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Student affairs vice president resigns from university Friday

Student affairs vice president resigns from university Friday

July 12, 2019

Corey King will act as President John Kelly’s adviser until his replacement is found.

FAU student and MSD alum Sydney Aiello remembered for her selflessness

FAU student and MSD alum Sydney Aiello remembered for her selflessness

June 17, 2019

Despite struggling with depression and her best friend’s death, Aiello constantly went out of her way to take care of her friends.

HIV researcher appointed as new FAU College of Nursing dean

HIV researcher appointed as new FAU College of Nursing dean

June 11, 2019

Safiya George was an assistant dean at the University of Alabama’s College of Nursing. She officially starts at FAU on July 8.

The history of FAU’s 30-year debate over fraternity and sorority housing

The history of FAU’s 30-year debate over fraternity and sorority housing

May 10, 2019

After almost 30 years, FAU’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is still unsure if housing for Greek life is coming anytime soon.

How two clubs are creating opportunities for female pre-health students

How two clubs are creating opportunities for female pre-health students

March 20, 2019

American Medical Women’s Association pushes for more women’s visibility in STEM through discussions, activities, and workshops.

‘Sin is insanity’: Anti-LGBT and anti-feminist preacher visits Boca campus

‘Sin is insanity’: Anti-LGBT and anti-feminist preacher visits Boca campus

March 14, 2019

Jesse Morrell’s latest of many college campus visits was at FAU, where he said a student threw a stone at him.

Furry Atlantic University: the furry community at FAU

Furry Atlantic University: the furry community at FAU

February 20, 2019

Being a furry—or a dedicated fan of human-like animal characters—at FAU is about having fun, not having a fetish.

Winner of NPR’s 2016 popular music series ‘Tiny Desk Contest’ performs at FAU

Winner of NPR’s 2016 popular music series ‘Tiny Desk Contest’ performs at FAU

February 16, 2019

Last week, professional violinist and NPR’s second-ever Tiny Desk Contest winner Gaelynn Lea held an intimate concert in the Boca library in front of about 4...

Senate agrees on budget for 2019-2020 fiscal year, makes additional cuts to University Press

Senate agrees on budget for 2019-2020 fiscal year, makes additional cuts to University Press

February 2, 2019

Correction February 2 2:20 p.m. This story has been corrected as Humphreys was not the one to call the Jupiter homecoming the "weakes...

FAU to offer new LGBTQ, Latinx, first-generation programs

FAU to offer new LGBTQ, Latinx, first-generation programs

January 25, 2019

The new programs are a part of the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs’ “rebrand” to the Center for IDEAs.

Meet two FAU bands you may have never heard of

Meet two FAU bands you may have never heard of

January 24, 2019

Solar Reef and Toledo are two FAU-rooted bands rising in the ranks of entertainment.

Spring course cancellation email an ‘error’

Spring course cancellation email an ‘error’

January 18, 2019

The Controller’s Office sent an email to some students late Thursday stating that their spring courses were “canceled due to...