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Behind Closed Doors

Behind Closed Doors

April 23, 2014

FAU Student Government Fall Elections: Who Gives a Hoot?

Sarah Suwak

September 28, 2013

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The unofficial results of Student Government’s Legislative branch elections showed two things: who won, and small voter turnout. Out of 28,279 people enrolled at Florida Atlantic University, 3.2 percent voted to elect three s...

Meet the FAU Legislative Election Candidates

Christopher Massana

September 22, 2013

Filed under Archives, News, Top Stories

FAU's Student Government is holding its annual legislative elections on Tuesday Sept. 24 and Wednesday Sept. 25. Students can vote in the elections by logging into their MyFAU accounts or by visiting one of three on-campus polling...

FAU pays its student leaders, but charges them for mandatory leadership classes

Austen Erblat

September 5, 2013

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This is an updated version of this story. Jaclyn Broudy has led the Student Government House of Representatives on the Boca campus for over a year. Now, administration thinks the seasoned Boca House Speaker needs a one-credit class to keep her job and learn what leadership really mea...

FAU Student Government House of Representatives meeting sparks controversy over the campus governor’s appointments.

Stacey Pasternak and Ella Levinger

July 25, 2013

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President Peter Amirato gave his report for the following week, which included the first home game, block programming and the donation of the fountain to be in front of the student government building. However, the representati...

FAU students investigated for “disruptive behavior” during protest

Christopher Massana

May 1, 2013

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Three FAU students could face conduct charges from administration for protesting a public event. The students were members of the FAU chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine. They joined nine other members on April 19, when they protested a ...