Author: Anae Jackson


Trump Rallies through Valdosta

Presidential Candidate Donald Trump’s plane flew over a crowd of roughly 20,000 people Monday night, a day before Super Tuesday. The rally was held in the PE Complex at Valdosta State University. The complex reached capacity with about 7,500 in attendance and while the rest of the crowd listened outside. […]


The Senate needs a principal

When the news broke that Justice Antonin Scalia passed away on Feb. 13, within hours Majority Leader Mitch McConnell released a statement stating that they will deny any nominees to fill the ninth justice place. “The American people should have a voice in the selection of their next supreme court […]


History Makes its Way to Tallahassee

Courtesy of Anae Jackson The “Rise Above” traveling exhibit about the Tuskegee Airmen has come to Tallahassee and is on display at the Million Air Hangar next to the Tallahassee International Airport until Saturday afternoon. The exhibit honors the Tuskegee Airmen. The exhibit features a 30-minute video on a […]


TCC now accepting BSN students

The State Board of Education has approved Tallahassee Community College to offer a Bachelor of Science Nursing degree program. TCC has started seeking applicants for the program, it is set to start May 6. In 2013, President of TCC Jim Murdaugh, proposed the school develop a BSN program for students […]


Leon County holding One-Stop Shop for passports

Courtesy of The Park Press The Leon County Clerk and Comptroller office is hosting a one-stop shop passport fair at the Clerk’s Northeast Branch Office this week to prepare for spring break and summer travels. This service is only being offered at the Clerk’s Northeast Branch Office, located at 1276 […]


FSU Black Student Union hosts Cerebellum Check-In

Courtesy of Swords to Plowshares The Black Student Union hosted the Cerebellum Check-In, a seminar on mental health in the black community, Monday night at Florida State University’s Globe Auditorium. In a panel discussion with FAMU psychology professor Huberta Jackson-Lowman, Ph.D., licensed mental health and national certified counselor at the […]


FSU investigating fraternity

The Omega Psi Phi Chi Theta Chapter at Florida State University is under investigation for hazing allegations. The hazing allegedly took place in 2015 to at least one student of the fraternity but the incident was reported this year, according to local CBS affiliate TV station WCTV. FSU’s Dennis Schnittker, […]


Confirmed Zika Case in North Florida

Courtesy of  Medical Daily As the Zika Virus continues to spread in the United States, there has now been one confirmed case in North Florida.  Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a health emergency for five counties as 12 Zika virus cases have been confirmed in the state. One case […]