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Housing fumigation causes inconvenience for students

After a long day in classes and at work, the last thing you want to return home to is a notice saying that you must vacate within 24 hours. This happened to several residents in Florida A&M's Phase III Housing Complex last week. Due to apparent mold in the apartments, […]

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TPD traffic homicide crash at Orange and Adams intersection

Drivers headed toward Orange Avenue  and Adams Street intersection, might be held up by traffic. Tallahassee Police Department’s homicide investigators are at the scene of a crash near the main post office location.  It is not yet known how many vehicles were involved in the crash. Visit later for an […]

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Panel studies black psyche

Florida A&M’s Department of Psychology held its first national conference Sept. 10-11. The conference highlighted the study of African and black psychology and recognized the contributions of Kobi Kambon, who has dedicated the past 30years at FAMU as a psychology professor and department chair of FAMU’s Psychology Graduate Program. Kambon’s career […]

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Conference sheds light on goat meat industry

Florida A&M will host the nations first National Goat Conference, Sept. 12-15 at the Leon County Civic Center. The conference will provide a forum for goat producers, students, professionals and organizations to address all aspects of one the fastest growing areas in the livestock industry. The conference theme, “Strengthening the […]

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FAMU PD investigating iRattler hacks

With the highest incoming class size in Florida A&M history comes the news that countless students could be victim to financial aid theft through their iRattler accounts. FAMU Police Department is investigating several student’s complaints that personal information and money is being stolen from them via iRattler, a university online […]

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Katrina: five years later

Just a little over five years ago what started off as a formation over the Bahamas and crossed over the state of Fla. What started as a category one hurricane turned into the sixth strongest hurricane (according to Atlantic Hurricanes) and caused catastrophic damage to 80 percent of New Orleans. […]

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Kashif Smiley becomes the 39th FAMU Chief Justice

Finally, the 39th Student Senate confirmed Kashif Smiley on Aug. 30 as the new Chief Justice. According to Iman Sandifer, who is the 40th Student Senate President, the vote was 15 yes, one no and two senators obtained from voting. For the past year and a half, the Supreme Court […]

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TV News 20 welcomes new cast

FAMUs TV-20 news team is returning to the air today. The live newscast will air Monday through Thursday at 5 p.m. On Fridays, the station will broadcast a “week in review” at 7 p.m. This year FAMU students should be looking forward to new broadcast, a Homecoming special and a […]

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FAMU Offers New Language Courses 
 


  In response to a competitive job market and a more global environment, Florida A&M is now offering four new language courses to prepare students to become multi-dimensional in the workplace. Languages being offered include Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Hausa and Portuguese. The enrollment period is now open and applicants can […]