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Column: The Road Trip From Hell

Column: The Road Trip From Hell

October 11, 2017

Waking up to a call from FAU police isn't usually a good thing. And waking up to a call from FAU police the night before one of the largest storms in American history hits is even worse.

Students Take Shelter

Students Take Shelter

October 10, 2017

FAU evacuated on-campus residents to Boca Raton Community High before Irma hit. Three students share their shelter experiences.

Students snap a photo together at the hurricane shelter.  Photo courtesy of Alvaro Valarezo

Students Take Shelter: Irma Evacuates FAU

October 10, 2017

On-campus residents were taken to Boca Raton Community High before Hurricane Irma hit. Three students share their shelter experiences.

A lightpost near IVA North stands bent after Hurricane Irma. Ryan Lynch | Business Manager

Comparing FAU’s response to Matthew and Irma

October 10, 2017

South Florida narrowly avoided getting hit with Hurricane Irma’s eye, sparing, for the most part, FAU and the surrounding a...

A lightpost near IVA North stands bent after Hurricane Irma. Ryan Lynch | Business Manager

Comparing FAU’s response to Matthew and Irma

October 10, 2017

South Florida narrowly avoided getting hit with Hurricane Irma’s eye, sparing, for the most part, FAU and the surrounding a...

Statewide University Response

Statewide University Response

October 10, 2017

A look at how Florida’s 12 public schools responded to Hurricane Irma.

Illustration by Ivan Benavides

Statewide University Response

October 10, 2017

A look at how Florida’s 12 public schools responded to Hurricane Irma.

FAU vs. Irma

FAU vs. Irma

October 10, 2017

The school canceled classes from Sept. 6 through Sept. 17.

Illustration by Ivan Benavides

FAU vs. Irma

October 10, 2017

The school canceled classes from Sept. 6 through Sept. 17.

A sign for the Woodlake Villas leans damaged by the Hurricane. Some areas in the city received downed trees and power lines, while others faced little or no problems. Ryan Lynch | Business Manager

Column: The Road Trip From Hell

September 18, 2017

Waking up to a call from FAU police isn't usually a good thing. And waking up to a call from FAU police the night before one of the largest storms in American history hits is even worse.

A tree outside the College of Medicine was uprooted during Irma onto a path leading to the building. It was later split into pieces following an inspection of campus. Ryan Lynch | Business Manager

Students react via social media to hurricane Irma

September 16, 2017

Many students and parents were worried FAU wouldn’t cancel this week’s classes.

Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
A tree lays downed near Glades Park Towers in the way of the path leading to the dumpsters.

Gallery: Hurricane Irma Strikes Campus

September 14, 2017

Ryan Lynch | Business Manager Workers clear the remaining pieces of the large tree that sat near the spaceship building Wednesday. ...