Solange in Michael Kors New Street-Style Campaign, The Walk

Words By: Lakayra Larramore Solange Knowles is loved for her bold, colorful style that always seems to make a statement. Largely renowned designer Michael Kors has also jumped on the Solange bandwagon and has decided to use her for his new street-style campaign, The Walk. “Solange is strong and passionate and not afraid to share […]

Netflix’s Luke Cage Series Explores Black Male Masculinity

Words By: Romani Poole The new Netflix series based on the Marvel power man, Luke Cage, has debuted and has raised some questions about the current state of black masculinity. When the first issue of Luke Cage came out in 1972, the creation of the “unapologetic black men” was described as the man comfortable in […]

New Tallahassee Center Helps Sexual Assault Victims

Words By: Courtney Mitchell The refuge house opened up its doors to their new center last Monday in the big bend area and has already been officially open for two months. SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Exam)  center is a shelter that aids those victims of domestic violence. SAFE provides medical services, counseling, and an interview […]

Elections Postponed for the Second Time

Words By: Kiara Whitehead The declaration of candidacy period for the Fall 2016 freshman and graduate elections has been postponed for the second time. The election was first set to begin on Sept. 6 and was then revised but again delayed. The Student Body Statutes state that declaration of candidacy is supposed to be held […]

Local Community Youth Organization Travel to Historical Sites in Louisiana

Words by: Courtney Mitchell 40 enthusiastic lamplighters residing in Tallahassee, Quincy and Wakulla attended their third annual year trip for the 500 Miles of Freedom College & Civil Rights tour this past summer where they visited historical sites in Baton Rouge, La., New Orleans, La. and Mobile, Al. The 500 Miles of Freedom College & […]