Author: Kasherah Reynolds | Staff writer


Fitness about more than working out for Smith

His resilience and passionate heart have paved the way for him to fulfill self-oriented goals and impact the aspirations of others. Jeremy Smith, a physical trainer and FAMU graduate, has helped many reach their fitness goals and perpetuate healthy habits. Smith received his bachelor’s in health science with a concentration […]


Guns sales spike as pandemic rages on

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, people are becoming more worrisome. And instead of running out to buy essential products like bathroom tissue and food, people are stocking up on something that’s not so essential —guns. Due to the state of the country, people are fearful for what is to come. […]


Parrish a natural leader on ‘The Hill’

Winslyn Parrish started off serving as Florida A&M’s sophomore vice president for the 2019-2020 academic year with a catchy motto: “Our leadership is day and night.” That motto still stands as Parish on Thursday was elected junior attendant for the 2020-2021 academic year. Parrish, 19, is a third-year pre-physical therapy […]


Crutchfield develops a following

Joshua Crutchfield, a 23-year-old senior at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, has faced more than his share of adversity throughout his life. However, he has prevailed and is still here to tell his story. Summer B of 2016, Crutchfield arrived on the “Highest of Seven Hills,” leaving his family behind […]


Spells named student employee of the year

Florida A&M University’s Career and Professional Development Center announced last week that Jordan Spells is FAMU’s student employee of the year. Spells wasted no time getting involved in the College of Education. He has been volunteering and working in the College of Education for two years, starting in the dean’s […]


FAMU donates ventilators to TMH

“Excellence with caring” is FAMU’s motto. During a global pandemic, the Florida A&M School of Allied Health & Health Sciences lent a helping hand with donations of four ventilators to Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, earlier this week. In a statement released by FAMU communications, Dean Cynthia Hughes Harris said she was […]


Candidates reflect on online elections

  Election season is always highly anticipated at Florida A&M University. However, this year campaigning was a little bit different. Due to COVID-19 students were forced to do all of their campaigning online. Campaigning virtually means using social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter to get people to vote for […]


Bryant proves that hard work pays off

Calvin “40” Bryant is an example of how hark work can pay off. He went from a low point in life, where he suffered depression, and he turned that anger into a business. Bryant was an athlete where he played football on a collegiate level at Charleston Southern University. In […]