Author: Deiana Abdel-Gadir | Staff writer


HBCU students wary of more protests

Terrorism has always been a major concern for the United States. However, in recent months domestic terrorism has become an equally high concern due to the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. In an attempt to overturn the results, Trump supporters led a vicious attack on the nation’s Capitol on […]


Marching 100 ‘perform’ for Biden inauguration

From the banging of the drums to the roar of the horns, the Marching 100 returned to the spotlight on a national scale during their pre-recorded inaugural performance Tuesday evening. At 8 p.m. the revered band was among many performers, speakers and inspiring storytellers coming together to honor President-elect Joe […]


Kearney Center remains closed due to pandemic

While many Americans have faced hardships during the global pandemic that we are still experiencing. But there is a group of people who have it even harder — the homeless.  The Kearney Center located on Tallahassee’s west side is a faith-based non-profit organization. It helps aid the homeless in the […]


Second vaccine dose schedule posted in Leon County

As COVID-19 vaccinations continue to circulate throughout the nation, residents are prepared to receive the second dose of the vaccine amidst a new schedule posted by the Florida Department of Health in Leon County. The department is still flooded with vaccination requests and appointment times are not yet available. Pre-set […]


Second testing site at FAMU now open

Since April 2020, FAMU’s Bragg Memorial Stadium has housed a free COVID-19 testing site, which has been convenient not only for FAMU students, but also the general public. The site provides thousands of rapid tests daily. At the site, you are able to walk up, register online and get tested […]