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FAU community wants more parking, bowling alley

FAU community wants more parking, bowling alley

April 20, 2018

The document looks ahead ten years and charts out academic and constructional plans for the university.

FAU falls short in mental health funding, number of counselors

FAU falls short in mental health funding, number of counselors

April 12, 2018

The low ranking is partially to blame on denied requests for funding from the state of Florida.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas memorial items stored at FAU

Marjory Stoneman Douglas memorial items stored at FAU

April 2, 2018

The mementos left by members of the community were boxed up by volunteers for safekeeping.

Students discuss gun violence, mental health six weeks after Parkland

Students discuss gun violence, mental health six weeks after Parkland

March 30, 2018

In recent weeks, students have taken part in two demonstrations protesting gun violence at FAU

Students take part in national walkout honoring Parkland shooting victims

Students take part in national walkout honoring Parkland shooting victims

March 14, 2018

Teachers were encouraged to allow students to attend the walkout.

Owl of the Week: Hannah Herbst

Owl of the Week: Hannah Herbst

March 12, 2018

Meet the 17-year-old inventor who plans to bring clean energy to countries in need.

Nontraditional students on campus share their stories

Nontraditional students on campus share their stories

March 1, 2018

From ex-military to ex-wrestler, those who return to school after the age of 25 come in all shapes and sizes and with an array of goals to obtain.

In Memory of Paulina Chiriboga

In Memory of Paulina Chiriboga

February 16, 2018

Her father and one of her closest friends recall her “beautiful, happy” life dedicated to helping others

Diversity office director Artie Jamison shares her personal philosophy, why she wants to give back

Diversity office director Artie Jamison shares her personal philosophy, why she wants to give back

February 6, 2018

The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs director details why she chose to work in Student Affairs and her thoughts on diversity

Holocaust survivor shares her story as part of annual lecture series

Holocaust survivor shares her story as part of annual lecture series

January 22, 2018

Celie Lackner Heinish Halzel spoke to 150 people on growing up in the 1930s.

Pets in Danger at FAU, Student Government bring foster dogs to Boca campus

Pets in Danger at FAU, Student Government bring foster dogs to Boca campus

December 4, 2017

Students signed up to foster the animals as part of the event.

Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts conversation on LGBT dating violence

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 ...