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Barbers, stylist reveal the most odd requests

Outrageous and usual hairstyles are a common reoccurrence here on Florida A&M’s campus. From Mohawks to yarn being braided into hair, FAMU has it all. Many students find it cheaper to either style their own hair for free or have a friend style it for them for much lower than […]

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FAMU Beyond Theraphy play offers many laughs to students

On Friday, Lee Hall was filled with theater patrons as well as Florida A&M students for the premier of the Essential Theater’s new play, “Beyond Therapy.” The all-student show was put on by the Lyceum Series, and inspired much talk at FAMU’s “Set Friday.” Prudence, played by Bianca Black, was […]

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College students learn how to cope with death

Mourning the death of a friend or family member is natural process, and according to one therapist, individuals actually go through a mental and emotional process when confronted with a loss. Tim Desmond is a therapist and principle developer of the Coherence Psychology Institute’s two-year program for therapists. Desmond said […]

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Marching 100 pairs with Image Modeling Troupe to host a fashion show

FAMU’s infamous Marching 100 paired with Images Modeling Troupe to host a fashion show in support of Relay For Life this past Thursday.The event was held in Foster Tanner band building from 8 p.m. to 10p.m. The venue was filled with marching band members, professors, and general supporters.“The show was […]

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FAMU offers counseling services to students affected by earthquake

Since the earthquake in Haiti, various organizations and schools within the university are finding ways to help with relief efforts. A free service that is often overlooked is the university’s counseling services. The office said they have seen a spike in visitations since the Haiti earthquake. Allison Lockard, the assistant […]

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Brogan Museum exhibit showcases Haitian art

Original Haitian artwork, music, poetry, dance was showcased yesterday at the opening reception titled Night at the Museum: Haiti Benefit Showcase. The reception featured the personal art collection of Joseph Ducasse on the life, culture, and natural environment of the island and the Haitian people. The oil on canvas paintings […]

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Underground artists overlooked

Boy Meets World, Fashawn (2009): This albumis arguably atypical artistry for an early 20-something.Fashawn, a Fresno, Ca., native serves as a shiningexample for his lyrically immature contemporaries tofollow. Ghostdini, Wizard of Poetry in EmeraldCity, Ghostface Killah (2009): Former Wu-Tang member, Ghostface Killah, demonstrates theimportance longevity in hip-hop in his seventh […]

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Album sales drop during recession

After three back-to-back albums, DJ Khaled released his fourth, Victory. The album was released March 2 through E1 Music and Khaled’s own imprint, We The Best Music Group. Like his first three efforts, the Miami-based DJ’s album is filled with artists collaborations fans would adore. From Diddy to Miami’s up […]