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Boca House representatives file impeachment charges against another member

Boca House representatives file impeachment charges against another member

January 17, 2019

The counts against Rep. Alexander Suarez range from harassment to extortion.

Students give their take on vegan options at FAU’s Boca campus

Students give their take on vegan options at FAU’s Boca campus

December 12, 2018

PETA gave FAU a high rating for its vegan options, but some students say the menu doesn’t cut it.

FAU keeps your information safe — but you don’t

FAU keeps your information safe — but you don’t

November 7, 2018

FAU has never had a data breach. Instead, most FAU students lose their information through online scams and other types of hacking.

Boca campus library in need of money for renovations

Boca campus library in need of money for renovations

October 24, 2018

Its budget hasn’t changed in the last decade.

FAU poll shows Andrew Gillum in lead for governor

FAU poll shows Andrew Gillum in lead for governor

October 24, 2018

And Rick Scott ahead in the race for the Senate.

FAU student population is mostly middle, lower income

FAU student population is mostly middle, lower income

October 11, 2018

This story is a part of our print issue on diversity, which looks at differences in beliefs, race, gender/sexuality, age, disabilities, and social class among FAU students and faculty.

A look at life for students staying at Fairfield Inn

A look at life for students staying at Fairfield Inn

September 15, 2018

For the past month, more than 100 students have been living in a hotel two miles away from FAU. Why? Because Housing oversigned on contracts — whose rules may not be enforceable off campus.

Graduation ceremony canceled due to ‘credible threat’

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.

College of Business receives $1.25 million donation for women’s leadership program

College of Business receives $1.25 million donation for women’s leadership program

June 14, 2018

The mentoring program will teach women how to succeed while facing gender bias.

Q&A: Presidential hopeful Marianne Alex shares her stance on the special election

Q&A: Presidential hopeful Marianne Alex shares her stance on the special election

April 27, 2018

Despite losing in the February election, Marianne Alex and her Vice President Edward Perez are prepared to fight for the presidential seat a second time.

Owl of the Week: Ashanti Suave

Owl of the Week: Ashanti Suave

April 24, 2018

The young entrepreneur shares his origin story, inspirations, and advice for those looking to start their own businesses.

Owls for Israel celebrates the country’s 70th birthday

Owls for Israel celebrates the country’s 70th birthday

April 21, 2018

Students learned about Israel's music, cultural groups, and LGBT rights.