Author: Brittany Jarret | Lifestyles editor

Lifestyles

Ways to stay safe during Spring Break

Spring Break is finally here, and each year students travel to different places for a fun, weeklong vacation. However, this year is not a typical year, not with the coronavirus now a global pandemic. Earlier this week President Trump declared a national emergency. Keeping that in mind, here are some […]

Lifestyles

TCC pays tribute to local women

To kickstart Women’s History Month, Tallahassee Community College held its annual ceremony celebrating women who show notable leadership. This event is held yearly to shine a light on those in the community who are actively making a difference through community outreach, political participation, and simply being diligent women in society. […]

News

Gen Z and the coronavirus: ‘What, me worry?’

Mass hysteria and safety measures due to the coronavirus have become more intense throughout the week, canceling conferences, cruises and concerts. Schools, businesses and general public gatherings across the country are on a hiatus as health concerns rise. But Gen Z’ers aren’t stopping their excursions over this fast traveling pandemic. […]

Opinions

Should FAMU be a pet friendly campus?

Even though Florida A&M University allows service animals and emotional-support animals on campus, the university needs a more pet-friendly policy. Today, an increasing number of universities are becoming pet-friendly because students are increasingly asking for it, and there are so many positive reasons why. FAMU needs to pull out its […]

News

SGA planning to hold elections online

The Florida A&M Student Senate held an emergency meeting Thursday evening. The meeting was held to discuss new election dates due to the university being closed during the original dates. Aaricka Freeman, the electoral commissioner, proposed online voting to the Student Senate. “To be brief, there are a plethora of […]