The act of being a sugar baby is called

Making ends meet: being a sugar baby at FAU

January 18, 2019

College life may not be all that sweet — some needed alternative ways to make money during school.

Cheryl Jarvis said college students likely try pyramid schemes because they are

Pyramid schemes won’t make you rich, FAU students discover

January 15, 2019

FAU students that engage in pyramid schemes usually end up disappointed.

FAU BB&T Breezeway branch. Alex Rodriguez | Photo Editor

BB&T closes branch on campus

October 27, 2017

Earlier this year, the university announced that BB&T bank will no longer continue operations on the FAU Boca campus. Th...

Photo by Andrew Fraieli

Opinion: Tourism ruins what traveling revels

March 6, 2017

It’s 1555. Masqueraded men and women flood decorated streets and canals where they drink and party, enjoying what would become...

Photo by Andrew Fraieli

How to avoid screwing up while traveling

March 1, 2017

You’re going to screw up when you travel. You’re going to end up without the right currency for the country you are in, no ...

Photo by Alexis Paige

Globetrotting with empty pockets

February 28, 2017

Traveling warrants a lot of questions: Where are you going? Where did you come from? How’d you get there? But the biggest que...

Photo of Sean Stein Pavilion courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

College of Business receives top rankings

May 11, 2016

Stepping into the Boca Raton campus’s College of Business is almost like stepping into a whole new university, with the strong aroma of coffee beans from the Outtakes in the lobby and the neon tickers flashing from the “trading room,” which replicates a real-world trading experience for students.

Posed books and tablet. Emily Creighton | Features Editor

Battle of the Books: Print vs eCopy

July 17, 2015

In my previous article, “Wasted Woes: I Wish I Hadn’t Bought That,” I discussed school supplies that college students buy and end up not using, along with cheaper alternatives. But I didn’t get the opportunity to talk about one of the most important school items: textbooks.

Alexis Hayward | Web Editor

Wasted Woes: I Wish I Hadn’t Bought That

July 10, 2015

I wish someone would have told me that school supply shopping in college is very different from shopping for school supplies in high school. You’d assume that’s common sense, right? Well, going supply shopping in college with a high school mentality is more common than you would think.

Illustration by Ivan Benavides

How to get your money back from a broken vending machine purchase on campus

April 15, 2015

ending machines are convenient, but their snacks often cost more than the advertised dollar for a pack of Sun Chips. These co...

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Gimme Money! Think you can’t afford to study abroad? We’ll help you rethink that.

September 18, 2014

  Based purely on my lack of funding, study abroad wasn’t something I planned on doing during college. It didn’t seem like anything I’d be able to do in the near future. In 20...