FAU Boca Raton campus Administration Building. Tim Murphy | Contributing Photographer

Saving the Grade

January 27, 2015

Correction: A previous of this story claimed that the policy mentioned was unanimously approved by the Senate, but there was at least o...

The Tortuga Trail is a part of FAU's preserve and is where the 2009 FAU Master plan declared that IVA Phase 2 may be built. Photo by Sean Webster.

Building dorms on the reserve

May 7, 2014

One FAU organization is protesting building dorms on the preserve, which aren’t actually being built at the moment.

FAU starts looking for a new university president

Christopher Massana

October 1, 2013

The job isn’t posted online anywhere — there isn’t a final description of the work involved — there isn’t even a concrete timetable for when FAU wants the position filled, but a search committee is actively looking for the university’s seventh president. Last Wednesday, Sept. 25, a 15-member board met for the first time in the recruitme...

FAU administrators are dropping like flies, instantly re-spawning

Dylan Bouscher and Cealia Brannan

August 6, 2013

In the last two months, FAU’s President and Provost stepped down, while two more Associate Provosts and a Vice President left for similar jobs at other universities. Monica Orozco and Janet Cramer, who oversaw the Center for eLearning and Instruction and Assessment, took new Provost positions at universities in New Mexico and Colorado respectively...

Director of Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Margaret Leinen parts with FAU to explore uncharted waters

Ella Levinger

July 30, 2013

Director of FAU’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute and Associate Provost of Marine and Environmental Initiatives, Margaret Leinen is set to leave to her home in Fort Pierce, and teaching position at FAU. Leinen will be leaving FAU two years and eight months after she accepted her position as Executive Director of FAU’s Harbor Branch Ocea...

Bands practicing on FAU parking garage roof receive administrative support

Austen Erblat

July 11, 2013

If you’re looking for a quiet place to study or read, the fifth floor of FAU’s parking garage is not the place. But if you’re a college rock band who needs a place to jam, it’s perfect. It wasn’t always that way though. Groups like Mylo Ranger and To the Earth, made up of students have been forced out of the parking garages by FAU police officers in ...