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Florida governor candidate visits FAU, talks tuition-free college

Florida governor candidate visits FAU, talks tuition-free college

January 17, 2018

Chris King discussed his plans for the state at the Boca campus.

Opinion: The politics of hypocrisy: How the right and left fail to acknowledge their own shortcomings

Opinion: The politics of hypocrisy: How the right and left fail to acknowledge their own shortcomings

October 14, 2017

An opinion piece published in the University Press, as with most political debates, lacks necessary context while ignoring its own hypocrisy.

Opinion: First taste of democracy

Opinion: First taste of democracy

December 3, 2016

It came as a shock, a cannonball through the window. Donald Trump is the president-elect. Many young first-time voters — including co...

Column: Amendment 1 misleads Florida voters into limiting solar power growth

Column: Amendment 1 misleads Florida voters into limiting solar power growth

November 7, 2016

  Let me preface this by saying that I am not interested in telling people how to vote. That being said, we cannot have a free society...

Classifying the Candidates

Classifying the Candidates

November 5, 2016

  Donald Trump CRIME: Donald Trump believes that the legalization of marijuana should be decided at the state level. He maintains that drugs should be legalized to take revenue away from drug carte...

At 22 years old, Doug Oberman is running for office

At 22 years old, Doug Oberman is running for office

April 8, 2016

You may have heard Doug Oberman’s name read off a class roster. Soon, Broward residents will also read it on a ballot.

Opinion: 2016 presidential hopefuls cheat sheet

Opinion: 2016 presidential hopefuls cheat sheet

September 3, 2015

illennials — those over-educated narcissists that volunteer more than any past generation and outnumber baby boomers by almost 7...

Opinion: Famous flag takes scrutiny, but for what?

Opinion: Famous flag takes scrutiny, but for what?

August 18, 2015

major media outlet is backpedaling after publishing an opinion piece claiming a famous flag is racist. Rick Perlstein, a j...

City of Boca Raton bans red light cameras; new bill in congress proposed to ban red light cameras nationwide

City of Boca Raton bans red light cameras; new bill in congress proposed to ban red light cameras nationwide

February 24, 2015

nyone who’s ever been late for class on a test day and caught the tail end of a yellow traffic light followed by a bright flas...

43 candidates vie to be FAU president

February 20, 2010

NEWS If all goes according to plan, FAU's sixth president will be selected in less than 12 days. Forty-three candidates from the U.S., Sweden, Canada and Australia have applied for the top job at FAU. Former president Frank T. Brogan resigned in September to become the chancellor of the State University System, where he now oversees Florida's 11 pub...