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Opinion: Why we reported Tuesday’s death the way we did

Opinion: Why we reported Tuesday’s death the way we did

November 6, 2019

Somebody died on campus yesterday. We found out everything we could and reported it. You might’ve disagreed with our headline and framing — but now, we want your feedback.

‘They probably thought I was a criminal’: Baker Acted students say wearing handcuffs worsens their experience

‘They probably thought I was a criminal’: Baker Acted students say wearing handcuffs worsens their experience

October 15, 2019

Law enforcement agencies can involuntarily transport students to mental health treatment centers under a Florida law called the Baker Act. But when they use handcuffs to do so, which experts say is relatively standard, students say it makes their situation even worse.

Opinion: Thank you for trashing our newspapers

Opinion: Thank you for trashing our newspapers

September 16, 2019

Someone threw at least a bin full of our latest issue in the campus garbage. You know, the one with rape allegations against the quarterback on the cover. But we’re not mad, we’re flattered.

The NCAA lacks a policy disqualifying sexually violent players

The NCAA lacks a policy disqualifying sexually violent players

September 1, 2019

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) doesn’t have a policy prohibiting athletes who commit sexual violence from playing. Experts and activists say the problem lies in the NCAA’s lack of clear cut rules regarding sexual misconduct.

FAU “stomp on Jesus” professor running for Palm Beach office

FAU “stomp on Jesus” professor running for Palm Beach office

June 21, 2019

Dr. Deandre Poole is running for the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections in 2020. His main goal is eliminating voter suppression.

A look into hazing allegations at FAU

A look into hazing allegations at FAU

May 6, 2019

FAU charged a fraternity with “brutal” hazing, but it’s not saying anything else — and one expert says that’s the problem.

How does FAU Greek life match up to other Florida universities?

How does FAU Greek life match up to other Florida universities?

May 1, 2019

Here are the smartest, most popular, and best-behaved Greek communities in Florida — and the least.

FAU philanthropy event raises $247,000 for children with chronic illnesses

FAU philanthropy event raises $247,000 for children with chronic illnesses

April 29, 2019

OwlThon generates thousands of dollars annually, typically raised by FAU fraternity and sorority members.

Meet the Planned Parenthood organization at FAU

Meet the Planned Parenthood organization at FAU

March 22, 2019

Generation Action is trying to reduce the stigma around abortion.

Making clothes their future: Running a business as a student

Making clothes their future: Running a business as a student

February 26, 2019

Two FAU students are taking their careers into their own hands by creating and designing clothing brands.

Student Government presidential, gubernatorial candidates speak on abortion, LGBT issues, recent ‘scandals’

Student Government presidential, gubernatorial candidates speak on abortion, LGBT issues, recent ‘scandals’

February 22, 2019

College Democrats and the National Organization for Women held a panel for the candidates to talk about their platforms.

Making ends meet: being a sugar baby at FAU

Making ends meet: being a sugar baby at FAU

January 18, 2019

College life may not be all that sweet — some needed alternative ways to make money during school.