The Ingenious Passive Representation of DuVernay’s “A Wrinkle In Time”

By | Simone Williams   Disney’s “A Wrinkle In Time” premiered in theatres nationwide this passed Friday. The movie has already been called “imaginative,” “magical” and a “love letter to black girls.” Much black hype surrounding the release of this film was due to expectations that it continue the greatness that was “Black Panther.” Where […]

Get up and get out!

By|Destiny McIntosh According to the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, “Childhood obesity is a national epidemic. Nearly 1 in 3 children (ages 2-19) in the United States is overweight or obese, putting them at risk for serious health problems.” Many parents hear the words “obese” and “overweight” and began to panic but in fact the […]

Solar power options in Tallahassee

By| Destiny McIntosh Going green and reducing your carbon footprint one step at a time. The City of Tallahassee is now offering solar power for local residents. The city of Tallahassee is now offering more green friendly ways to help you and your family reduce your carbon trail. How it works, customers will receive all […]

She nailed it !

By|Destiny McIntosh   From the sunny south to the capital city, this young entrepreneur is creating a lane of her own and demolishing the industry along the way. Sydnee Freeman, 22, was like any normal college student. She loved the glitz and glam that came along with college life. After realizing her own talents and […]

FAMU Board of Trustees Meeting

By: Eboni Walker   On Wednesday, Florida A&M Board of Trustees held a meeting discussing financial plans, budget strategies, new projects, mental health plans, and security plans for the next fiscal year. One of the first topics on the agenda was the financial status of the school, “Another good, clean audit,” said official Amy Holmes. […]

Months later still no power

By| Destiny Mcintosh It has been months since devastation hit Puerto Rico, but almost three months later residents are still without power. Puerto Rico endured two mind blowing hurricanes one after another. First was Irma then Maria killing more than 1,000 people according to Time Magazine and leaving majority of the island without power. Reports […]

Trending: minimalism

By| Victoria Goodson Ever had that dying desire to live with fewer material possessions? If you do not own a television , radio, or even a car, this just may be the lifestyle for you. Sometimes a little less color says a lot more. Minimalism is a tool to express the emotions that you may […]

Coming of Age: In Conversation with SGA President-Elect David Jackson III

In 6th grade, David Jackson didn’t make the basketball team. “I got cut. Came back seventh grade, got cut. Came back eighth grade, got cut again,” Jackson reminisced chuckling through the sensitive memory. “So, now it’s time for high school and I said ‘You know, I’m not going to get cut this year.’ I worked […]

Wakulla Springs in trouble

Wakulla Springs, once known for its clear water and glass bottom boat tours, has become a target of improvement. The attraction once was just well loved by residents of Wakulla and surrounding cities. The attraction, however, became extremely popular worldwide after Tarzan’s Secret Treasure’ (1941) and Creature From The Black Lagoon (1953) were both filmed […]

Flu Epidemic

Words By| Brianna Hicks   Tallahassee faced its largest flu crisis in years. According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, (CDC) , the 2017-2018 flu season is already at an alarming rate with the pediatric flu death toll being at 20.This years flu season started early, producing cases of the virus in mid/late […]