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A Mighty debut album released

FAMU student, musician and producer Zachary Mighty finally released his highly anticipated album “222.” It’s a showcase for his producing skills and his passion for music. Mighty, a fourth-year music industry major from Fort Lauderdale, has been working hard toward releasing his “222” album for more than a year. He […]

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Rep. Alexander a champion for his alma mater

Ramon Alexander, a Tallahassee native, proud Florida A&M graduate and member of the Florida House of Representatives, has an ambitious agenda for the upcoming legislative session. He is a Democratic member of the lower chamber, swimming against the current in a Republican-controlled body. Alexander represents the 8th District, which includes […]

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FAMU Athletics cuts two men’s teams

In an effort to reduce the Athletic Department’s projected $2.4 million deficit, Florida A&M University will cut the men’s tennis and men’s cross country teams in June 2020.  President Larry Robinson released a statement via email on November first, explaining how his administration reached the decision to dismiss the two […]

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Historic markers honor Frenchtown’s rich history

City officials, Tallahassee residents and local media outlets braved dreary skies Friday to witness the unveiling of the Soul Voices: Frenchtown Historical Markers and walking trail at the Renaissance Center. Frenchtown is one of the oldest African-American communities in the state of Florida. The Frenchtown Soul Voices Historical Markers highlight […]

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Census Bureau seeks part-time employees

The Census Bureau has begun recruiting new hires as it prepares for the 2020 Census. The early recruitment efforts will play an essential role in the upcoming population count. The Census Bureau has stated that hiring is “tough when unemployment is low.” The U.S. unemployment rate hit a 50-year low […]

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Sistuhs plan to ‘take over’ The Set this week

The Florida A&M University chapter of Sistuhs is in the most of “Sistuhs Trip,” a week-long “vacation” of events designed to encourage the student body to become more active on campus as well as to raise awareness for mental and physical health.  The week started out with “Cupcakes on the […]

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Students worry as food stamp reductions loom

President’ Trump’s administration is working to trim the cost of food assistance programs. Low-income families and many students are in jeopardy of losing access to free lunches and government aid if the administration is successful following through on its proposal. The objective is to limit the number of people receiving […]