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Corey King stepped down Friday from his post as vice president of student affairs. Photo courtesy of Student Affairs marketing

Student affairs vice president resigns from university Friday

July 12, 2019

Corey King will act as President John Kelly’s adviser until his replacement is found.

The residence hall replacing Algonquin will have 600 beds, which is over 400 more than what Algonquin has now. Photo by Wesley Wright

Algonquin Hall to be demolished summer 2019

December 11, 2018

The demolition will make way for an updated residence hall in 2021.

Despite the new hours next semester, the opening times of the Dunkin' Donuts in the library will not change for now, student body President Kyle MacDonald said. Photo by Alexander Rodriguez

Boca campus library to test new 24-hour opening schedule in the spring

November 12, 2018

The program was enacted by student body President Kyle MacDonald, and will begin in January 2019.

Student body President Kyle MacDonald spoke about SG's future Tuesday, and released a video on social media detailing those same goals, which is pictured above. Photo courtesy of Student Government's Facebook

Student body president outlines future Student Government initiatives

September 26, 2018

Kyle MacDonald presented this year’s State of the Student Body Address, proposing a four-pillar plan to improve campus life.

Owls Among Us: How Jeron Bornstein went from owning a single dollar to free tuition

September 4, 2018

After being homeless, going to jail, and recovering from drugs, 27-year-old engineering major Jeron Bornstein made a new life for himself at FAU.

Marianne Alex and Edward Perez. Alexander Rodriguez | News Editor

Q&A: Presidential hopeful Marianne Alex shares her stance on the special election

April 27, 2018

Despite losing in the February election, Marianne Alex and her Vice President Edward Perez are prepared to fight for the presidential seat a second time.

Owl of the Week: Michael Cooper

Owl of the Week: Michael Cooper

April 16, 2018

As the newest director of the Student Union, Cooper is planning to completely renovate the building in a project with a $22.7 million budget.

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Special election back on, despite allegations claiming it’s ‘unconstitutional’

April 11, 2018

Students will vote following the last day of classes.

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Student Government special election suspended indefinitely

March 31, 2018

The Student Court ruled the election violates SG statutes.

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Student Court alleges special election ‘unconstitutional’

March 26, 2018

This follows the removal of the president-elect and vice president-elect for violating campaign rules.

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Special Student Government election to decide next president, vice president

March 24, 2018

The decision comes a week after the president and vice president-elect were disqualified from serving.