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Vol. 12 Issue 9

better ,

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FAU gives Homecoming 2010 a makeover as it prepares to paint the town red and blue

Special Issue First issue is free; each additional copy is 50 cents and available in the UP newsroom.


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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

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Homecoming

makeover

SPECIAL ISSUE EDITOR Briana Bramm

ROYALTY

SPECIAL ISSUE DESIGNER Mariam Aldhahi

Editor-in-chief Karla Bowsher

PHOTO Editor Liz Dzuro

Managing Editor Gideon Grudo

art director Mariam Aldhahi

WEB editor Tyler Krome Copy DESK CHIEF Ricky Michalski SPORTS EDITOR Franco Panizo Business Manager Chris Persaud Entertainment Editor Briana Bramm Listings Editor Diana Burgos

OWL NEWS TV Editor Karen “Kat” Herisse senior Reporters Brandon Ballenger Monica Ruiz STAFF REPORTERS Alyssa Cutter Mark Gibson COPY EDITOR Rachel Chapnick ADVISERS Marti Harvey Michael Koretzky

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BRIANA BRAMM ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR To be perfectly honest, I’m a junior and have never attended a Homecoming event. I know, it’s sad. The truth is, the idea of all the typical “rah rah school pride” Homecoming events irritates more that enthuses me. Oh yeah, and I’m in charge of the Homecoming issue. So how does that fit? Why should I be the voice telling you all about this year’s Homecoming when I’ve never even attended one? Well, let’s be honest — who better to write a totally unbiased review than someone with an untainted

perspective? Rest assured, I’m not getting any kickback from the planning committee or dating someone on the Court, so if I look into it and say this year actually looks pretty cool, chances are, I’m probably right. So what makes this Homecoming special? What can you expect? Students can expect a football game against our rival school FIU, which is a pretty big deal because it’s not every year that that happens — last year we played (and lost to) Middle Tennessee. Along with that, we have an exciting, albeit delayed, “Freaker’s Ball” concert featuring the biggest headlining act FAU has ever had — Ludacris himself. And to top it all off we get to share

Homecoming week with the inauguration week of a new president, an event that only happens once or twice a decade. So here it is, a sort of “for the students, by the students” sneak peek, where we did the hard work for you by researching the events to let you decide what best suits your Homecoming fancy. Bearing that in mind, grab this Homecoming preview and read up on what exactly is happening at your school next week. Find out what’s up with the new Homecoming Court, what exactly CarnivOWL is, and what our new president’s best Homecoming memories and expectations are. And then go out and make some Homecoming memories of your own. I know I will.

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Highlights from 2009

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Royalty prestige weighs

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Schedule this year’s events

Inauguration Hello, madam president

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FAU looks to make 2010 its biggest yet

SPECIAL ISSUE COPY EDITOR Ricky Michalski

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Hello, Madam President PHOTO BY TODD ROLLER

|OCTOBER 19, 2010 | UNIVERSITY PRESS |ROYALTY| INAUGURATION | photos | SCHEDULE | CONTENTS |

INAUGURATION

BRIANA BRAMM ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR

UP  :What are you most looking forward to for your first FAU Homecoming? MJ :  One of my favorite parts about being president is just talking with the students and finding out about them and what they like doing. I’ve been taking my golf cart up to the Breezeway and walking the Breezeway and saying “hi” to the kids and getting to know them, so, I think Homecoming will be a good chance to do that.

UP  :Will there be any specific events where students can look for you? MJ : I’ll be at everything! I’m going to go from 7 in the morning till midnight from

Sunday to Saturday, so I’ll be at everything. So they can look for me, always come up to me — I love it when students walk up and say, “Oh, you said to come up and say ‘hi,’ you said to come up and tell us your story.”

UP  :From when you were an undergrad, what was the biggest thing about homecoming

you enjoyed, and what’s your best homecoming memory? MJ : I think [the homecoming parades] are always fun to watch. I think the football game is always fun too. It’s always fun to have a game where, usually at homecomings, you pick a team to play that you can win against, so I’m also looking forward to that … I also understand that there’s a family fall festival during Homecoming Week, and I think that’ll be great because it’s always fun to see people that you work with walking around with their families and bringing them on campus.

UP  :Do you have any family that will be coming in town? MJ :Yes, I have a lot of family coming into town. I have my sisters, my daughter, my son-in-law, and a lot of first cousins are coming to town, so it’ll be great.

UP  :Are you going to be tailgating at the game? MJ : I think I do something at halftime. I’m trying to keep my halftime participation

to something presidential — I’m not running down the field, players following on the side … And maybe it’s a secret, but they’ll be playing Lady Gaga music, the band, at halftime. So it’ll be fun.

