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Ken LaVicka (Left) was defeated by Kevin Rolston (Right) in the third edition of Stump the Schwab. Photo courtesy of ESPN West Palm and Twitter.

Kevin Rolston beats Ken Lavicka in the Media Personalities edition of the Schwab Trivia Show

June 26, 2020

The third edition of the Schwab Show featured media personalities from the professional and college ranks.

Rick Christie, Editor of the Editorial page for the Palm Beach Post, was one of the four guests on the panel. Photo taken in Sept. of 2017.

School of Communication and Multimedia Studies host conversation on media coverage of race

June 25, 2020

The event had 86 virtual attendants including students, faculty, and professionals.

Different FAU departments host talks through the internet about Juneteenth.

FAU Departments and public officials inform students about Juneteenth

June 24, 2020

The talks centered around what Juneteenth means to students and the panelists.

Graphic by Michelle Rodriguez.

Experiencing COVID-19 in China through the eyes of FAU alumni

June 21, 2020

FAU alumni share their experiences going through the pandemic in China.

College of Arts and Letters Dean Michael J. Horswell hosted a conversation Tuesday about the current social climate in the country. Photo courtesy of FAU College of Arts and Letters

College of Arts and Letters host social climate conversation

June 12, 2020

Dean Michael J. Horswell hosted the conversation highlighting the “Peace, Justice, and Human Rights Initiative” within the College of Arts and Letters.

Top Row: (L-R) Lori Berman, Lois Frankel, Shirley Johnson, Melissa McKinlay, Katrina Long-Robinson. Bottom Row: (L-R) Jessica Mates, Ruth Mageria, Charlotte Wright, Jasmin Lewis, Andrea Guzman Oliver, Ava L. Parker

FAU administrator joins discussion on racial injustice with public officials, community leaders

June 8, 2020

Florida State Senator Lori Berman hosted the discussion highlighting the “diverse panel of women community leaders” who took part in it.

The emergency funds are considered financial aid for students and will be disbursed to student accounts, according to Ana Gagula, associate director of Student Financial Aid. Photo courtesy of FAU.

FAU disburses $6,097,000 to 8,710 students through FAU Cares Emergency fund

June 7, 2020

While scholarships and grants are being adjusted because of the pandemic, FAU will continue seeking donations for future emergency funds for all disaster situations.

Illustration by Michelle Rodriguez.

Military and Veterans Student Success Center host Memorial Day Workshop

May 24, 2020

A workshop dedicated to remembering and honoring those who served in the military was hosted by the Military and Veterans Student Success Center.

Chris Sutcliffe and Rusty Smith battled it out in the final round but the former softball player prevailed. Photo courtesy of FAU Athletics.

Chris Sutcliffe beats Rusty Smith in the hall of fame edition of the Schwab Trivia Show

May 15, 2020

This is the second edition of the Stump the Schwab Show featuring FAU Athletics personalities.

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After Bernie Sanders suspends presidential campaign, student club ‘Owls for Bernie’ transitions to ‘Owls for All’

April 26, 2020

The club is now shifting their focus to fighting for progressive causes on and off-campus — even during a pandemic.

Owls forward Jailyn Ingram scored a team-high 22 points and collected seven rebounds. Photo courtesy of Old Dominion Athletics.

FAU men’s basketball: Owls advance to Quarterfinals beating Old Dominion, 66-56

March 12, 2020

This is the Owls’ first win in the C-USA first round since 2016.

Owls forward Jaylen Sebree scored three points, collected three rebounds and had two steals in the loss to Marshall. Photo courtesy of Marshall Athletics.

FAU men’s basketball: Owls end bonus play, lose to Marshall 94-82

March 10, 2020

This is the Owls’ tenth loss in conference play.