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The College of Business said that young voters could help decide the race between Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum and former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis. Photo courtesy of Andrew Gillum's Facebook

FAU poll shows Andrew Gillum in lead for governor

October 24, 2018

And Rick Scott ahead in the race for the Senate.

Illustration by Dan Bartholomew

Opinion: Immigration can make America great again

September 18, 2018

The United States needs to return to its days of being a sanctuary for those in need.

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

FAU poll: Floridians support Trump more than ever

May 31, 2018

College Democrats say it doesn’t matter while Republicans think it’s about time.

Photo by Tony Harp, U.S. Air National Guard

Charisma and narcissism gets votes, study shows

April 26, 2018

The study uses the 2016 election of Donald Trump as an example of a leader utilizing these traits to their advantage.

A student wipes away a tear during a Parkland shooting vigil held on the Boca campus March 16. Joshua Giron | Photo Editor

Students discuss gun violence, mental health six weeks after Parkland

March 30, 2018

In recent weeks, students have taken part in two demonstrations protesting gun violence at FAU

Photo courtesy of the Business and Economics Polling Initiative at FAU

University poll sees Floridians split on Charlottesville events

September 17, 2017

The College of Business polling initiative shows a tight race for the U.S. senate, as well as the Florida governor seat.

BEPI Director Monica Escaleras talks with the students who help compile data and put together the polling initiative's monthly findings. Joe Pye | Editor in Chief

College of Business poll finds majority of Floridians prefer Obama’s Cuba policy over Trump’s

July 13, 2017

Three years after former President Barack Obama made moves to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, our current president is once again trumping the Obama administration — and Floridians aren’t happy.

Illustration by Ivan Benavides

Opinion: The Trump Era garners new hope for America’s future

May 27, 2017

People often ask me, “Why do you support Donald Trump? Why do you think he’s been a good president?” These questions are asked and are expected to be answered briefly in a text message or perhaps in a comment section on a Facebook post.

Illustration by Ivan Benavides

Opinion: Trump’s time in office a failure

May 27, 2017

Donald Trump’s rise to president of the United States has undoubtedly been a historic one. While polling at the lowest public approval rating of any new president, Trump has re-shaped the norms and traditions of previous presidents, but to what avail?

BEPI Director Monica Escaleras talks with the students who help compile data and put together the polling initiative's monthly findings. Joe Pye | Editor in Chief

BEPI poll shows majority of Floridians disagree with Trump’s immigration-related policies

February 7, 2017

While President Donald Trump’s recent tweets suggest that he believes his policy is the will of the people, a new poll from Florida Atlantic says Floridians think otherwise.

Photo courtesy of MB O'Malley Prusher.

Students and faculty react to Trump’s executive order

February 4, 2017

A week ago, President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning entry to the United States to all travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations: Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia and Libya. Hours later, there was chaos at major airports across America, including in South Florida.

President John Kelly says diversity in the faculty is a major priority. Photo by Mohammed F. Emran.

University President John Kelly blogs support to students, faculty after Trump’s travel ban

January 31, 2017

In the wake of an executive order Saturday by President Donald Trump that banned travel to and from seven countries in the Middle East, Florida Atlantic President John Kelly addressed the university in a blog post to FAU students and faculty affected by the executive order.