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FAU’s College of Arts and Letters graduate teaching assistants among the lowest paid in Florida

FAU’s College of Arts and Letters graduate teaching assistants among the lowest paid in Florida

December 1, 2019

Arts & Letters graduate teaching assistants at FAU are paid the lowest stipend in the state, and they want their healthcare covered. But all they have from FAU is a promise, and a Fall 2020 deadline.

Opinion: Why we reported Tuesday’s death the way we did

Opinion: Why we reported Tuesday’s death the way we did

November 6, 2019

Somebody died on campus yesterday. We found out everything we could and reported it. You might’ve disagreed with our headline and framing — but now, we want your feedback.

Opinion: Thank you for trashing our newspapers

Opinion: Thank you for trashing our newspapers

September 16, 2019

Someone threw at least a bin full of our latest issue in the campus garbage. You know, the one with rape allegations against the quarterback on the cover. But we’re not mad, we’re flattered.

FAU medical club to accept donations for Hurricane Dorian victims

FAU medical club to accept donations for Hurricane Dorian victims

September 3, 2019

FAU’s American Medical Student Association will be hosting donation drives during its general body meetings when campus opens again.

OPINION: How easy are Florida universities’ online sexual assault resources to use?

OPINION: How easy are Florida universities’ online sexual assault resources to use?

September 2, 2019

The UP ranked 10 different Florida public universities based on their overall user-friendliness and accessibility — and FAU’s is in the middle.

Former FAU student found fatally stabbed Saturday morning

Former FAU student found fatally stabbed Saturday morning

August 25, 2019

Hannah Bonta was found dead in the driveway of her neighbor’s home.

FAU professor to compete on ABC’s extreme mini-golf show Thursday

FAU professor to compete on ABC’s extreme mini-golf show Thursday

August 22, 2019

Economics professor Eric Chiang takes on obstacles and mini-golf on the season finale of ABC’s new extreme game show Holey Moley for the chance to win $25,000.

FAU “stomp on Jesus” professor running for Palm Beach office

FAU “stomp on Jesus” professor running for Palm Beach office

June 21, 2019

Dr. Deandre Poole is running for the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections in 2020. His main goal is eliminating voter suppression.

FAU student and MSD alum Sydney Aiello remembered for her selflessness

FAU student and MSD alum Sydney Aiello remembered for her selflessness

June 17, 2019

Despite struggling with depression and her best friend’s death, Aiello constantly went out of her way to take care of her friends.

The history of FAU’s 30-year debate over fraternity and sorority housing

The history of FAU’s 30-year debate over fraternity and sorority housing

May 10, 2019

After almost 30 years, FAU’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is still unsure if housing for Greek life is coming anytime soon.

How does FAU Greek life match up to other Florida universities?

How does FAU Greek life match up to other Florida universities?

May 1, 2019

Here are the smartest, most popular, and best-behaved Greek communities in Florida — and the least.

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

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.