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House approves ‘anti-riot’ bill

Florida House Bill 1, also referred to as the ‘anti-rioting’ bill, passed in the House of Representatives on March 26. HB 1 gives law enforcement the power to determine if a protest is threatening and allows them to arrest at their own discretion. The bill, named “Combating Violence, Disorder, and […]

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FAMU Day at the Capitol a virtual showcase

Florida A&M University held its first virtual FAMU Day at the Capitol on Thursday due to the current coronavirus pandemic. The annual event is designed to celebrate the university and convey gratitude to lawmakers  for their support of FAMU’s  mission and its critical programs and initiatives. The main event was […]

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CASS is christened

Florrida A&M University’s newly constructed Center for Access and Student Success (CASS) complex was officially christened at 11 a.m. today with a ribbon cutting ceremony.  Tallahassee Mayor John Dailey, who called this ribbon cutting “a momentous occasion,” sat among members of the FAMU Board of Trustees, the vice president of […]

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Long-term effects of COVID-19 not clear

By now there is no question that the coronavirus and COVID-19 have taken an immense toll in almost e very country on earth. With constant talk of vaccines and recoveries, many Americans are hopeful, while others are still learning to deal with the long-term effects of the virus and what […]