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Group takes message to D.C.

FAMU’s Green Coalition will send students to “Power Shift,” an environmental summit in Washington, D.C. to make sure the new administration keeps “green” promises for the next four years. Along with Florida State University, Florida A&M University students will travel to the summit Feb. 27 to March 2. with an […]

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Menu options expand on FAMU’s campus

The dining area known as the ‘Orange Room’ is expected to re-open March 7, according to Paul Bajere, project manager at Florida A&M University.       Many students said they were not happy when the Orange Room closed for reconstruction more than a year ago. “I was really hurt,” said Regina […]

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Foreign service beckons

Students at Florida A&M University could have the opportunity to work closely with the Barack Obama administration, if chosen for the Rangel Internship. The 2009 Charles Rangel Summer Enrichment Program is for college sophomores and seniors planning to attend graduate school. The program is named for veteran Congressman Charles B. […]

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A new path on The ‘Hill’

“It’s about time,” said Alyssa Crawford, a sophomore nursing student from Macon, Ga. The hill between the School of Journalism and Graphic Communications and Gamble Street has seen many slips, falls and tumbles. But now students, professors and faculty who normally travel that route can use a new sidewalk that […]

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Historic event unites FAMU

Students and faculty members gathered in Lee Hall’s auditorium to witness U.S. President Barack Obama’s inaugural address. Students were impressed with the address and were pleased with Obama’s success as the first black president.  “I think it’s a very exciting moment. Probably one of the most amazing moments I’ve witnessed. […]

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Student refunds set to begin

Florida A&M University students should have started to receive their refund checks on Tuesday, according to the office of student financial services. But some students at FAMU are not pleased because they have not received their net checks yet. A net check is money left over after a student’s tuition […]

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Local youth come to FAMU campus

Courtesy of FAMU The Florida A&M University Educational Talent Research Program collaborated with the Leon County mayor's office, Leon County school's Booker T. Washington Success Academy, and the Beta Nu Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity incorporated to present Youth Empowerment Day on Saturday. The event was held in […]