Author: Zia Bradley


Is more technology in classrooms really a good thing?

New technology is being placed in schools around the nation to enhance school performances. Traditional chalkboards are the thing of the past and are starting to be replaced by smart boards that allow you to use touch detection for user input. Marquise Parker, first year teacher at San Mateo Elementary […]


FAMU’s Royal Court to be Crowned Sunday

Imir Hall and Anquinette Taylor will be crowned at Florida A&M University’s 109th coronation Sunday, at 7 p.m. in FAMU's Lee Hall Auditorium. FAMU students, alumni, faculty and members of the Tallahassee community will be in attendance to honor Mr. and Miss FAMU. The ceremony will feature appearances from kings […]


Virtual Field Trips Introduced by Google

Google just launched a new program called Google Expeditions. Expeditions is a virtual reality platform, built to allow teachers to take their students anywhere around the world, via virtual headset. Starting with more than 100 journeys for teachers and students to go on, Expedition is a pioneer program to immerse […]


Road Detours on Rattlers Home Opener

Wahnish Way closed due to construction Rattler fans should expect road delays on thier way to Florida A&M’s home opener against Tennessee State Saturday due to construction on part of Wahnish Way. Construction crews began working on the roundabout located on FAMU Way and Eugenia Street on Tuesday. The FAMU Way project […]


Apple Set to Release New iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

Apple released its new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in stores worldwide Friday morning. Apple consumers of all ages were ready to get their highly anticipated new Apple device at the AT&T store in Tallahassee. Customers were lined up outside of  the AT&T before 8 a.m. for the release […]


Recent Decline in Sneaker Sales

Courtesy of Zia Bradley After the Jordan Brand announced last year that it was going to increase the price of Air Jordan’s in order to remaster them and get them back to their original quality, there was a noticeable decline in sneaker sales. It isn’t just a decline in Jordan […]


Music Industry Takes a Hit

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry recently released new figures indicating global revenue hit another low last year, falling below the $15 billion threshold in 2014 for the first time in recent history, according to Quartz’s digital news outlet. With the emergence of music streaming services such as Pandora, […]


New Tallahassee Apartments Open for Students

Onyx luxury student apartments, located on 444 W College Avenue, is a new modern style of student housing that is currently under construction in preparation for its Fall 2015 debut. The Onyx will feature a luxurious six stories, five for student living and a ground floor for retail on College […]


Macomb Street Expected to Have Nightly Lane Closures

Contractors began renovating the water, sewer and storm drains on Macomb Street March 3.. These enhancements are coming just in time for the August grand opening of the new six-story Tallahassee apartment complex, The Onyx. The Onyx residential retail complex project, according to the Tallahassee Democrat, cost $44 million, including […]