Walking the straight and narrow

Here at the Famuan our top priority is to cover the campus of Florida A&M University.

Whether the news is good, bad, or ugly, we will report.

It is our duty to make sure students, faculty, staff and administrators are informed about what is happening on and around our campus.

If we do not tell our story, we cannot expect others to tell our story accurately, fairly or without bias.

If we fail to cover FAMU, those who do might not have our best interests at heart.

Those of you who have been religiously reading our publication may have noticed, for the most part, all of the stories published thus far, have been positive.

FAMU students have not been tied to any club shootings, nor robbed elderly women, or hit pedestrians crossing the street.

This is great news. Let us keep it that way.

So far, this semester has been running smoothly. There is no reason why FAMU cannot remain in this positive light.

FAMU president James Ammons has been flawless. So has SGA and the “Marching 100.” There have not been any reports of hazing or any signs of scandal.

FAMU should be this way all the time.

We have not even had any new “anti-Famuan” Facebook groups created, which is also a good thing.

The only thing that could make this semester any better is if FAMU is named, “College of the Year” again.

FAMU students should appreciate their school and all it has to offer.

Those who do not attend or work at FAMU may say negative things about the school like, “their students rate a 4 on a one to 10 scale.” But, rest assured, they know FAMU is golden.

FAMU – keep up the good work.

Siraaj Sabree for the Editorial Board.