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FAMU v. Arkansas

Linebacker Kennion, Raashed (37) tackles Arkansas runningback Devwah Whaley (21) during Thursday's nationally televised game on ESPN.–Photo courtesy of FAMU Sports Information    Florida A & M went into Thursday night’s football game against Arkansas looking to get a win against an SEC opponent for the first time in decades, but instead they encountered […]

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FAMU Volleyball defeats UNF 3-2

Florida A&M (3-8) snuck a 3-2 win past the University of North Florida (6-8) in Al Lawson Gymnasium, on September 19. The Rattlers won in sets with sets of (26-24, 26-24, 20-25, 24-26, 15-12). FAMU was down in both opening sets 24-24, before mounting comebacks in both. A hard swing […]

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Florida State still winless

This was the first time Jimbo Fisher had a true freshman quarterback start for him, but not even that would be enough for the Florida State Seminoles. After a hard fight, the FSU couldn't overcome NC State. The Wolfpack held the ball 33 minutes compared to FSU's 26 minutes with the […]

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Students launch businesses to cut college costs

College students have put their entrepreneurial hats on by working smarter, as opposed to harder when it comes to earning extra coins. Not by simply working for minimum wage, but by starting their own businesses and profiting from them legally and proficiently. Students at Florida A&M University have become entrepreneurs […]

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Tallahassee recovers after Hurricane Irma

Even though Hurricane Irma struck Tallahassee as a tropical storm, it still left behind a lot of damage. More than 50,000 residents lost power because of Irma, which is half the number of customers that lost power last year during Hurricane Hermine. As of today, the majority of customers' power […]

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FAMU prepares for Hurricane Irma

– -Hurricane Irma, as a category 5 storm, as it neared Puerto Rico.  —  Photo courtesy of The National Hurricane Center Off campus FAMU students Registered students of Florida A&M University who live off campus can be accomodated in the Foster-Tanner Band Rehearsal Hall on campus beginning Saturday, Sept. 9 at […]

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Feeding into FAMU’s Graduate Feeder Program

On August 30, Florida A&M University’s Graduate Feeder Program was honored by Congress for its distinguished accomplishments in the constant pursuit for offering opportunities for FAMU’s students to seek higher education after receiving their undergraduate degree. Living in a world where free tuition is hard to come by, FAMU’s Graduate Feeder […]

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111th Miss FAMU is True Rattler Royalty

Miss FAMU Michelle Johnson — photo by Ernest Nelfrard Florida A&M University’s newly crowned Miss FAMU literally has royal blood pumping through her veins. Following spring elections on April 4, it was announced that junior business administration and theater student Michelle Marva Johnson, 21, would serve as the 111th Miss […]