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SGA pushes partnership with Rent College Pads

FAMU is known for its traditional and apartment-style housing. A second-year political science student, Phil Pathnick, is a non-traditional student who’s been married six years. He said he has a 28-minute commutes to school. Students such as Pathnick are pushing the idea for FAMU to bring back the non-traditional homes […]

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Sen. Harris vows $60 billion for HBCUs

Senator Kamala Harris of California recently held a teleconference exclusively for HBCU student-media outlets. Harris, an alumna of Howard University, planned the Oct. 8 call to spread access to her campaign through HBCU student journalists. The topics covered included Harris’ candidacy, her plans for the presidency and her own HBCU […]

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Game-day parking blues

Florida A&M University is leading the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in attendance with an average of 25,679 fans per home game, and finding a parking spot at Bragg Memorial Stadium on game days can be a challenge. FAMU’s “Investing in Champions” program reserves a majority of the parking spots close to […]

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Residents speak out at RHA town hall meeting

Florida A&M University’s Housing Residence Hall Association hosted its first town hall meeting on Wednesday in FAMU Village.  RHA focuses on improving the experiences of campus residents by advocating for them and providing opportunities for leadership development. The purpose of the RHA town hall was to give residents a space […]

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Funding for HBCUs hang in the balance

After stalling in a Republican Senate, funding for Minority-Serving Institutions has lapsed on Sept. 30, leaving many schools without a safety net. Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) is among the HBCUs with funding hanging in the balance. The Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources for Education (FUTURE) Act provides […]

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Girls 2 Divas host casting call

If you know a girl looking for a chance to practice self-expression and showcase their talent, there’s an opportunity approaching. The mentorship Program Girls 2 D.I.V.A.S (G2D), founded by Florida A&M University alumna, Janay White, is offering girls in Tallahassee the chance to express themselves with the “D.I.V.A.S Musical Production”. […]