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Animal House

Animal House

August 21, 2016

How do you combat increasing rates of depression, anxiety and stress in college students? One way could be allowing students to bring their pets to live with them.

Psychology Club to host suicide prevention walk

Psychology Club to host suicide prevention walk

March 17, 2016

The psychology club at Florida Atlantic’s Boca Raton campus will be partnering with the school’s Counseling and Psychological Services center to host the Out of Darkness Walkathon on Sunday, March 20.

Hope N’ Mic Night: Entertainment and inspiration

Hope N’ Mic Night: Entertainment and inspiration

March 9, 2016

On Friday, March 4, FAU's chapter of the national organization To Write Love on Her Arms held Hope 'N' Mic Night, an event featuring live music and free food. The purpose was to raise awareness of mental health issues and provide an outlet for creative expression.

Exposing the darkness: discussing the genocide in Iraq and Syria

Exposing the darkness: discussing the genocide in Iraq and Syria

February 10, 2016

An entire town being wiped off the map by ideologically driven extremists, an entire ethnicity being targeted for elimination, and Mackenzie Knowles-Coursin was there trying to prevent these types of things from happening.

Legal combat on campus with daggers and swords

Legal combat on campus with daggers and swords

February 3, 2016

A girl armed with a sword unleashes a devastating melee attack on her opponent, who stumbles and falls to the ground on one knee. Sensing her victory is near at hand, she steps forward, raises her sword high above her head and gets stabbed in the stomach with a short dagger. Both fighters are students here at FAU. Their foam sword fight took place on campus, and not only was it legal, it was also enjoyable. “It was awesome. I felt like a video game character!” said freshman communication major Jennifer Ringhof after her first match. “It’s really good exercise too.”