Author: D’Aundre Marion


Smoking Ban has Floridians Stunned

The days of smoking in cars while in the presence of minors are about to end in Florida. Starting March 3, congress is looking to vote on a bill that will ban smoking while driving in the car with minors. If a person is driving with minors 13 years old […]


Black history month in the Providence Community

Monday night, Delta Kappa Omega Providence Community Center hosted their second annual Black History Month event. The center was named  for  its location in the center of the Providence Community on Lake Bradford Street.   The event started with the soulful singing of the black national anthem. The walls were […]


Amelia Island the Most Romantic Place in Florida

Kelly Seashore Ranch by Dominique Moody     Valentine’s Day usually consist of the following: hectic roads, congested highways and crowded restaurants which requires most to wait over an hour to be seated. It’s the same routine year after year but this year I wanted something different. Us girls […]


Florida A&M Entrepreneurs Juggling Business and School

Running a business is the last thing on most college students' minds, but for a select others studying and running a business becomes a daily routine. Shawn “Tila” Nelson, 22, a Miami native, is making her way through as a senior public relations student at the Florida A&M University in […]


Oregon Swears in First Openly Bisexual Governor

Kate Brown made history for the Oregon and LGBT community after being sworn in as the first openly bisexual governor in the country. The ceremony took place Wednesday afternoon in Oregon’s Capitol with Brown’s family by her side, while she took an oath of office. Brown is replacing fellow Democrat […]


Enhancing Multicultural Communication at the Civic Center

The Hispanic and Latino Media and Marketing International Conference took place Feb. 19-21 at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center. The event was hosted by the College of Communication and Information Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication at Florida State University. The conference aims to develop and provide better ways to […]


NCNW Takes a “Silent Journey”

Five women stood in the cold for approximately an hour around the eternal flame Friday afternoon. The women each held a paper with a quote and were not allowed to speak. They were members of the National Council of Negro Women playing a part of the Silent Journey. “Our Silent […]


FAMU TCC Advising Day a Success

Florida A&M University hosted its annual Advising Day at Tallahassee Community College in the Student Union Ballroom. Students gathered to learn more information on programs being offered at the university. Kyle Eidahl, Ph.D, has participated in numerous advising days. He knows the importance of recruiting from community colleges. “We should […]


Office of Graduate Studies Holds “Boot Camp”

For the second year in a row, The FAMU Office of Graduate Studies and Research hosted a Thesis and Dissertation Boot Camp in the School of Architecture and Engineering Technology building. It was a two-day event that began on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015 at 8 a.m. and ended Saturday, Feb. […]