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Center for Global Engagement hosts annual Festival of Nations

Center for Global Engagement hosts annual Festival of Nations

April 14, 2018

The event showcased FAU’s diverse student body and their cultures through food, activities, and speeches.

Opinion: Parkland students remain unshaken, continue to inspire through advocacy

Opinion: Parkland students remain unshaken, continue to inspire through advocacy

April 14, 2018

Two months after the shooting, Marjory Stoneman Douglas students’ activism remains a glimmer of hope that something like ‘Parkland’ will never happen again.

College of Arts and Letters hosts award-winning poet

College of Arts and Letters hosts award-winning poet

April 12, 2018

Through his works, the American poet focuses on making people laugh.

College of Arts and Letters guest speaker gives advice to aspiring writers

College of Arts and Letters guest speaker gives advice to aspiring writers

April 3, 2018

The event is part of a monthly series.

Owl of the Week: Brandon Sirota

Owl of the Week: Brandon Sirota

April 2, 2018

As a fraternity leader, television actor, and content creator, Sirota is always on the go.

A look at the university’s non-STEM researchers

A look at the university’s non-STEM researchers

March 19, 2018

From observing legislation to creating an artistic exhibit regarding the Zika virus, non-STEM research comes in all shapes and sizes.

Opinion: Has the #MeToo movement gone too far?

Opinion: Has the #MeToo movement gone too far?

March 2, 2018

Comedian Aziz Ansari receives undeserved backlash from social media in the light of recent sexual assault allegations.

Owl of the Week: Bryan Rammel

Owl of the Week: Bryan Rammel

February 26, 2018

The senior business management major worked his way up from a window cleaner to a startup co-founder.