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Panel discussion shares how to be “single with a purpose”

Florida A&M University’s students are saying that young adults all over the world are becoming tired of giving themselves to empty people who show their disinterest in loving them — the right way. For that reason, students say they are making the choice to be celibate which, they say, is […]

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Rattlers moved through music and history

Florida A&M University’s Royal Court glided into Jake Gaither Gymnasium-Friday morning, decked in brightly colored tribal prints and traditional African garb. They were joined by a crowd over 100 students. Faculty and community members came together to honor the culture of their ancestors this February at FAMU’s Annual Black History […]

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SGA takes on Domestic Violence Awareness

The 46th Student Senate hosted END Domestic Violence Strike Out Showcase, to raise awareness about domestic violence in the African American community, Friday, in Lee Hall Auditorium. The purpose behind the Strike Out showcase intended to present to the community and student body an entertaining way to raise awareness about […]

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County and local officials come together for an annual town hall meeting

Photo Credit: Lissa Jules The sixth annual Leon County and City of Tallahassee Town Hall meeting took place at the St. John’s Episcopal Church on Thursday, held by the nonprofit organization, The Village Square. Topics ranging from crime, affordable housing and community building initiatives were asked through an open forum […]

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School of Nursing Welcomes New Dean

  The School of Nursing gathered last Monday in Lee Hall auditorium to welcome their new dean, Henry Talley, Ph.D. During his first week, he spoke to different nursing classes and spent most of his week getting to know the faculty and staff. Not wasting any time, Talley wanted to […]

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Second Annual Capital City Mentoring Challenge

  The Office of City of Tallahassee Mayor, Andrew Gillum hosted the second annual Capital City Mentoring Challenge at the Walker Ford Community Center on Tuesday, Jan. 31. The event is only one part of Mayor Gillum’s 1,000 Mentors Initiative, which recruits 1,000 adults from across Tallahassee to mentor a […]

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HIV/ AIDS awareness continues to grow on campus

Nationally, February is most commonly known as Black History Month. But there is one day African Americans need to be aware of. February 7 is National Black HIV/AIDS awareness day, this year’s theme is, “I am my Brother’s and Sister’s Keeper.” According to AIDS.gov, more than 1.2 million people in […]

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Activist brings HIV/AIDS Awareness to the campus

  For the observation of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, activist Hydeia Broadbent, visited Florida A&M University on Tuesday, at the College of Pharmacy Blue Cross Blue Shield Auditorium to speak to students about the importance of prevention. Broadbent was born with HIV and was not detected as HIV-positive with […]

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SGA votes to impeach Bruno, Harrison

The FAMU Student Senate voted Monday to impeach newly sworn in student body President Justin Bruno and Vice President Devin Harrison. The Senate cited alleged violations of the student body election codes as grounds to initiate the impeachment proceedings. “Their assumption into office is a clear violation of both our […]