FAU’s sixth president prepares to share her inauguration week with Homecoming

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lthough she’s been in power for five months already, on Oct. 29 at 10 a.m. it becomes official as Mary Jane “MJ” Saunders is inaugurated as FAU’s sixth president. This year, FAU’s Homecoming week coincides with inauguration week, which means more events, more food, and an intentional blending of the two celebrations. “We wanted to comingle activities [for Homecoming and inauguration week], we wanted to say that this was fun, that it’s the community, that it’s the students and it’s the faculty as opposed to something that’s isolated,” said Saunders. The UP had a chance to sit down and talk to Saunders about her upcoming inauguration and her first-ever FAU Homecoming.

UP  : During inauguration week for you, what are you looking forward to or

most nervous about, and what does that week look like for you? MJ : We decided early on that the inauguration should honor the institution, and that’s a good reason for putting it during Homecoming Week. [It] is a great thing to have everybody understand the institution as kind of a living, breathing creature that matures and grows, and has different presidencies, but they all add to the experience and the culture of the place. So I think that will be fun, blending the two.

UP  : Is it sort of crazy or surreal that you’re being inaugurated in a couple of

weeks? Going from an undergrad, to teaching and everything that you’ve done? MJ : It really is, I pinch myself everyday because I love this job and this institution so much that I’m so fortunate to have gotten this job. I really do feel that way. I feel that this is a wonderful place, and there’s always lots of qualified people for every job, and I’m really, really grateful that I was selected. And I’m really having the time of my life.

Entering inauguration

FAU’s main inauguration week events Waves of Blue Concert

Date: Sunday, Oct. 24 Time: 3 to 5 p.m. Location: Kaye Auditorium on the Boca campus Cost: free to students This benefit concert will feature choral numbers performed by FAU’s Chamber Singers, a piano performance by Heather Coltman, chair of FAU’s department of music, and FAU’s Wind Ensemble, along with other jazz acts.

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Homecoming Committee restructures traditional Court election process

CATALINA PIRE SCHMIDT CONTRIBUTOR Oh, Homecoming — the sashes, the football game, the crown, the popularity contest? Try again. This year, FAU has remodeled the election process for the Homecoming Court, seeking to crown and reward the most school-spirited and ethical candidates. While the application process remains the same, the addition of a second committee and a $500 prize to the selected King and Queen could potentially intensify competition this fall. The revamping of the Court election process is an effort to emphasize the importance of character, prestige and leadership sought in the collegiate royalty. “We are not changing the process because anything was unfair in the past. We are changing it so the title of Homecoming Court/King/Queen is more significant,” said Alicia Keating, assistant director of Student Involvement and Leadership. There are two electoral committees this year. The first is the same as in years past, composed of one student from each of FAU’s seven campuses, two alumni, one faculty member and one staff member. Here, potential candidates are interviewed. Ten candidates are selected, and they become the Homecoming Court. But this year’s big change is the addition of the second committee, which, through another interview, aims to dissipate some of the student vote and be more selective based on the merit of Court winners. This committee is made up of the university president, vice president for student affairs, associate vice president for student affairs, provost, student body president, and a student who will be chosen by the student body president. The second committee’s elections will make up 60 percent of the final result, and the student body will make up the remaining 40 percent. The committees hope this will impose greater focus on ethical and leadership values. “If you represent ethical leadership, the interview will weigh that in — [candidates] aren’t depending on fellow students,” said Homecoming Committee director Cody Kalina. Since Boca has the most populated campus, some of its candidates might win more votes over partner campuses. This year’s restructuring will allow students from those other campuses a better opportunity to win. “We were trying to outweigh some of the popularity,” said Kalina, explaining one reason for the reform. Last year’s Homecoming King, 22-year-old Gui Pereira, offered his insight into the popularity question. “I feel that the Homecoming King and Queen shouldn’t be the two most popular people in the school, but the people that show the most dedication to the school and their education, and are a role model for others.” So when you see the candidates advertising their faces on the Breezeway, you might remember high school with its hallway displays of “Vote for me.” Thus, while you reminisce on previous years, you might want to think carefully about which prestigious candidate deserves the crown, your vote and the $500.

WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE ROYALTY? These are the requirements students must have to apply for Homecoming Court: • a minimum 2.8 GPA • 60 successfully completed credits • 500-word essay answering a specific question • a resume outlining campus involvement • a picture to be put on the website

PHOTO BY LIZ DZURO

|OCTOBER 19, 2010 | UNIVERSITY PRESS |ROYALTY | INAUGURATION | photos | SCHEDULE | CONTENTS |

ROYALTY

The 2009 King, Gui Pereira, and Queen, Me’Lisa Modestil, were crowned at last year’s Homecoming football game.


