If members of the sorority Sigma Kappa make social media posts deemed inappropriate by another member, they're sent dove emojis that notify them to remove the post, according to their constitution. No such policies are on fraternities' constitutions. Illustration by Kristen Grau

Sorority dress codes, social media rules more regulated and restrictive than fraternities’

June 9, 2019

The laws laid out in sorority and fraternity constitutions vary by organization, but some of those differences are harder on women.

Because FAU doesn’t provide on-campus housing for Greek Life members, the brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi often host parties in a house a few minutes away from campus. Photo by Simone Stewart

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.

The impeachment of Luke Turner failed narrowly last fall. Illustration by Dan Bartholomew

What do the past events of SG mean for the future?

January 17, 2019

This semester will see another presidential race, and what’s happened in the last year will impact who’s running.

Sayd Hussain (middle) sits next to Boca campus House Rep. Louis Akra during Gov. Luke Turner's impeachment hearing on Nov. 16. Photo by Hope Dean

Opinion: The failed impeachment against Gov. Luke Turner proves that Student Government is not for the students

December 21, 2018

Former SG member Sayd Hussain believes the Boca campus governor wasted students’ money and abused his power — yet he is still in office.

During a House of Representatives meeting Nov. 16, members did not reach a required majority vote to impeach Gov. Luke Turner. House Rep. Alexander Suarez is a former sponsor of the Articles of Impeachment against Turner. Photo by Hope Dean

Open letter to Student Government: My side of the tale

December 21, 2018

House Rep. Alexander Suarez discusses alleged backdoor deals in SG relating to the impeachment attempt against Boca campus Gov. Luke Turner.

Gov. Luke Turner speaks during the House meeting on the factual issues in the Articles of Impeachment and why he believes he should stay in office. Photo by Hope Dean

Boca campus governor narrowly avoids impeachment

November 16, 2018

The decision can still be appealed, however.

Things became heated when House of Representatives members met to discuss the possible impeachment of Luke Turner. Photo courtesy of the FAU House of Representatives Facebook page

Student Government members make things ‘personal’ over Boca governor impeachment charges

November 16, 2018

House of Representatives members talked over and shouted at each other within the first 10 minutes of meeting.

Gov. Luke Turner has already spent more than half the yearly budget, according to the Articles of Impeachment written by former SG member Sayd Hussain. Photo courtesy of Flickr

Opinion: Boca campus governor should be impeached over lavish spending

November 15, 2018

Luke Turner’s misuse of Student Government money is one of the many reasons why he deserves to lose his position of power.

Things became heated when House of Representatives members met to discuss the possible impeachment of Luke Turner. Photo courtesy of the FAU House of Representatives Facebook page

Student Government members to hold ‘special’ meeting

November 15, 2018

The impeachment charges against the Boca campus governor will be discussed, among other things.

One of the complaints in the Articles of Impeachment is that Gov. Luke Turner spent $4,000 on his State of the Campus address, shown above, while previous governors have spent less than $200 on the event. Photo by Emma Saunders

Former Student Government member looks to impeach Boca campus governor

November 13, 2018

Sayd Hussain is claiming that Luke Turner neglected his governmental duties and misused SG funds.

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FAU Boca governor discusses recent campus, Student Government accomplishments

October 18, 2018

Luke Turner outlined the progress made in his first semester as governor.

Photo courtesy of Flickr.

Chick-fil-A breakfast options may be coming to FAU

July 16, 2018

Random students will be surveyed to determine what the food items should be.