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How to get your money back from a broken vending machine purchase on campus

April 15, 2015

ending machines are convenient, but their snacks often cost more than the advertised dollar for a pack of Sun Chips. These co...

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Opinion: Two cars broken into in FAU parking lot

March 12, 2015

Waking up to a half-open car door with all of your personal belongings and vehicle registration information scattered on the floorboard...

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Study drugs might become harder to buy, students may have to “actually study” over time

March 12, 2015

When it comes to public health, Tom Udall, D-N.M., has the best stuff on the market — at least according to him. Senator Udall...

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Environmental Protection Agency faces Republican reform, Boca representative will get second swing

March 10, 2015

aking its way to the House of Representatives for consideration is Bill H.R. 1030, dubbed the Secret Science Reform Act of 2015....

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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...

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FAU professor Gregg Fields named NAI Fellow

January 17, 2015

Gregg Fields, the chair for FAU’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the director of the Center of Molecular Biol...

Jaelyn Benson running in the housing lawn with a flag during Pride Fest [Mohammed F Emran | Web Editor]

Proud and Loud!

October 13, 2014

  LGBT Pride Festival rocked the housing lawn on the morning of Oct. 11. The festival featured two stages, a variety...

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Massive Grant = Massive Data Lab on FAU Campus

October 2, 2014

FAU professor Taghi Khoshgoftaar received a $600,000 dollar grant from the National Science Foundation and $257,000 from the university...