Photo by Stephanie Colaianni Photo by Stephanie Colaianni LEFT: While the main act of the 2009 comedy show, Pablo Francisco, may have fallen short, Kevin Hart had the house rolling of the floor. The other act was Christian Finnegan (pictured). TOP: The Dive Club gets their skate on as they participate in last year’s parade, which included floats from campus clubs and organizations, the marching band, and FAU’s then-interim President John Pritchett. CENTER: This was a game long to be remembered as Rusty Smith, FAU’s former quarterback, acquired a shoulder injury that benched him for the rest of the season. The Owls went on to lose to Middle Tennessee 27-20.

PHOTO BY ELIZABETH WHITTON

|CONTENTS | ROYALTY | INAUGURATION | photos | SCHEDULE | UNIVERSITY PRESS |OCTOBER 19, 2010 |

One year's time

Photo highlights from 2009 Homecoming's most popular events

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SCHEDULE

Date: Oct. 28 Event: Homecoming Ball Location: Grand Palm Room Time: 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Cost: free with Owl Card (no Owl Card, no ticket) INFO: This is a semiformal dance where people will dress up. DJ Scoops will be there, and there will be catered food as well. [Source: Cody Kalina, director of Homecoming] Date: Oct. 29 Event: Homecoming Parade Location: begins at Lot 5 Time: 4:30 p.m. Cost: free info: This is the fourth annual Homecoming Parade, and it’s the longest-running parade FAU has had. Participants can build a float and register for the parade for free by filling out a registration packet. The parade is starting at Lot 5 to promote the future building of the football stadium. All questions should be e-mailed to homecoming@fau.edu. [Source: Cody Kalina, director of Homecoming]

Broward Date: Oct. 25 Event: Spirit Day Location: Sea Tech Patio on the Dania Beach campus Time: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cost: free INFO: Come out for Spirit Day and enjoy music, food and a dunk tank and watch the FAU dance and cheerleading teams perform. Students may also have their cars decorated if they would like. [Source: Aloha Balza, coordinator of Broward Student Affairs] Date: Oct. 25 Event: Spirit Day Location: FAU Davie, Student Union 8

Date: Oct. 30 Event: Homecoming Tailgate Location: Lockhart Stadium Time: 1 p.m. Cost: free info: This event is going to be held under a tent, and there will be free food and promotions. Students can come out and show school spirit before the football game against FIU. [Source: Cody Kalina, director of Homecoming] Date: Nov. 10 Event: Freaker’s Ball 2010 Location:Kaye Auditorium Time: 8 to 11 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.) Cost: $10 in advance for FAU students, $20 week of the show (must present Owl Card), $30 in advance for non-students, $35 week of the show. Info: Freaker’s Ball 2010 will be featuring Ludacris. Tickets are currently on sale and selling quickly. Those who bought tickets for the Oct. 15 date can return their tickets to the Box Office for a full refund or use them to attend the Nov. 10 show ­— all tickets will be honored at the door. Any questions should be directed to fau.programboard@fau.edu. [Source: Alicia Keating, assistant director of Student Involvement and Leadership]

Time: 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Cost: free info: Come out for Spirit Day and enjoy music, food and a dunk tank and watch the FAU dance and cheerleading teams perform. Students may also have their cars decorated if they would like. [Source: Aloha Balza, coordinator of Broward Student Affairs] Date: Oct. 26 Event: Spirit Day Location: FAU Fort Lauderdale, College Plaza Time: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Cost: free INFO: Come out for Spirit Day and enjoy music, food and a dunk tank and watch the FAU dance and cheerleading teams perform. Students may also have their cars decorated if they would like. [Source: Aloha Balza, coordinator of Broward Student Affairs]

Jupiter Date: Oct. 22 Event: Halloween Ball Location: The Burrow Time: 7 to 10 p.m. Cost: free INFO: Students should come to this dance in their most creative costumes. There will be a costume contest with categories like Most Creative, Best Duo, and Best Group Costume. Winners and notables from previous years included Popeye and Olive Oil, a Sphinx, and the X-Men. The Jupiter Program Board and the MacArthur Resident Student Association are sponsoring this event. [Source: Alex Lange, chair of Jupiter Homecoming Committee] Date: Oct. 24 Event: Decorate the Burrow Location: SR Atrium 151 and The Burrow Time: 5 to 7 p.m. Cost: free INFO: Students get hands-on Homecoming experience by decorating Jupiter’s Student Union, The Burrow and the SR Atrium. This year, any student organization on the Jupiter campus can create a Homecoming banner that will be hung in the Atrium to show club spirit. The Burrow gets decorated top to bottom with paint — paper and new decorating ideas are welcomed. The Jupiter Homecoming Committee is sponsoring this, and FAU students, staff and faculty can take part. [Source: Alex Lange, chair of Jupiter Homecoming Committee] Date: Oct. 25 Event: Homecoming Kickoff Carnival Location: South Housing Field Time: 4 to 7 p.m. Cost: free (bring Owl Card) INFO: This is the biggest on-campus event for the week. The Carnival will

