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Opinion: First Amendment Failures

Opinion: First Amendment Failures

January 11, 2020

FAU needs to stop violating its community’s First Amendment rights.

Pulitzer Prize-winning author serves as a keynote speaker for Constitution Day forum

Pulitzer Prize-winning author serves as a keynote speaker for Constitution Day forum

September 15, 2016

On Thursday, Florida Atlantic alumna and journalist Mirta Ojito spoke on immigration, the election and the First Amendment at the fourth annual Robert J. Bailyn Symposium on the First Amendment as the keynote speaker.

Student Government member forgoes duties, students say advisers stepped in to save elections

Student Government member forgoes duties, students say advisers stepped in to save elections

April 27, 2016

A miniature American flag hangs upside down on the corkboard of the elections office in the second floor of the Student Union, a traditional note of a state in distress. The flipped flag symbolizes the chaos the elections office faced over the past two months. “The elections are done so I guess I’ll just—” Elections Board Marketing Director Ryan Klimar said as he reached over to flip the flag right side up. “I flipped that two months ago.” In February, the Student Government elections for the next president, vice president and campus governors kicked off, but they didn’t go smoothly.

FAU Boca celebrates Constitution Day with Competitions, Colors, and Conversations

FAU Boca celebrates Constitution Day with Competitions, Colors, and Conversations

September 21, 2014

  Sept. 17 is Constitution Day. Also know as Citizenship Day, it honors the date the constitution was signed in 1787. ...