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Papa John’s isn’t leaving FAU anytime soon

Papa John’s isn’t leaving FAU anytime soon

February 7, 2019

The university said it would remove the pizza chain from campus after the its founder’s racist language, but nobody has an answer for when this will happen.

FAU’s protection of constitutional rights improves

FAU’s protection of constitutional rights improves

January 25, 2019

The Foundation of Individual Rights in Education, or FIRE, has FAU listed as mediocre — but the number of policies that make it so have shrunk.

Opinion: FAU should stop forcing student organizations to attend their ‘leadership’ conferences

Opinion: FAU should stop forcing student organizations to attend their ‘leadership’ conferences

January 23, 2019

From political bias to the endorsement of false facts, FAU’s Lead and Serve conferences are not about leadership, nor do they promote diversity.

FAU holds rescheduled graduation for in-state students following ‘credible threat’ cancellation

FAU holds rescheduled graduation for in-state students following ‘credible threat’ cancellation

August 14, 2018

Over 250 in-state students graduated this morning after being evacuated from what was supposed to be their ceremony last week....

Graduation ceremonies rescheduled to this week and next

Graduation ceremonies rescheduled to this week and next

August 8, 2018

This follows the cancellation of Tuesday’s ceremony due to a “credible threat.”

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.

FAU performs better in Florida university rankings, receives extra $2 million from state

FAU performs better in Florida university rankings, receives extra $2 million from state

August 6, 2018

After coming in seventh last year, it ranked sixth out of Florida’s 11 state schools.

A rundown of the Schmidt Family Complex’s initial construction

A rundown of the Schmidt Family Complex’s initial construction

March 28, 2018

After lingering in the design process for more than a year, construction of the athletic complex is now in full swing

Football: FAU underwent a university-wide revitalization in Lane Kiffin’s first season

Football: FAU underwent a university-wide revitalization in Lane Kiffin’s first season

March 14, 2018

The team’s 2017 season of success boosted everything from school applications to game attendance

FAU waives out-of-state tuition fees for students from Puerto Rico

FAU waives out-of-state tuition fees for students from Puerto Rico

September 30, 2017

Several other Florida schools, including nearby Florida International University, did the same.

Fish deaths in Boca campus pond caused by low oxygen levels

Fish deaths in Boca campus pond caused by low oxygen levels

April 12, 2017

Students looking for the reason why there were dead fish outside the pond near Parking Garage 2 have no reason to worry about the toxicity of the water, as the deaths were caused by a change in oxygen levels due to higher temperatures.

Snack vending machines on FAU’s campuses removed due to contract change

Snack vending machines on FAU’s campuses removed due to contract change

December 21, 2016

Students looking to buy a snack from one of Florida Atlantic’s vending machines will have to wait until January 2017, as a change in contracts has caused the school to remove most of the machines from its campuses.