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Coronavirus instills changes for student media organizations at FAU

October 1, 2020

Now online, Owl TV, Owl Radio, and the University Press have revamped their programs to fit in with a socially-distanced school.

Editor in Chief Sophie Siegel believes the the UP budget cut is unfair, but will continue to cover SG even closer. Photo by Cameren Boatner.

Opinion: Student Government unfairly cut our budget

February 13, 2019

The UP serves an important purpose: to inform the student body about what’s happening on campus. By cutting our budget, we believe SG is trying to silence us — which affects you, too.

During Juicy J’s performance at OwlFest, he asked the audience if 20 female students could come up on stage with him. Photo by Alexander Rodriguez

21 Savage and Juicy J perform at OwlFest

November 12, 2018

Students didn’t seem to mind the $21 ticket price for Thursday’s show.

Students lined up for food trucks during the Glowfest party. Violet Castano | Photo Editor

Owl Quality, Owl Radio host live music event ahead of finals week

April 27, 2018

Organizers wanted to help students destress before exams.

Country music artist Haeley Vaughn took the stage at the Fly On Music Festival performing a set of fan-favorite songs. Kevin Carver | Contributing Photographer

Second Fly On Music Fest takes off

March 19, 2018

The event featured performances by country music artists Hunter Hayes and Haeley Vaughn and hip-hop/ pop cover artists JamieBoy and Matt Schuler.

D.R.A.M sticks out his tongue with a smile at FAU’s Fly On Fest. The concert was reported as sold out according to Program Board. Alexander Rodriguez | Contributing Photographer

First Fly On Music Festival a mid-week crowd pleaser

April 13, 2017

The Boca campus Carole and Barry Kaye stage took flight Wednesday night as old and new hip-hop artists performed in a show that sold out minutes before the first act.

Less Money, Fewer Jobs: Student media, graduate students take brunt of budget cuts

Less Money, Fewer Jobs: Student media, graduate students take brunt of budget cuts

February 23, 2016

It’s cutting season around Florida Atlantic University. For the second year in a row, student organizations’ budgets are on the chopping block, facing more cutbacks than the year before. But unlike last year, where the cuts were split relatively equally over 40 student organizations, some programs are feeling more pain than others.

Stoic City drummer Miguel Cruz practicing for Hootstock 2016. Photo courtesy of Stoic City's Facebook page.

Hootstock returns to FAU for a night of free music

February 17, 2016

Hoot/Wisdom Recordings is teaming up with Owl TV, Owl Radio and the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs to host Hootstock, a free music event that promotes newly signed Hoot/Wisdom music groups.

Student organizations to lose money next year

Student organizations to lose money next year

February 1, 2016

With fewer students planned to be enrolled next year, more student organizations need to cut their budgets. See what recommendations the University Budget Appropriations Committee made.

The Oxley Center, here seen as part of the set of the HBO series “Ballers.” Max Jackson | Photo Editor

Hoot/Wisdom Recordings president licenses music to HBO

June 5, 2015

t looks like Florida Atlantic University is becoming the lead role in the new HBO series "Ballers." "Ballers," set to air June 21, came to the Boca Raton campus' Tom Oxle...

Photo by Max Jackson | Photo Editor

“Tight budgets” means less jobs for student media outlets

May 11, 2015

or the rest of the fiscal year, FAU media outlets have been told by their advisors to limit paid staff to two or three person...

Gallery: Student Media Day

Gallery: Student Media Day

February 19, 2015