The Hustle And Bustle of the A3C

Words and Photos  By: Chantal Gainous Student artists, producers, journalists, photographers and videographers from across the U.S. convened at the 2016 All Three Coasts Networking Hip Hop Conference and Music Festival, shortened simply to the A3C, this past week. From Wednesday, Oct. 5 to Friday, Oct. 9, the multi-talented learned the art and hustle of […]

Hurricane Matthew Leaves Haiti Devastated and in Need of Aid

Words By: Aliyah Weems More than a week after Hurricane Matthew ripped through Haiti, the death toll continues to rise, as millions of people are without food, shelter and aid, and the nation’s infrastructure remains devastated. Joseph Edgard Celestin, a spokesman for Haiti’s Civil Protection Service, has reported that at least 336 people have died […]

Tallahassee Mourns the Death of MMA fighter

Words by: Chelsea Stewart UFC fighter Josh Samman died Wednesday, two days after he was found unconscious in his apartment, the Broward County Medical office confirmed to  USA TODAY Sports. Samman was 28 and a native of Tallahassee. “This is just brutal. Such a talented guy. Rest In Peace Josh,” Stipe Miocic, a UFC heavyweight champion, […]

FAMU Doctoral Candidate named HBCU All-Star by White House

Words By: Chelsea Stewart The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities has selected a Florida A&M University doctoral candidate as a 2016 HBCU All-Star. Terrance McNeil was selected amongst 73 students out of 300 from 24 states, the District of Columbia, Nigeria, Ghana, and the Virgin Islands. The students were also selected […]

FAMU Student Will Honor Family at ALS Walk in Tallahassee

Words By: Rashad Stafford The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association will be hosting their Tallahassee “Walk to Defeat ALS” on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at Cascades Park. Aleia Asbey, a senior occupational therapy student, plans to honor her family during the walk. This walk is more than a walk for Asbey and her family. They […]

Millennials and Their Money

Words By: Kirra Martin The struggle is real for millennials, from the rising cost of college tuition, lack of financial literacy to the amount of student loan debt, millennials are facing many financial difficulties. According to a 2014 study by The Council of Economic Advisors conducted by the White House, student loan debt is increasing. […]