Author: Sierra Sirju | Staff Writer


Enterprise offers discounts for college students

Yes, the coronavirus is scary and beating the economy down harshly. However, many companies are still trying to assist in this time. COVID-19 has really altered the lives of many college students across the country and shut down normalcy for almost everyone. The coronavirus altered the remainder of the spring […]


‘Queen’ has a new kingdom

Most people on FAMU’s campus remember alumna Marquavia Smith by her nickname, “Queen.” And nowadays Queen has a new kingdom: New York City. “I’m so far from where I want to be, but I’m so happy with where I am now. I’m never settling though,” Smith said in a phone […]


County to continue funding COCA

Musicians, artists, actors, dancers, gardeners and many other creatives crammed the Leon County Commission meeting and two overflow rooms Tuesday to defend the Council on Culture and Arts (COCA). They were hoping that their efforts would motivate the commission to continue funding the non-profit organization for five more years, rather […]


Shoppers sorry to see Lucky’s Market closing

Lucky’s Market on West Tennessee Street is closing its doors on Feb. 12, as well as most of its other Florida stores. Only one out of 21 stores in Florida will remain open. Some Tallahassee residents are disappointed that the organic grocery store is closing after four years. “The reason […]

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City’s animal euthanization rate goes down

Thousands of animals are found in Tallahassee neighborhoods every year. Next, they are placed in the city’s Animal Service Center, hoping that this critical step will aid them in finding a new home. However, Tallahassee animal shelter officials say they need help increasing adoption rates and to limit the number […]