President Obama Speaks at the Debut of The National Museum of African-American History and Culture

Words By: Kirra Martin The monumental grand opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture commenced this weekend in Washington, D.C at the National Mall with live footage, courtesy of the White House. The grand opening was followed by a Dedication Ceremony and a Freedom Sounds Festival, according to the museum’s […]

Florida State Last Call For Fall

  Words By: Chantal Gainous Capital 6 was the local opening act for the Florida State Last Call for Fall concert on Sun. August 28, which featured an all rapper line up. Capital 6 is a major hip hop collective on FAMU’s campus, and is composed of Crimson, Intricate, Rob Ohtis, Donny Blot, and their DJ Nove. […]

FAMU Students Attend New York Fashion Week

Words by: Amanda Jean-Mary Photo Credit: James Rozier Florida A&M University’s School of Journalism and Graphic Communication (SJGC) sent three of its students to New York Fashion Week (NYFW) in New York City. Dean Ann Wead Kimbrough chose three journalism students, Steven Bryd-Pitts, Alexis Lockheart and James Rozier to represent FAMU in New York City […]

The Biggest Artist in the Whole World

Words and Photography by: Chantal Gainous The Moon hosted the Tory Lanez I Told You Tour stop Sunday, Sept. 18. Tory Lanez is best known for several hit singles including “Say It,” “Luv,” and most recently for remixing Drake’s catchy single “Controlla.” Although early morning Monday classes were threatening the end of a weekend, that […]