The Hottest 90s Trend to Ever Re-Emerge

Words By: La’Kayra Larramore According to Bazaar Fashion, the black choker has resurrected from the nineties. It has topped the 2016 trending charts and can be found being worn by everyone. This universal accessory could be seen on women frolicking down the street or women cat-walking down the red carpet. Its versatile capabilities are what […]

Male Fall Fashion 101

Words by: Rashad Stafford With Labor Day unofficially closing the summer season and starting the fall season, it’s time to put away those tanks, ripped shorts and your favorite pair of swimming trunks, in exchange for fall attire. Fall is the perfect season to analyze what’s already in your closet and using it to your […]

The Guide to Conscience Eating

Words by: Chelsea Stewart The demand for organic food is growing more than ever. People want to know what’s in their food and where it’s coming from. Overly processed foods have left people cautious of artificial sweeteners and colors, preservatives, and genetically modified organisms, often referred to as GMOs. GMOs are plants whose DNA has […]

The HBCU Perspective on the Press

Words by Chelsea Stewart According to a new Gallup report, students at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in the United States are more likely to support limits on the press’ rights to cover campus protests and expressed less trust in the media. The report, which was sponsored by the John S. and James L. […]

Florida’s Jazz & Blues Festival Rocks Tallahassee

Words by: Chelsea Stewart The first Florida Jazz & Blues Festival, aimed at celebrating and elevating a culture of live music, attracted jazz and blues lovers from all over at Tallahassee’s Cascades Park Sept. 24 and 25 weekend. The short weekend event’s headliners included the legendary Count Basie Orchestra, Rebirth Brass Band, Freddie Cole Quartet, […]

New Jersey Train Reported to Have Crashed

Words by: Rashad Stafford A New Jersey Transit crashed at a station during the early Thursday morning commute in Hoboken. According to a New Jersey Transit spokeswoman Jennifer Nelson, at least three people are dead as a result of the crash including one female law enforcement officer. As many as 100 others are injured, some […]

Local Superintendent Campaign Causes Controversy

Words by: Rashad Stafford Last week, Leon County Schools superintendent Jackie Pons, ran an ad accusing independent candidate, Rocky Hanna, of allegedly offering to pay for the abortion of his now 14-year-old daughter. The ad made reference to a paternity lawsuit against a former Leon High School teacher. Hanna’s ad visually featured Hanna’s daughter name. […]