Students who are part of Rhetorical Oracle debate Police ethics on Nov. 29. Ryan Lynch | Editor in Chief

Students debate political issues as part of new program

December 7, 2016

  With this year’s election over, one Florida Atlantic organization is looking to have students and faculty debate what path lawmak...

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A look at the four state amendments in the upcoming election

November 4, 2016

On Nov. 8, Florida voters will be selecting more than just who will be the next president. Besides picking state senators and con...

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Student Government elects new officials after two weeks of delays

November 3, 2016

Florida Atlantic’s Student Government elected new officials to the House of Representatives on Oct. 28 after failing to have enough m...

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October BEPI poll released has Hillary Clinton leading in Florida over Donald Trump

October 16, 2016

A new poll by the Business and Economics Polling Initiative at Florida Atlantic University has Democratic Party presidential candidate ...

Boca Raton campus Governor Hamilton Ezell looks at his notes before speaking at the state of the campus address in the House Chambers Friday. Jonathan Scott | Staff Photographer

Student Government governor speaks at State of the Campus address

September 24, 2016

On Friday, Florida Atlantic Student Government held its annual State of the Campus address where Governor Hamilton Ezell discussed current university progress, safety and student opinions.

Enrollment data says Floridians are among the majority of students who attend FAU

Enrollment data says Floridians are among the majority of students who attend FAU

September 21, 2016

According to new university data, Floridians make up about 94 percent of the student population at Florida Atlantic.

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Student organization to plan vigil in response to Orlando mass shooting

June 12, 2016

After a shooting at the Orlando gay nightclub Pulse left 50 people dead and 53 more injured, members of the Florida Atlantic community have gathered together in the wake of the largest mass shooting in American history.

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Researchers discover bat-eating monkeys

June 9, 2016

Until recently, researchers have been unable to discover how bats have been able to transfer diseases like Ebola to primates.

One of the parking lots at the University Village Apartments. Students with green permits can park there. Photo by Jennifer Lett

FAU Parking announces new rules for summer

May 25, 2016

There are some new parking rules for Florida Atlantic students attending classes this summer.

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Three robberies take place near Boca Raton campus

May 17, 2016

Three robberies happened near the Boca Raton campus within a 24-hour time span on Saturday, according to the Sun Sentinel.

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Jumorrow Johnson settling in as new victim’s advocate

May 9, 2016

On March 31, the FAU PD announced via its Facebook page that Jumorrow Johnson would be its new victim’s advocate, replacing Ashley Sturm. Johnson comes to the university from the Plantation Police Department where she was also a victim’s advocate since June 2011.

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Campus police hire three dogs for K-9 unit

May 6, 2016

The university’s police department will have some fresh faces in the coming months — German shepherds Odin, Zeus and Max — as part of its new K-9 Unit. In an email, campus police Sgt. Gary Grande said they will be tasked with sniffing for bombs and drugs. He added that the department had looked into incorporating a K-9 unit for quite some time. “[Interim Police Chief Sean] Brammer has always wanted a K-9 unit for the police department,” Grande said. “With me being a former K-9 handler on a university campus, I agreed that it could be a wonderful community-oriented policing unit and provide added safety and security for the campus.”