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Program Board put flyers all around campus with the announced line-up for Fly On Music Fest. | Alexander Rodriguez

Program Board announces spring festival lineup

February 19, 2018

The festival will take place March 16.

Students with glow-in-the-dark accessories danced during the zumba class on Monday night. Photo Editor | Joshua Giron

Program Board holds first glow-in-the-dark Zumba class

February 3, 2018

The first ever glow in the dark zumba took place at the Boca Student Union.

Gallery: FAU Student Government hosts

Gallery: FAU Student Government hosts “Beat FIU” Pep Rally

November 17, 2017

Alexander Rodriguez | Photo Editor The Lane Train made a special appearance at the Beat FIU Pep Rally as it rolled through Diversit...

Gallery: Student Government hosts Homecoming Kick Off

Gallery: Student Government hosts Homecoming Kick Off

October 14, 2017

Lauren Sopourn | Staff Photographer FAU junior majoring in elementary education Calonda Harvey attends the Homecoming pep rally Friday...

Gallery: Program Board hosts stuff-your-own owl event

Gallery: Program Board hosts stuff-your-own owl event

October 13, 2017

Joshua Giron | Staff Photographer Amanda Pinon (left) and Annie Coen (right) both freshman hospitality majors attended the Program Board...

FAU students face off in laser tag games on campus

Austen Erblat

July 22, 2013

Crouched below the inflatable barriers, I peeked out to snap photos of the brave young warriors who knew damn-well what they signed up for. I didn’t know it, but laser beams were flying all around me, and if I had a weapon of my own, I’d have been shot many times over already. Armed with only a camera, I had to get an objective report of the batt...

Money gets destroyed and students disappear at FAU magic show

Sarah Pruzansky

July 20, 2013

Scanning the crowd, a quirky man asks all students in the audience to raise their hand if they have a dollar bill on them. Some students throw their hands up in the air excitedly holding their dollar, while others glance at each other whispering “Is he going to take our money?” Matthew Elfenbein, a sophomore film major, took that chance and was called onto the stage. With a huge smile, he introduced himsel...