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The UP received an anonymous tip that football player Eli Fields took a fraudulent PPP loan for $20k. He then sent the UP a cease and desist letter before leaving the team.
Vol. 24 | #4 | 12.10.2021
Publisher: FAU Student Government. The opinions expressed by the UP are not necessarily those of the student body, student government, or FAU.


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Michelle Rodriguez-Gonzalez & Marcy Wilder

Gillian Manning
Managing Editor         
Kendall Little             
Sports Editor                
Richard Pereira
Web Editor
Marcy Wilder
Photo Editor
Eston Parker III
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Bryanna Shaw
Wesley Wright
Ilene Prusher
Michael Koretzky

Creative Director 
Michelle Rodriguez-Gonzalez
Features Editor
Darlene Antoine
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Contributing Writers
Gianna Alberti
Justine Kantor

Editor's Letter: FAU Does Not Respect the Press
By Gillian Manning
Public records and media requests go unanswered. Student Body President Maxwell Simonson promised open communication but hasn’t answered my emails all semester.
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Skin in the Game

Athletes share the stories behind their tattoos.
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Simonson Says...

The student body president promised an apology to the FAU community for his deleted offensive TikTok months ago, but it still hasn’t been posted publicly. He also claimed that he started a Native American Student Union on campus, but COSO says it doesn’t exist.
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Unfinished Business

Lineman Eli Fields took out a federal loan for over $20k to fund a men's clothing store, but the UP could not find any record of its existence. He sent the UP a cease and desist letter before leaving the football team. 
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Instructor Under the Microscope

Biochemistry instructor Alberto Haces is now under investigation by the university and is no longer teaching after telling a student to either come take an exam or drop the class following the death of her husband.
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A Journey to a New Conference

The university will join the American Athletic Conference by 2023, which will come with monetary gain. 
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Luring Opponents into Paradise

As FAU brings itself into the national spotlight entering the American Athletic Conference by 2023, Athletics Director Brian White explains what goes down in scheduling games against stronger competition.
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Walk with the Wildlife

FAU has a variety of animals that roam the campus, and these are a few that can be seen.
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