Author: Kyla Hubbard | Editor-In-Chief


Set Friday #BackToTheYard takeover

Set Friday was major last week as Chase presented their “Back To The Yard” event complete with free food from local vendors, financial advice, games, raffles, special guests and student performances. Amazon was also present and donated $50,000 towards student scholarships and initiatives. Transitioning to a hybrid set Friday experience, […]


Tallahassee lost its charm

Tallahassee has witnessed significant upheaval in 2022, prompting some to wonder if the city has lost its appeal. There has been an increase in shootings near Tallahassee colleges, the closure of popular clubs and restaurants, and one of Tallahassee’s most prominent college campuses, FAMU, has been poorly portrayed in the […]


Is Tallahassee a safe place to live?

In the last few years, there has been a decrease in the total crime rate in Tallahassee, but this year there has been an increase in shootings alone, forcing students and residents to wonder, is it still safe? According to the Tallahassee Democrat, there were 89 shootings with 63 injuries […]


How to prepare for Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian is continuously picking up speed. Florida and Cuba are bracing for possible hard rain, flooding, and strong winds. College students need to be prepared for the possibilities of electrical outings. Brittany Lockely, a Fox 35 Orlando meteorologist, spoke on the swift change in direction of Hurricane Ian and […]


90.5 Playmakers cover FAMU’s latest game

If you missed FAMU’s football team stealing their first win at home against Albany State, it wouldn’t be a problem because the 90.5 Playmakers covered every second of it. As the Rattlers took the victory last Saturday night with a 23-13 game, the Playmakers managed to update students and viewers […]


Time to spice up date night

Tallahassee is often viewed as limited when it comes to finding new places to go. This can make it difficult to find original spots to take a significant other, but there are definitely things out there. If the outdoors is appealing for a date, Florida State University’s Rez Lakefront Park […]


Black-owned vegan restaurant comes to Frenchtown

The Social Vegan, located in the Frenchtown area, stands out among Tallahassee’s plant-based offerings. For starters, it’s the only Black-owned vegan restaurant in the area. It opened earlier this month on Sept. 10. Lexington, Kentucky is home to the first location of The Social Vegan. But the Tallahassee community holds […]


Tallahassee prepares for Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian is heading toward the Gulf Coast of Florida and is expected to impact Tallahassee later this week, possibly as soon as Thursday. Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency for all of Florida, and by the end of Monday night, Ian had strengthened into a Category […]