

The ceramics department and the Ceramics Guild, a student organization for all things ceramics, teamed up to raise money for Caring Kitchen and Tri-County Animal Rescue.

Student Union eSports Arena to open in March, charge students for gaming

Student Union eSports Arena to open in March, charge students for gaming

February 12, 2020

The eSports Arena was expected to open last October — but it’s been delayed until March because of a delayed inspection from the fire department and “wiring issues,” according to the Student Union director.

Men’s basketball: Owls lose two games to FIU during Rivalry Week

Men’s basketball: Owls lose two games to FIU during Rivalry Week

February 10, 2020

FAU shot poorly in both games against FIU while blowing a 14-point lead.

Central Park 5 member speaks at FAU for Black History Month event

Central Park 5 member speaks at FAU for Black History Month event

February 10, 2020

The Center for IDEAs hosted Yusef Salaam on Friday to talk about his wrongful conviction and lessons he learned about hope and fear.

FAU marching band performed for President Trump before Super Bowl

FAU marching band performed for President Trump before Super Bowl

February 8, 2020

It was the fourth time the band has performed for Trump.

4 takeaways from this week’s Black mental health panel

4 takeaways from this week’s Black mental health panel

February 7, 2020

Around 90 students listened to educated panelists on mental health stigma in the Black community.

SG proposes t-shirts to raise mental health awareness

SG proposes t-shirts to raise mental health awareness

February 6, 2020

Because of the November suicide on campus, Reps. Jerry Lazarre and Rachelle Saint Louis authored a bill to give away free t-shirts to students to promote mental health awareness and resources. But some House members questioned how effective $1,900 worth of shirts would be.

FAU brings along 14 newcomers on National Signing Day, Coach Taggart shares his thoughts

FAU brings along 14 newcomers on National Signing Day, Coach Taggart shares his thoughts

February 6, 2020

New FAU head coach Willie Taggart finalized his first signing class with the program.

Turning Point USA founder to speak at FAU today

Turning Point USA founder to speak at FAU today

February 6, 2020

Charlie Kirk, the founder of the national conservative organization Turning Point USA, will be on the Boca campus to speak to a macroeconomics class and attend a private lunch Thursday.

Serving, transitioning, living: the struggles of Rose de la Espriella

Serving, transitioning, living: the struggles of Rose de la Espriella

February 5, 2020

Rose de la Espriella served six years in the Air Force. The FAU graduate teaching assistant was also a trans woman who died by suicide on campus in November.

Is one of the country’s most notable young conservatives speaking at FAU this week?

Is one of the country’s most notable young conservatives speaking at FAU this week?

February 4, 2020

FAU’s chapter of Turning Point USA, a conservative organization geared toward college students, announced last month that the group’s founder Charlie Kirk would speak at FAU on Feb. 6. But the announcement made via Instagram was deleted soon after. What happened?