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FAU, are you informed?

FAU, are you informed?

February 23, 2016

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School spirit, school desirability recurring themes at Student Government presidential debate

School spirit, school desirability recurring themes at Student Government presidential debate

February 20, 2016

All three presidential candidates proudly flaunted the school's colors — either blue or red — and discussed their campaigns until hearing the final strike of the moderator's gavel. The Florida Atlantic presidential debate took place on Friday at 5 p.m in the Carol and Barry Kaye Performing Arts Auditorium.

Student organizations to lose money next year

Student organizations to lose money next year

February 1, 2016

With fewer students planned to be enrolled next year, more student organizations need to cut their budgets. See what recommendations the University Budget Appropriations Committee made.

NAACP stages march at FAU to support Mizzou

NAACP stages march at FAU to support Mizzou

November 12, 2015

mass blur of black marched from the Boca campus Rec Center to the Free Speech Lawn this morning. It started with about 60 st...

Locked Out: Student Government member wrongly removed from his position

Locked Out: Student Government member wrongly removed from his position

October 27, 2015

n a Thursday morning, Carter Lewis walked into the Student Union and headed up the stairs toward his office like any other da...

Student Government sparks school spirit with new project

Student Government sparks school spirit with new project

October 3, 2015

Student Government’s latest project is to try and transform Boca into more of a college town. The idea is to rename 20th Street, with the goal being to create a more college-friendly city, prospectively making FAU less of a commuter school. Student body president Kathryn Edmunds sent out a tweet on Sept. 28, asking for students to submit their suggestions for a new name of the street using the hashtag, “#Rename20th.”

SG Elections: Number of Student Voters Worsens

SG Elections: Number of Student Voters Worsens

September 18, 2015

Elections wrapped up on Sept. 17, and Student Government officials are trying to understand why there is -- yet again -- such low interest in voting.

Column: 2015 State of the University: What wasn’t addressed

Column: 2015 State of the University: What wasn’t addressed

September 2, 2015

This year’s State of the University Address left me with more questions than answers.

2015 State of the University Address roundup

2015 State of the University Address roundup

September 2, 2015

t this year’s State of the University Address, hosted on Sept. 1, Student Body President Kathryn Edmunds decided to switch up the agenda by giving the students a Florida Atlantic version of a Technology, Ente...

The who’s who of FAU

The who’s who of FAU

August 17, 2015

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 13 members All decisions that ultimately affect the school are put through the Board of Trustees. They’re responsi...

“Tight budgets” means less jobs for student media outlets

“Tight budgets” means less jobs for student media outlets

May 11, 2015

or the rest of the fiscal year, FAU media outlets have been told by their advisors to limit paid staff to two or three person...

An in-depth look at the next student body president, Kathryn Edmunds

An in-depth look at the next student body president, Kathryn Edmunds

March 17, 2015

Walking through Student Union at 8 a.m. and greeting everyone with a smile on her face is Student Body President-elect Kathryn Ed...