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The amount of positive COVID-19 cases at FAU continue to rise. Photo by Alex Liscio.

FAU reports over 100 cumulative positive COVID-19 cases

September 15, 2020

With the 104 positive cases total, this marks an uptick of 62 cases.

Cara Simpson (Left) and Cordel Littlejohn (Right) were just two of the many student-athletes who attended the protest Thursday. Photo by Alex Liscio.

Campus protest ignites the desire for social justice as students and staff advocate for Black lives

September 11, 2020

The protest took place on campus at the housing lawn.

Other precautions will be taken at the stadium like contactless entry and the requirement of face masks. Photo by Alex Liscio.

FAU athletics announces that they will allow 20 percent capacity at the football stadium this season

September 10, 2020

Of the 20 percent allowed by the university, 2,500 of those seats will be reserved for students.

While FAU was preparing for the 2020 season, three positive coronavirus cases halt practices for the FAU Football team. Photo by Alex Liscio.

FAU Football: Three positive COVID-19 cases pause practices until further notice

August 21, 2020

The Owls started their practices on Aug. 5 as they were following their guidelines.

Illustration by Michelle Rodriguez.

FAU explains unchanged costs for tuition and fees

August 19, 2020

Despite the pandemic, FAU’s cost for tuition and fees will remain unchanged for the 2020-21 academic year.

Illustration by J.R. Pfeiffer.

Student Government passes bills to help promote access to hygienic supplies at FAU

August 8, 2020

Student Government will distribute free welcome kits, including masks, tissues, sanitizer, and other items that promote safety and cleanliness to students.

The FAU Housing and Residential Education Building will be open as a polling location until Aug. 16 to registered Palm Beach voters. Photo by Alex Liscio.

FAU to be used as an early voting site, strict social distancing guidelines in place

August 6, 2020

Voting will be located at the FAU Housing and Residential Education Building.

This was the only session in the series that was open to all races and ethnicities. Illustration by Michelle Rodriguez.

Final day of race discussions open to everyone, more conversation ensues

July 22, 2020

The final session of these talks brought about some positive outlooks for students and administration.

Illustration by Michelle Rodriguez.

Division of Student Affairs continues their open forums with White/Caucasian students, meeting consisted of deafening silence

July 16, 2020

This was the third session aimed at tackling the issues in the country and at FAU.

This was the first session out of four this week. Photo by Alex Liscio.

FAU holds open virtual forum for Black students on racial inequality

July 14, 2020

The Division of Student Affairs hosted a virtual forum to hear students’ concerns on racial inequality, diversity, and representation at FAU.

President Kelly said he wants to find a solution for the international students at FAU. Photo by Max Jackson.

President John Kelly announced support of international students in light of recent student visa rollback

July 8, 2020

ICE issued temporary modifications to the program that puts international students in jeopardy of being deported, President John Kelly released a statement saying touching on the subject.

John Kelly became the seventh president in Florida Atlantic history on Jan. 17, 2014. Photo by: Max Jackson

Diversity Q&A with FAU President John Kelly and Dr. Andrea Guzman Oliver

July 1, 2020

John Kelly and Dr. Andrea Guzman Oliver discussed social justice and changes being made at FAU.