Organizations all around campus are hosting events in honor of Black History Month. The Black Student Union and Multicultural Programming have come together for the second time this month to host “Poetry for the Soul”: an event to highlight black poetry and culture. This event took place on the evening of Feb. 11th on the… Read More BSU and MP Present: “Poetry for the Soul” a Poetry Night on the Housing Lawn
On Feb. 6 2021, the Black Undergraduate Theatre Collective hosted Women of Soul. This event was streamed from the FAU Amphitheater via YouTube. The showcase featured music from Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross and the Supremes, and Martha Reeves and the Vandellas. The event was meant to focus on the stories of these trailblazing women and… Read More The Black Undergraduate Theatre Collective Presents: Women of Soul
During your first few semesters at FAU, you think the Dining Hall has a good variety and it’s almost like an all you can eat buffet. However, after a while of eating from the “Caf”, it’s no surprise that you begin to grow weary of eating the same food. Fortunately, there are great dine-in restaurants… Read More The Best Off-Campus Eats
Florida Atlantic University is located right off of I-95 on Glades Road. For many incoming college students it may be difficult trying to get to know the city and explore fun things to do in the area. This list of things to do off-campus nearby are following the COVID Safety and Health guidelines. When you… Read More Fun Things to do Near FAU
Students express their uneasiness with coronavirus vaccines. … Read More Skepticism over COVID-19 Vaccine Among the Black Community
On Friday, December 18th, the Florida Atlantic University Department of Housing sent out a mass email requiring all students, whether new or returning, to submit a negative COVID-19 test result. … Read More FAU Requires Students to Test for COVID-19
With technology advancing quickly, is it still worth it to get a degree? There are ways you can make millions of dollars and residual income without having to go to college. You can trade, buy stocks, become an entrepreneur, invest in real estate, and increase your streams of income. So the big question is: why… Read More Is a college degree worth accumulating student loan debt?
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?
Enlightening Generations (EG) isn’t an organization on campus that you hear much about, but their purpose and mission is what sets them apart from the others. Initially created by Beberline “Bahamas” Jeune, a senior here at FAU majoring in Sociology, who is also affiliated with the Xi Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.,… Read More Meet Enlightening Generations
The content in this article was taken from private interviews with drug users and drug dealers on FAU campus. All parties have agreed to our student confidentiality agreement. This article is for educational and research purposes only and is not to exploit, destroy, or blackmail anyone who has agreed to do this interview. Names of the students will not be disclosed under any circumstances. … Read More Students on the Use and Distribution of Drugs on Campus