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Administration vs. students

When students have difficulties or concerns, they are more likely to seek advice from professors than administrators due to the lack of resolution that results from dealing with school authorities. When it comes to problems on campus, administrators are generally eager to solicit comments from students; nevertheless, seeking opinions from […]

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Is Tallahassee worth it post-grad?

When it comes to graduation, most students get their cap and gown and scramble for a job or to enter a position that will start their career. Some find jobs close to home, while others find jobs away from home; either way, it will be the start of something new. […]

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Is FAMU ready to accept more students?

It is official, Fall 2022 is out, and Spring 2023 is in. Welcome back to your number one public HBCU, Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University. This semester has been a whirlwind of events, and it has just begun. Students and staff have been under immense pressure to maintain stability during […]

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Reflecting on MLK’s radical final years

On a hot summer day in 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. fervently delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to an audience of 200,000 in Washington D.C. and millions around the country. This moment has defined his legacy in the decades since, and […]

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NFL should do more to protect its players

Football is loved by people all over the world, but to some, this game is more than just a sport. Professional football players commit their lives to a sport that spectators find entertaining. It also brings in billions of dollars every year for the National Football League. However, a career […]

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I wish I started my college career at FAMU

The biggest takeaway from my college experience as a transfer student is to be vocal and communicate with your peers. They may have information that you don’t have. Greetings, my name is Adrian Murray, better known as “Aj,” and I am a graduating senior at Florida A&M University majoring in […]

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Led by women, Iranian protests persist

In September, Mahsa “Jina” Amini, 22, died three days after being detained by Iran’s morality police. Since Amini’s death, hundreds have been killed and thousands arrested. Following months of seemingly endless unrest in Iran, a viral infographic claiming “Iran Sentences 15,000 protesters to death — as a ‘hard lesson’ for […]

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FAMU deserved a playoff berth

Despite a 9-2 record and a 9-game winning streak, FCS No. 20 ranked Florida A&M University did not receive an invitation to the 24-team  FCS playoffs. After closing out the season with a 41-20 win against Bethune-Cookman, FAMU had its eyes set on the playoffs. Unfortunately, the Rattlers were left […]