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COVID lawsuit protection bill signed into law

As the country gradually opens up the state of Florida has officially shed light on protection for Florida businesses and healthcare providers. As of March 29, Senate Bill 72 is officially effective. SB 72 is in place for civil liability for damages relating to COVID-19; specifying requirements for civil actions […]

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Dorms return to double-occupancy in the fall

Make no mistake: Students are eager to get back to the “normal” college life. Florida A&M’s Office of University Housing is making that possible starting with the fall semester when it returns to double-occupancy rooms. In spring 2020, students who resided on campus had to move out of all residence […]

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The ‘cab’ aims to keep students engaged

Florida A&M University’s Senior Class Cabinet didn’t miss a beat during the 2020-2021 academic year, despite the ongoing pandemic. Although there were hardships due to switching from in-person to virtual events, students continued participating in online calls and the organization continues to plan and promote different ways for all classes […]

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Smoothie Tower opens near campus

Joe Morris is a 2013 Florida A&M University graduate who partnered with two young men who met at FSU eight years ago through the Progressive Black Men organization and are now community activists and business owners. Joshua DeGraff works in industrial engineering and process engineering. He says that alongside trying […]

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Autism Speaks thrives at FSU

A growing number of young children in the United States are being diagnosed with autism. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported a 15 percent increase in autism nationally in 2018. In the CDC report, 1 in 59 children had a diagnosis of autism. Autism, also known as an […]