FAU administrators have called for a transition to a full, in-person fall, after four semesters of online teaching, but some owls are saying it’s too soon to return to the nest. The announcement was delivered via email on Thursday, promising a return to a traditional semester that would “not only bring us together, but also… Read More THE ROSE REPORT: A Return to ‘Normal’
Just days after rapstress Megan Thee Stallion earned Grammy awards for Best Rap Song, Best Rap Performance, and Best New Artist, over 50 attendees logged into Zoom to talk about the effects of bringing Hip-Hop culture and music into the classroom. Part of the School of Multimedia and Communication Studies’ Critical Conversation series, “If You… Read More Hip-Hop Panel brings culture into the classroom
As a young, tender-headed child, Emmanuelle Eugene despised being placed in the shower or hoisted over a sink to have her hair washed by her mother. Now 21-years-old and in her last semester of the Neuroscience and Behavior program at FAU, she treats the time dedicated to maintaining her curls, affectionately named ‘wash day,’ as… Read More The Rose Report: Inside Wash Day
Students who were expecting to leave FAU without an in-person commencement will now be able to attend one of two ceremonies at the end of the semester. President John Kelly wrote in an email to students on Tuesday that “as the public health situation related to the coronavirus eases locally, and following guidance from the… Read More FAU Resumes In-Person Graduation
After transferring to FAU just before the start of the pandemic last year and spending months fighting for racial justice, 22-year-old Elementary Education major Rhoda Hoods says she was inspired to run for office by the civil unrest of last summer and its impact on the FAU community. “I felt like there was more I… Read More Meet the Candidate: Rhoda Hoods
I’ll give you a hint: It’s not “I knew it!” or ‘Why didn’t you tell me sooner?”… Read More The Rose Report: What’s The Appropriate Response to a Loved One Coming Out?
Against the backdrop of COVID-19 cautions and amplified conversations about FAU’s treatment of Black students, the women of the Business and Professional Women’s Scholarship House have managed to create an oasis of sisterhood and service – without the pandemic guidance provided to the other residence halls, they said.… Read More The Rose Report: Sisterhood, Service, and Sanitizer
Viewers nationwide watched as both candidates talked over and hurled insults at each other.… Read More First presidential debate descends into chaos, cacophony, and accusations