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  • Next few weeks is best time to view Mars

    Next few weeks is best time to view Mars
    For much of the year, Mars isn't easy to see. But it will be a stargazer's delight for the rest of this month and most of April, bigger, brighter and redder than usual. Its best moments will be on view as of about 9 p.m. on April 8, when it rises...
  • Friends land 14-foot great hammerhead shark off Broward beach

    The fight lasted an hour and a half, as a student at Florida Atlantic University struggled to haul a 14-foot great hammerhead shark onto a Broward County beach. Viktor Hluben, 22, is a member of a group that catches sharks from the beach and releases...
  • Showing support for Israel

    College students from throughout Florida will meet this weekend to voice their support for Israel and adults will have an opportunity show their support for the Jewish state on Sunday during a day of buying Israeli goods. The Future Leaders for Israel...
  • Rubin, Jaffe honored at Hillel event

    According to Raina Goldberg, executive director of Hillel of Broward and Palm Beach, the two main objectives of the fifth annual "I am Hillel: A Day in the Life" event (held March 11 at the Premier Delray Acura Club at the Florida Atlantic University...
  • John Kelly takes over as FAU's new president

    John Kelly gave his son Christopher a big hug before returning to Clemson University to finish up his master's degree. A longtime Clemson vice president and a student once himself there, Kelly is settling into the presidential suite at Florida Atlantic...
  • Undocumented students could get tuition break

    Like most high school seniors, Sergio Morales is making plans for college. Morales dreams of becoming a computer engineer and says he would like to finish his degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but for now he's applied to several...
  • Goalie Nikolov brings experience to Strikers

    FORT LAUDERDALE — The wait is finally over. After signing with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers in late January, former German Bundesliga goalkeeper Oka Nikolov arrived at the team's Lockhart Stadium practice facility early Friday morning. Nikolov,...
  • Lonnie Maier: FAU's Research Park creating the future

    Research parks help launch new companies and create high-wage jobs. In 1985, the county commissions of Palm Beach and Broward counties established a special district specifically to create and oversee research parks in the two counties to promote...
  • "Unity Through Diversity" offers a big look at India's music and dancing

    "Unity Through Diversity" offers a big look at India's music and dancing
    If anything, the show “Unity Through Diversity” will be a triumph of backstage logistics. The program of Western and Eastern music and dance staged by the Pembroke Pines-based Association of Performing Arts of India features a large cast,...
  • New nature center upgrade raises its profile

    New nature center upgrade raises its profile
    Some of the inhabitants of Gumbo Limbo Nature Center have gotten their accommodations upgraded — and it's giving research efforts to save their natural habitat a higher profile. Money from the Fort Lauderdale-based National Save the Sea Turtle...
  • FAU's 'Making Waves Gala' supports veterans and first-generation students

    Florida Atlantic University (FAU) will host the "Making Waves Gala" March 29 at 6:30 p.m. in the Martin F. and Jane Greenberg Foundation Tower of the FAU Stadium on the Boca Raton campus. Proceeds will help provide scholarships and support for veterans...
  • Florida's graduate programs rise in rankings

    Florida's graduate programs rise in rankings
    Florida's graduate schools are getting better and more nationally competitive, according to new rankings from U.S. News & World Report. While the magazine has long considered the University of Florida a top school for both graduate and undergraduate...