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A stack of our most recent issue in the garbage on Diversity Way. Photo by Kristen Grau

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.

Rafael Decomas was arrested Tuesday over a Twitter post threatening to kill his professor. Photo courtesy of Riviera Busted

FAU student arrested for threatening to kill professor

November 30, 2018

Campus police received a tip about a Twitter post from the student saying he planned on murdering his teacher.

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FAU police reports Broward community college rape

September 13, 2018

But the Davie Police Department is handling the incident.

Ahead of today's 5 p.m. graduation ceremony, hundreds of students and FAU community members evacuated from the Boca Student Union. Earlier in the afternoon, an FAU employee found a post-it note that FAU police deemed a

Graduation ceremony canceled due to ‘credible threat’

August 7, 2018

A sticky note led to the evacuation of the Boca Student Union. Although, no suspicious items were found before or after a building sweep.

A participant who attended the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) program uses her right leg to kick the RAD “aggressor” played by an instructor. Photo by Violet Castano

Women learn self-defense as part of free FAU program

July 24, 2018

Rape Aggression Defense is open to women from FAU, as well as the local community.

 The man in blue played the role of one of two active school shooters. He threw a fake flash grenade after exiting the vehicle then headed toward FAU High School. Photo by Alexander Rodriguez

FAU police prepare for possible active shooter with Boca campus drill

June 27, 2018

The training involved more than 350 people.

Police Chief Brammer does his not-job in his chair. Joshua Giron | Photo Editor

Police Chief Sean Brammer talks why he became an officer, his goals for the department

February 8, 2018

Brammer was in his 20s studying civil engineering before he found his calling for law enforcement. Today, he works to ensure the safety of more than 30,000 college students

The Women and Gender Equity Resource Center is located on the second floor of the breezeway above the food court.
Photo by Max Jackson

Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts conversation on LGBT dating violence

October 29, 2017

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (ODMA) hosted a meeting for students to learn about issues affecting LGBTQ+ couples at the ...

Photo courtesy of Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

FAU police: Man brings BB gun into Parliament Hall

October 25, 2017

The man’s attorney said he waved the gun to break up a fight involving his girlfriend.

Students sitting side by side waiting to be spun on Reckless. Photo by Katrina Scales

Students, families attend Fall Family Fest despite rain

October 20, 2017

The Homecoming carnival had games, rides, food and more.

FAU reacts to Las Vegas mass shooting

October 4, 2017

Chief of Police Sean Brammer said increased security will be included in future events.

Commentary: Students need to be notified of crimes on and around campus equally

Commentary: Students need to be notified of crimes on and around campus equally

October 1, 2017

FAU notified students of Boca police on 20th Street last week, but didn't notify them of a more immediate on-campus threat last year.