Author: Gabrielle Hall | Staff writer


Professor Jian Jones and mindful hip-hop

Jian Jones’ lifestyle is far from relaxed, but she manages to find a balance between motherhood, teaching and managing her brand, the mindful hip-hop scholar. By trade, she is a certified occupational therapist and a professor of occupational therapy in Florida A&M University’s School of Allied Health Sciences, but she […]


The EPA is hiring, and the agency wants FAMU students

Florida A&M’s School of the Environment hosted a fireside chat on Friday with Daniel Blackman, the Environmental Protection Agency’s Regional 4 administrator. This event was moderated by Joel Blount, Jr., the school’s coordinator of academic programs, and Courtney Wallace. It marked the debut of the program’s spring 2022 seminar series. […]


‘Space Force’ legislation moves forward

Florida state Senator Danny Burgess, R-Tampa, has filed a bill that would give the United States Space Force a legitimate place in state law. Senate Bill 438 will be a revision of “uniformed service” to include the Space Force among the other branches of the military. The USSF was declared […]


CIS students voice concerns

Some students in Florida A&M University’s Computer Information Systems department are saying their program is underfunded. Caleb McLean, a fourth-year information technology major, says that there are multiple areas the department can improve on. “We need more updated and current computers. We also need better software, we need a stronger […]