Author: Brianna McGregor


Food Truck Thursdays change Tallahassee nights

Thursday nights haven't been the same in capital city since 2011. Tallahassee food trucks have taken over with a wide variety of food from local vendors, chefs and musicians.  A typical Thursday night while traveling down North Monroe Street may seem hectic to some, but to others it's something that […]


Marriage: Before, during and after college

While most students are casually dating, others are planning their wedding that’s vastly approaching.  We're often told that you will find your soul mate during your college years, but the next question that comes up is: Is it a distraction toward school or will it help you by having that […]


The how-to for college students on saving

Having fine wine taste but living on a beer budget may not be easy, but it is manageable.  Ideally you won’t learn the importance of budgeting until you enroll in a two- or four-year university.  There is a plethora of ways students can save money on several purchases, such as […]


Rattlers Pullout First Victory Against Savannah State

The Florida A&M Rattlers (1-5, 1-1 MEAC) earned their first win of the season and first conference win against the winless the Tigers of Savannah State University (0-6, 0-3 MEAC) 24-14. Rattlers head coach Earl Holmes reflected on the teams win. “Overall I thought the guys started fast and I […]


St. Louis Activists Host Ferguson October

Thousands of protesters from different states in the country converged in Ferguson on October 10 and will be there until October 13 to show their solidarity with the people of St. Louis. St. Louis activists organized four days of activities. This weekend event has been named Ferguson October. Many of the events that […]


Lady Rattlers Sweep BCU, Remain Perfect in MEAC

The Florida A&M Lady Rattlers volleyball team remained undefeated in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference as they swept rival Bethune-Cookman University (25-14, 25-20, 25-18). Head coach Tanio “Tony” Trifonov spoke about the teams unbeaten streak in the MEAC. “It was our goal to have all three wins in the first half of […]


Art And Garden Fest Brings Opportunities For Agriculture

The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences North Florida Research and Education Center held its second annual Art and Garden Fall Family Festival Saturday in Quincy, Fla. The festival is sponsored by the Gadsden Arts Center, Gardening Friends of the Big Bend, Plein Air Painters, Quincy Garden […]


SGA Hosts Special Allocation Workshop

On Wednesday the members of the Student Government Association and the Organization & Finances Committee came out to Perry Paige auditorium to inform students about how to apply for a special allocation,  a process of asking SGA for money that is not already apart of their annual budget. Many students […]