Faculty and students at FAU are petitioning the university to make its restrooms more trans-accessible, though so far there hasn't been a response in nearly a month. Currently, there are 23 gender-neutral public restrooms on campus. But where they are isn't listed on the university's handbook or web ... More >>
FAU's new president, Dr. John Kelly, freshly re-located to the school's Boca Raton campus and two weeks into the job, invited us in last Tuesday for a 15-minute sitdown. Our time with the well-spoken and gracious South Carolina native stretched into half an hour. See also: - FAU Faculty Critique ... More >>
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. It's a cliché and a truism -- one FAU's new president, Dr. John Kelly, should heed. The horrors FAU birthed in 2013 -- the GEO Group stadium naming rights deal and the "Step on Jesus" kerfuffle, primarily -- were the school's own doing ... More >>
FAU faculty met on the school's Boca Raton campus yesterday to discuss the three remaining candidates for the school's presidency. They expressed a clear preference that Dr. John Kelly, Clemson University's VP for economic development, take the helm. Former Florida Sen. George LeMieux and Dr. Chri ... More >>
None of the 70 or so FAU professors who met at yesterday's faculty meeting to discuss the school's presidential search had anything good to say about it. Gathered in a second-floor lecture hall at the school's College of Nursing, skepticism and resignation reigned, with frustration the dominant mood ... More >>
Coconut Creek farmer Earl Johns isn't ready to make way for a city's transformation.
A shootout at the New Times corral
A Coconut Creek supervisor bought lawn chemicals from his Mob-connected bookie. Sound weird? We thought so.
The death of Princess Diana had the world in an uproar over paparazzi, which may be why local TV cameraman James Strange recently spent time in jail
December 11-17, 1997