Author: Azaria Samuels

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Tallahassee Host 5K Walk for Haiti

Recycle4Haiti Foundation Inc. hosted its second 5K walk in Tallahassee at Railroad Square Art Park on Saturday July 11 for Earthquake victims in Haiti. Haiti faced a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake that killed thousands and left many others hurt and homeless in January 2010. Registration was $20 and the event […]

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Class Is In Session For Chosen YCPA Students

The Tallahassee Police department has selected its students to begin the summer classes for its Youth Citizen Police Academy (YCPA). On Tuesday, the students will begin their learning process at the Youth Academy located just on the outskirts of Tallahassee. They will meet for the next seven Tuesdays and began […]

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Mothers Seeking Abortion May be Put on Pause

Members of the senate reviewed SB724 today on the termination of pregnancies. This is a similar bill to HB633 that passed a measure Wednesday that will mandate a 24-hour wait period for mothers who are seeking to abort their pregnancy. However, this is not the first time this bill has […]

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The Redzone

  "The Redzone: State of HBCU Sports," is narrative feature produced by Quintin Gee and Jason Joseph, two broadcast journalism students at Florida A&M University. This version has the filmmaker intro, and as you can see the film was produced to examine and bring to light the continuing struggle HBCU's […]

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What? Café has Whatever You Like

What? Café brings homemade treats that are beloved by many local students in Tallahassee, Fla. Coffee, tea, pastries and the famous fried rice are specialties at the café. Tallahassee native and humanities major at Tallahassee Community College, Delano Hughes came to the popular spot every Friday since her junior year […]

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J School Journals 2015: Reel Deal Cinema

Lights. Camera. Action. ‘Black Hollywood’ starts here. Florida A&M’s School of Journalism and Graphic Communications presented the narrative film series “Through the Lens” Saturday. Community members, students, faculty and staff filled Lee Hall auditorium to watch four short features that specialized reporting students produced. Under the guidance of professor Kenneth […]

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First ‘Get Fit FAMU’ Kids at FAMU DRS

Florida A&M University held it’s first Annual Get Fit FAMU Kid’s pep rally.  The students were taught exercising techniques and even worked out with Chocolate Zumba with Success Athletic Training Facility instructors. FAMU’s DJ, Rasheed Wallace kept the crowd thrilled as he played variations of music. FAMU’s orientation leaders entertained […]

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The Art and Religion as Revolution

The Florida A&M University held its Art and Religion as Revolution event during the Artists in Bloom Festival week with a student panel discussing their views of how art and religion can create a revolutionary aspect at the new pharmacy building in the Blue Cross Blue Shield room on Tuesday, […]