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Illustration by Michelle Rodriguez

Opinion: Six lessons from last week’s diversity meetings

July 20, 2020

Over the past week, the Division of Student Affairs hosted a series of “discussions to provide a foundation from which we can build the next steps of a better experience for our current and future FAU students,” according to an email sent out o...

This was the first session out of four this week. Photo by Alex Liscio.

FAU holds open virtual forum for Black students on racial inequality

July 14, 2020

The Division of Student Affairs hosted a virtual forum to hear students’ concerns on racial inequality, diversity, and representation at FAU.

The Division of Student Affairs Interim VP Larry Faerman will be hosting these sessions. Photo by Alex Liscio.

FAU will hold a series of sessions addressing racial inequalities separating students by race/ethnicity

July 12, 2020

Dr. Larry Faerman and Dr. Andrea Guzman Oliver who organized the sessions explained that students were separated to provide an open environment to share their experiences of racial inequality at FAU.

Illustration by Michelle Rodriguez.

Coronavirus Columns: Coronavirus is ruining my trips to Walmart

April 3, 2020

Just two weeks ago, I didn’t have to worry about catching a deadly virus while picking up a candle.

The five founders of the Black Undergraduate Theatre Collective. Photo courtesy of Corey Rose

New FAU theater organization aims to teach students about Black culture through plays, events

February 19, 2020

Beginning this Spring, The Black Undergraduate Theatre Collective will host plays and events to teach the FAU community about Black culture.

Christian Mouisset, Jeremy Wershoven, Ryan Page, Aubrey Elson, and Kailey Jones in FAU’s production of Uncle Vanya. Photo courtesy of Maria Mor Photography and Brand

Review: FAU’s Uncle Vanya

October 3, 2019

FAU’s Uncle Vanya plants a seed and forgets to water it.

The Studio Two theatre is located on the first floor of the University Theatre building. Photo courtesy of College of Arts and Letters

Theatre performance was 30 short plays rolled into one

December 8, 2017

The theatre honor society Alpha Psi Omega sponsored the event.