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Ron DeSantis wants to protect citizens' rights to bear arms and plans to lower taxes across the state, should he win the election. Photo courtesy of Flickr

Opinion: Don’t lose your freedoms  — vote for Ron DeSantis

November 2, 2018

I don’t go to college with the end goal of paying high taxes when I graduate. Why should you?

Flags advertising different candidates and amendments have been placed near the Housing office, where community members are now able to vote ahead of the Nov. 6 general election. Photo by Violet Castano

Early voting site opens on Boca campus, draws almost 100 people

October 23, 2018

You can cast your ballot for the general election at FAU through Nov. 4.

Above is Brett Kavanaugh's Yale yearbook photo. Two of the sexual misconduct allegations took place during high school parties, while the other was in a university dorm, according to the accusers. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Should the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh be ignored?

October 5, 2018

Following multiple women’s claims against the Supreme Court appointee, four students weigh in on the matter.

Illustration by Dan Bartholomew

Opinion: Sanctuary cities endanger American citizens

September 18, 2018

The cities prevent immigration officers from doing their jobs, protecting criminals instead of the U.S. public.

Students get to graduate two days after

Rescheduled ceremony sees out-of-state, international students graduate

August 11, 2018

Fourteen international and out-of-state students graduated in the Administration Building lobby Thursday after missing their ch...

Illustration by Dan Bartholomew. For more of his work, he can be found on Instagram at danarchy_toons.

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.

Illustration by Ivan Benavides

Opinion: Leftist leaders’ hypocritical policies endanger their own people

October 5, 2017

From Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s arms deals to the Dyke March to unfettered migration in Europe, leftist politicians continually harm women and the LGBT community.

FAU’s mascot Owlsley helps the opening act, hip-hop violinist Josh Vietti, get the crowd dancing during his performance. Joshua Giron | contributing photographer.

Tenth annual bonfire goes off without a hitch

September 1, 2017

The event lasted from 7-10 p.m. and ended with the lighting of the bonfire.

Rapper Yung Joc performs on the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower aircraft carrier. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Rapper Yung Joc to headline bonfire concert

August 30, 2017

Hip-hop violinist Josh Vietti will also perform at the annual event.

A lifeguard station at the north end of Spanish River Beach. Alexander Rodriguez | Photo Editor

A rundown of the beaches near the Boca campus

August 26, 2017

Located only 3.8 miles from the beach, FAU’s Boca campus offers an unparalleled experience into all that South Florida’s na...

A rundown of the beaches near the Boca campus

A rundown of the beaches near the Boca campus

August 21, 2017

Located only 3.8 miles from the beach, FAU’s Boca campus offers an unparalleled experience into all that South Florida’s natu...

FAU's College of Business on the Boca Raton campus. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

College of Business study finds bank law changes could save US billions

July 27, 2017

The solutions would involve tougher regulations to prevent banks from failing.