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Lambda United President Alex Bruens (left) and Lambda Alpha Lambda president Gabby Miernik (right) said that while they both view FAU as being LGBT-friendly, the university could take extra steps to insure it's inclusive of the entire LGBT community. Photo by Violet Castano

Out and proud: a look at LGBT services on campus

October 15, 2018

Various university programs and student organizations show FAU’s support of the LGBT community — but despite this, the university still has room for improvement.

Student Accessibility Services offers accomodations for five categories of impairments: learning, hearing, physical, visual, and/or other.  Illustration by Joey Sena

Students with physical, mental conditions share their experiences on campus

October 12, 2018

Over 1,100 students are registered with Student Accessibility Services so they can receive equal opportunities on campus.

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum gained an edge over his opponent, Ron DeSantis in the Florida governor race, at least according to an FAU poll. Photo courtesy of Facebook

FAU poll reveals close Florida Senate, governor race

September 20, 2018

Senate candidates Rick Scott and Bill Nelson tied, while governor hopeful Andrew Gillum gained a small lead over Ron DeSantis.

A view of the final design of the Schmidt Family Complex, which will be attached to Parking Garage 3. Image courtesy of HKS Architects

Schmidt Complex is cutting into student parking

September 19, 2018

FAU closed a parking garage level to make way for its $65 million academic and athletic complex.

VP-elect Kyle MacDonald sits at his desk in the Student Government offices. He has taken over as temporary student body president. Photo by Alexander Rodriguez

Student body VP takes over as president

May 28, 2018

But only temporarily.

Photo courtesy of Student Government

Special election opposed by Student Court, Senate, all three campus houses

May 2, 2018

The different governmental bodies allege it violates Student Government statutes.

Photo courtesy of Student Government Elections' Facebook

Special election back on, despite allegations claiming it’s ‘unconstitutional’

April 11, 2018

Students will vote following the last day of classes.

The FAU Business Services office on the Boca campus. Joshua Giron | Photo Editor

Opinion: Business Services doesn’t care about sick students

April 1, 2018

The office doesn’t prioritize students with chronic illnesses seeking meal plan exemptions. How do I know? I’m one of them. And so are Ashley Stevens and Tracey Tobkin

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Student Court alleges special election ‘unconstitutional’

March 26, 2018

This follows the removal of the president-elect and vice president-elect for violating campaign rules.