We are more than just journalists. We are regular college students too!
Here are a few of our favorite websites we like to frequent. Enjoy. You may even like a few yourself!
Leave a comment about your favorite website. We’d love to know!
- O Hell Naw: web comics for/and about Black folk.
- Anime Freak: watch anime online.
- ESPN Online: the official website of ESPN.
- TUMBLR: A new kind of social network.
- Manga Reader: read manga online.
- Cracked: the place for random facts and fun info.
- Miami Heat Online: the official website of NBA Team, Miami Heat.
- Bleacher Report: up-to-the-minute reports of NBA, MLB and other professional sports groups.
- Basketball Reference: the place for stats, players and everything else you need to know about basketball.
- IGN: the official website for game reviewers IGN.
- Rotten Tomatoes: the place for movie reviews and opinions.
- Fox News Comments: the new says it, commentary about Fox News.
- Huffington Post: blog aggregator Huffington Post.
- Media Takeout: the self-proclaimed, “Most Visited Urban Website in the World.”
- Rattler Nation: a fun blog, for and about Florida A & M students.
- World-Star Hip-Hop: urban news, opinions, blogs and videos.
- The FAMUAN: our website, The FAMUAN Online.
- Gorilla Fights: videos from random fights around the country.
- Urban Tallahassee: read stats, government reports and facts about commercial developments in Tallahassee.
- HULU: watch shows from Fox, NBC, USA and other channels online, officially and legally.
- NetFlicks: watch movies and TV shows on-demand with a cheap, monthly subscription.
- Bulbapedia: online resource for everything Pokemon.
- Digital Photography Review: read facts from the latest digital cameras, along with side-by-side reviews and news from the industry.
- iGoogle: your personalized Google Homepage that connects to your Gmail account.
- Next Level Radio Caribbean: the best place for Caribbean music online, featuring live DJ hours and radio shows.
- Wired: the place for tech news and reviews, including new gadgets, movies, videos and others.
- Wikipedia: the all-in-one, non-college-applicable resource for everything you need to know about a lot of things.
- Wisegeek: definitions for popular science, technology, even culinary, terms, along with references.
- Writersdigest: the online arm of magazine Writer’s Digest.