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FAU fraternity and sorority members dance during OwlThon, an annual fundraiser for children with chronic illnesses. Photo courtesy of OwlThon

FAU philanthropy event raises $247,000 for children with chronic illnesses

April 29, 2019

OwlThon generates thousands of dollars annually, typically raised by FAU fraternity and sorority members.

FAU President John Kelly speaks during his first State of the University Address in 2014. Photo by Max Jackson

President John Kelly re-appointed, receives a $350,000 bonus

March 28, 2019

Kelly’s contract now ends in 2020.

Rosie the Riveter, courtesy of Wikipedia

Opinion: How do women feel about gender bias in the workplace

March 28, 2019

In honor of Women’s History Month, we talked to women leaders about their experience as leaders

John Kelly, pictured second to left. Photo courtesy of FAU

President John Kelly might receive a $350,000 bonus, higher salary, contract extension

March 22, 2019

The Florida Board of Governors will vote on whether to extend Kelly’s contract and raise his salary next week.

Both currently have roles in SG. Photo courtesy of Celine Persaud's Facebook.

‘I’m not a puppet’: Recently elected SG President and VP took money from a conservative organization

February 28, 2019

Turning Point USA has a history of giving FAU SG candidates money.

From left to right, Aradhana Rage, Sandi Kill and Sami-Jo Bones. Photo by Melanie Witherup.

Meet The Covenne

February 25, 2019

The group wears horror-based makeup on stage while screaming into a microphone

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.

Solar Reef share a common love of Guns N' Roses. Photo by Violet Castano

Meet two FAU bands you may have never heard of

January 24, 2019

Solar Reef and Toledo are two FAU-rooted bands rising in the ranks of entertainment.

The impeachment of Luke Turner failed narrowly last fall. Illustration by Dan Bartholomew

What do the past events of SG mean for the future?

January 17, 2019

This semester will see another presidential race, and what’s happened in the last year will impact who’s running.

Sophomore English major Rihanna Davis holds up the man's sign that she stole and ripped in half. Photo by  Sophie Siegel

Students protest anti-gay preacher on campus

January 15, 2019

About fifty students gathered around the unnamed man near the end of the Breezeway to speak their minds.

Student Government logo. Courtesy of FAU SG.

Boca House of Representatives meets for the first time this semester

January 11, 2019

Three LGBTQ-inclusive bills were passed.

Reps. Alexander Suarez (left) and Michaelangelo Hamilton (right) streamed several Facebook live videos, in which former Rep. Jon Carter claims they violated Florida law by effectively holding a Student Government meeting without notifying the public. They have been removed from Facebook, but the UP linked two saved videos in the article. Photo courtesy of Facebook

Former House member petitions to remove two representatives

January 11, 2019

Florida law mandates that government meetings be public, but former Rep. Jon Carter claims that two SG members broke this rule.