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Larger campuses appear to have a lower voter turnout than universities with smaller student populations, with the exception of the University of Florida. (See table below) Graphic by Ivan Benavides

Most FAU students aren’t voting in Student Government elections

May 1, 2018

Less than 10 percent of FAU’s 28,000 students voted for student body president this year despite Student Government’s efforts to promote the election.

Political science professor denies ties to white supremacy

April 9, 2018

Marshall DeRosa is denying any accusations of racism and white supremacy after receiving generous grants from the Koch Foundation caught the eye of a non-profit campaign.

Owlsley. Alexander Rodriguez | News Editor

Opinion: Writing about Owlsley shouldn’t be this difficult

March 29, 2018

The school’s spirit department takes itself too seriously. Instead of a feature on the life of a university mascot, I was given half truths and tall tales

Pierce Herrmann | Contributing Photographer

FAU Relay for Life raises thousands for cancer research

March 27, 2018

The annual event hosted 33 teams of FAU students, faculty, and members of the community to take laps around the Boca campus track and field.

Comparing campus sustainability programs at Florida universities

Comparing campus sustainability programs at Florida universities

March 4, 2018

A look at the eco-friendly initiatives at six public Florida universities and their recycling and environmental efforts.

Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson speaks to the crowd in the Boca campus Student Union auditorium Thursday. Joshua Giron | Photo Editor

Washington Post columnist talks Trump presidency, social media’s influence

February 27, 2018

Eugene Robinson spoke as part of an annual lecture series.

A look at the Boca campus’ history as a former U.S. air base

February 19, 2018

The Boca Raton Army Air Field eventually aided the Allies to win the second world war.

Police Chief Brammer does his not-job in his chair. Joshua Giron | Photo Editor

Police Chief Sean Brammer talks why he became an officer, his goals for the department

February 8, 2018

Brammer was in his 20s studying civil engineering before he found his calling for law enforcement. Today, he works to ensure the safety of more than 30,000 college students

Students prepared to catch shirts during the 10th annual bonfire. Joshua Giron | Photo Editor

FAU to host Black History Month events

February 5, 2018

The events will appear on the Boca, Davie, and Jupiter campuses.

Photo courtesy of FAU

FAU provost to step down

January 15, 2018

Dr. Perry was appointed as FAU provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs in 2014.

Students respond to completed Breezeway

December 13, 2017

Students were asked if the Breezeway construction was worth the wait.

FAU senior starts Adaptive Tennis program

November 24, 2017

Oscar Fonseca is bringing one of the most popular sports in Florida to local children with disabilities.