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DeSantis, Crist offer stark contrasts

As early voting continues in the Sunshine State, here’s a breakdown of Florida’s gubernatorial candidates and why the midterm elections are not to be taken lightly. The Democratic challenger, Charlie Crist, is a former member of the Republican Party. He served as governor of Florida from 2007-2011. During his tenure […]

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Netflix hopes to restrict password sharing

In the era of social media and smartphones, we share everything, whether it be with our friends or family. Playlists, TikTok videos, memes and even the passwords to our streaming apps. We share them all. But starting next year sharing passwords may come at a cost to many people’s wallets. […]

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FAMU home to early voting site

Florida A&M University students registered to vote in Leon County now have easy access to early voting on campus. Registered voters in Leon County are encouraged to take advantage of early voting. And the Leon County Supervisor of Elections has set up a voting site on FAMU’s campus. The FAMU […]

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FAMU students look for Latto

As the second day of Homecoming begins, Rattlers face a huge shock. FAMU Homecoming  is known to have great events, entertainment and celebrities in attendance. This year students would be able to see the City Girls, Latto, Saucy Santana and many more at the FAM FEST concert on Saturday night. […]

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FSU breaks ground on new business school

On Friday, Oct. 14, Florida State University’s College of Business held an invitation-only groundbreaking for its future home, Legacy Hall. Michael Hartline, the college’s dean who was the associate dean at the time, took over the initiative in 2011 after it was first conceived in 2010. It has been a […]

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Local restaurants fail inspections

During the week of October 10-16, three local restaurants passed Health Department inspections while eight restaurants failed, according to a report in the Tallahassee Democrat. The three restaurants that passed were One Fresh Stir Fry (earlier problems corrected), Peoples Choice Mobile Kitchen, and Waffle House. The eight restaurants that failed […]

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Security gates on Wahnish Way being removed

Florida A&M University announced in May 2022 that a portion of Wahnish Way would be closed due to safety concerns. There was also the construction of the Will Packer Amphitheater during that time, as well as the establishment of the COVID-19 testing and vaccination center located on Wahnish Way. The […]

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Student loan debt relief underway

For many students, the burden of loans weighs heavy on their shoulders as they matriculate through their institution. On Monday, the one-time loan debt relief application opened up, giving 40 million Americans a sigh of relief. Offered through the federal Department of Education under the Biden administration, it will allow […]