Treasure Coast

Date: Oct. 25 Event: Spirit Day Location: MP Lobby Time: Noon to 6 p.m. Cost: free INFO: Program Board is having Treasure Coast Spirit Day. Every student who dresses with FAU spirit or FAU apparel — red or blue — will receive a limited-edition FAU-spirited flash drive. [Source: Rochelle Popp, assistant director of Student Involvement and Leadership] Date: Oct. 26 Event: Pumpkin Carving Contest

feature two rides (a glider and a swing set), an inflatable obstacle course and an inflatable bungee cord. There will be a prize truck where students can win stuffed animals and other carnival-type prizes. A balloon and face painting artist will be there too. Booths run by Campus Recreation and other clubs will feature different games. Carnival food like hot dogs, cotton candy, popcorn and more will be there for free. Jupiter Program Board, the MacArthur Student Association and the Jupiter Homecoming Committee sponsor this event. Faculty and staff are also welcome with an Owl Card. [Source: Alex Lange, chair of Jupiter Homecoming Committee] Date: Oct. 26 Event: Homecoming Service Project Location: The Burrow Time: 3 to 5 p.m. Cost: free INFO: Participants will head to The Burrow for an evening of creating Halloween cards and autumnal decorations. The creations will go to two Salvation Army after-cares in Palm Beach County and a Salvation Army men’s shelter. The goal is to utilize Homecoming enthusiasm to spread community cheer. The Jupiter Homecoming Committee and Jupiter Students Advocating Volunteer Involvement sponsor this event. All FAU students are welcome. [Source: Alex Lange, chair of Jupiter Homecoming Committee] Date: Oct. 28 Event: Spirit Day Location: The Burrow Time: all day Cost: free info: Jupiter Spirit Day is as follows: Tuesday is Red Day, Wednesday is Blue Day and Thursday is Any FAU Shirt Day. All three days are designed to let students show school spirit throughout the week. Sponsored by the Jupiter Homecoming Committee. FAU students, staff and faculty are welcome to take part. [Source: Alex Lange, chair of Jupiter Homecoming Committee]

Location: MP Breezeway Time: 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Cost: free info: This is the annual pumpkin-carving contest. Pumpkins, pumpkin carving kits, candy apples, Halloween candy, music, soft drinks and water will be provided. Families are welcome; pumpkins are limited to one per family. [Source: Rochelle Popp, assistant director of Student Involvement and Leadership] Date: Oct. 27 Event: CarnivOWL Location: MP Parking Lot Time: 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Cost: free INFO: This is the annual Homecoming CarnivOWL, which is essentially a carnival, hosted by Student Government in conjunction with Dr. Mary Jane Saunders’ inauguration. There will be Sonny’s

BBQ, cotton candy, snow cones, popcorn, bounce houses, a rock wall, face painting, a henna tattoo artist, live music and giveaways. Students, families, faculty and staff are welcome to attend. [Source: Rochelle Popp, assistant director of Student Involvement and Leadership] Date: Oct. 28 Event: Trick or Treat, Smell the Defeat Location: CO Courtyard Time: 4 to 7:30 p.m. Cost: free info: Student Government is hosting Halloween and Homecoming giveaways. There will be Halloween candy, soft drinks and water for students. The purpose of the event is to rile up school spirit for the upcoming football game. [Source: Rochelle Popp, assistant director of Student Involvement and Leadership]

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Date: Oct. 27 Event: Homecoming Comedy Show Location: Kaye Auditorium in the Student Union Time: 8 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.) Cost: free with Owl Card, $25 for general public INFO: This will feature Godfrey, Mitch Fatel and Aries Spears. It’s a co-sponsored event between Homecoming and Program Board. Tickets are free with an Owl Card at the Box Office in the Student Union. You must be at least 16 to enter — content is for mature audiences only. [Source: Cody Kalina, director of Homecoming]

CONTENTS

BOCA

Date: Oct. 29 Event: Fall Family Fest and Bonfire Location: Housing Lawn Time: 5 to 8 p.m. Cost: free INFO: This event is sponsored between Homecoming, Program Board, the Office of the President and the Housing Office. The plan is to have smokehouse barbecue food instead of typical hamburgers and hotdogs. There will be giveaways, vendors and music. This is a free event and families of students are invited too. At the end of the festival, there will be a bonfire. Participants should dress comfortably and just show up. [Source: Cody Kalina, director of Homecoming]

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