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Opinion: Safety should be the top priority before reopening

July 29, 2020

“FAU has announced that they will be returning to campus in the fall in a hybrid format, but is it feasible?” asks Contributing Writer Natalia Ribeiro.

About 1.6 million Floridians can't vote because of a past felony conviction, the highest statistic of its kind  in all the states. Photo courtesy of Pixabay

Opinion: Say “yes” to Amendment 4 and restore ex-felons’ right to vote

October 30, 2018

Ending this exclusion is an essential, non-partisan way to improve our democracy and bring Florida in line with the rest of our country.

Photo by Max Jackson

Baseball: Owls defeat Florida 7-3 in third straight elimination game

June 4, 2018

Usual closer Zach Schneider allowed just three runs in five innings in his first career start

Panelists (from left to right) Geraldine Harriel, Roderick Kemp, Mark Schneider and Dr. Wendy Hinshaw talking about their motivations to become activists for voting rights of former felons. Photo by Amber Kelley.

For Our Future hosts Voting Rights Panel

November 20, 2017

Panelists called to lift the lifetime ban on voting for felons by petitioning for its place on the 2018 ballot.

Interior of the Atlantic Dining Hall when it's open. Photo by Andrew Fraieli | Opinions Editor

Campus food costs around the state

November 19, 2017

As registration for spring classes begins, students express their frustrations over campus food costs.

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.

BEPI Director Monica Escaleras speaks to the students that participate in her BEPI class. Joe Pye | News Editor

FAU students produce nationally-recognized reports

March 22, 2017

Next month, a handful of the students behind Florida Atlantic’s Business and Economics Polling Initiative will be able to atten...

Big Cypress National Preserve. Photo by Emily Creighton

Spring Break Ideas for the Student With a Car

February 27, 2017

There are lots of places to go within Florida, Georgia and Tennessee, all within driving distance, to have an adventure off cam...

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FAU future institute to receive millions from US transportation department

December 16, 2016

Over a five-year period, the United States Department of Transportation will annually award Florida Atlantic $1.4 million to conduct research to improve the state’s transportation infrastructure.

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Medical marijuana passes in Florida on third try

November 15, 2016

Along with the votes cast for the next president came the votes determining the next step of legalization for medical marijuana. Th...

Republican Marco Rubio will keep his seat in the U.S. Senate. Courtesy of Wikimedia

Florida’s 2016 election results

November 9, 2016

Tuesday’s election not only determined America’s next president, it also set the stage for local and state governments.

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Column: Amendment 1 misleads Florida voters into limiting solar power growth

November 7, 2016

  Let me preface this by saying that I am not interested in telling people how to vote. That being said, we cannot have a free society...