If members of the sorority Sigma Kappa make social media posts deemed inappropriate by another member, they're sent dove emojis that notify them to remove the post, according to their constitution. No such policies are on fraternities' constitutions. Illustration by Kristen Grau

Sorority dress codes, social media rules more regulated and restrictive than fraternities’

June 9, 2019

The laws laid out in sorority and fraternity constitutions vary by organization, but some of those differences are harder on women.

FAU's Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies is filled with handmade feminist artwork. Photo by Hope Dean

FAU’s women, gender, and sexuality studies isn’t a waste of time for everyone

March 27, 2019

Students and faculty in the program say that they use the knowledge to get a job, understand their life experiences, and look at the world through different perspectives.

FAU’s Gender and Women’s Studies Professor and “Political Slideshow 2016” curator/creator Jane Caputi Poses for a photo with her favorite piece from the election exhibit.  Craig Ries | Contributing Photographer

Schmidt Center Gallery Public Space hosts “Political Sideshow 2016” exhibition

November 2, 2016

Currently, the only place at Florida Atlantic University where people are allowed to throw a shoe at a politician is found within the S...