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Is one of the country’s most notable young conservatives speaking at FAU this week?

Is one of the country’s most notable young conservatives speaking at FAU this week?

February 4, 2020

FAU’s chapter of Turning Point USA, a conservative organization geared toward college students, announced last month that the group’s founder Charlie Kirk would speak at FAU on Feb. 6. But the announcement made via Instagram was deleted soon after. What happened?

Criminology student hopes to raise awareness of human sex trafficking through play

Criminology student hopes to raise awareness of human sex trafficking through play

February 3, 2020

Abigail Howard, an FAU criminology student, will direct a play she wrote, called “Only One” on Feb. 9 at the University Theater — and present a Q&A on the topic with experts. It is free for students.

Not everything is so magical in the Disney College Program

Not everything is so magical in the Disney College Program

February 1, 2020

A student said the Disney College Program is supposed to enrich you in a culture and work experience, but being yelled at and called a racist by guests was not what she expected.

Student entrepreneurs reduce dining hall plastic use with new plates

Student entrepreneurs reduce dining hall plastic use with new plates

January 31, 2020

FAU engineering student Jerry Desamours is the co-founder of Lock-It Plates, an eco-friendly product that has been integrated into FAU’s dining halls for over a semester.

Students protest Tuesday after anti-LGBT preacher returns to campus

Students protest Tuesday after anti-LGBT preacher returns to campus

January 24, 2020

Ken Fleck, a preacher that visits cities and campuses across the nation, came to FAU for the second time this semester — and plans to come again soon.

Balloon pop caused Town Center panic Sunday, police say

Balloon pop caused Town Center panic Sunday, police say

October 15, 2019

Boca police received reports of a shooting at the Boca Town Center mall in the food court area Sunday at around 3 p.m. They released a public statement Tuesday s...

Update: 1 injured in suspected shooting incident at mall near FAU, police say

Update: 1 injured in suspected shooting incident at mall near FAU, police say

October 13, 2019

Police say there was no evidence of gunfire.

Gunman reported on Davie campus late Thursday, police say

Gunman reported on Davie campus late Thursday, police say

October 3, 2019

Police warned those on campus to “seek shelter in [a] secure location.”

Students and faculty researchers progress in mental health-related projects

Students and faculty researchers progress in mental health-related projects

October 3, 2019

Here are some of FAU’s research projects from both faculty and students. Almost $2 million has been dedicated toward these studies.

Two programs at FAU to help students who experienced homelessness succeed at college

Two programs at FAU to help students who experienced homelessness succeed at college

September 30, 2019

Kimberly Dunn entered foster care when she was nine, but was only there for a short time. Today, she is the Executive Director o...

Opinion: Thank you for trashing our newspapers

Opinion: Thank you for trashing our newspapers

September 16, 2019

Someone threw at least a bin full of our latest issue in the campus garbage. You know, the one with rape allegations against the quarterback on the cover. But we’re not mad, we’re flattered.

FAU medical club to accept donations for Hurricane Dorian victims

FAU medical club to accept donations for Hurricane Dorian victims

September 3, 2019

FAU’s American Medical Student Association will be hosting donation drives during its general body meetings when campus opens again.