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Panel focuses on sexual assault

The Florida A&M University Police Department, Student Health Services, Office of Title IX, and the Gamma Alpha Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta sorority  partnered on Wednesday to host a panel “Preventing and Responding to Interpersonal Violence.” The panel discussion involved sexual assault, domestic violence and substance abuse. Lt. Audrey Alexander […]

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From SGA president to recruiting students

Students, employers, and alumni packed out Al Lawson Multipurpose Center for the Career and Professional Development Center’s Career and Internship Expo today from 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. Over 150 employers including Ford, Intel, and Goldman Sachs educated attendees about job opportunities and internships. Among the recruiters was former Student […]

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Two months down, one to go for e-scooters

With one month left in Tallahassee’s e-scooter pilot program, residents have been taking their last few rides around the city to enjoy the popular motorized scooters. The new, innovative way of transportation was presented to the City of Tallahassee this summer, which led to the start of the three-month pilot […]

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Students focus on four-year graduation rate

In 2016 and 2017, Florida A&M was ranked No. 1 among the nation’s public HBCUs by U.S. News & World Report. In  2018 it was toppled by North Carolina A&T State University in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2019 guidebook. Students at Florida A&M have been living […]

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FAMU opens two new parking lots

Every year the students at Florida A&M University complain about the lack of parking spaces on campus. With the student body growing, available parking is becoming extremely limited. However, FAMU’s parking services are addressing these complaints one lot at a time. The requests for more parking lots comes up every […]

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Rickards High getting a new look

It looks like it’s going to be a great year for the Rickards Raiders, as they have come close to completing a new sports complex after just about nine months of renovations. After deciding not to relocate Leon County Schools’ lone south-side high school, the district decided instead to construct […]

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SGA: One confirmed, another denied

On Monday, the Student Government Association gathered alongside students in the Senate Chambers for their weekly meeting. The meeting kicked off with announcements of events taking place this week, homecoming updates and updates from student leaders on tasks dealing with their elected roles. At their previous meeting that took place […]

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New academic coaches aim to improve student success

The undergraduate Student Success Center has added four new academic coaches for incoming freshmen. The role of the academic coaches is to serve as accountability partners for students, ultimately making sure that the transition to campus is smooth and that they are aware of all the resources that FAMU has […]

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FAMU ranked No.2 public HBCU

Florida A&M University (FAMU) maintains its ranking as the No.2 public Historically Black College and University (HBCU). FAMU was also ranked as No.7 of all public and private HBCUs, moving the university up two slots, keeping it among the top 10 HBCUs within the nation according to the 2020 U.S. […]