Contaminated Aquifer Water should not affect Tallahassee, Officials Say

Words by: Kayla Parker Tallahassee’s drinking water will likely remain clean, according to health officials, after a major contamination in one of Florida’s main underground sources of drinking water.   Tallahassee is one of the many cities that rely on the Floridian Aquifer System for groundwater which is located in central Florida. In August, a […]

Tallahassee Gem Bradfordville Blues Club in a Crisis

Words By: Jon-Michael Francis Hidden on the north side of Tallahassee, tucked away in the red clay hills and covered by majestic oak trees, lies one of Tallahassee’s most hidden gems: The Bradfordville Blues Club. Offering an experience unlike any other, people have flocked here for years to see the best in live blues music, […]

Caribbean Student Association Turns Up in Lee Hall

Words By: Amanda Jean-Mary The Caribbean Student Association ended a concert on a lively note Thursday night in Lee Hall. CSA was one of the final acts for the African Caribbean Concert sponsored by the Department of Visual Arts, Humanities, & Theatre in the College of Social Sciences, Arts, & Humanities at Florida A&M University […]

Communities throughout Leon County come together at the Longest Table

Words By: Anjelicia Bruton Leon County residents mingled with city officials and people from various backgrounds who live throughout the Big Bend Area at the Longest Table event on Oct. 9th   The Longest Table was introduced last Fall in the middle of Park Avenue to accommodate about 300 people. The city of Tallahassee/Leon County […]

FAMU Alumni Spearheads Web Series on HBCU Graduates Succeeding in New York City

Words By: Alexis Lockhart Executive producer and Florida A&M University alumnus Randolph Sturrup and NBC’s Al Roker have created the hit web series known as “The Graduates NYC” which airs every Saturday on ASPiRE television. The web series portrays six historically black college or university (HBCU) graduates as aspiring artists, moguls, entrepreneurs and executives being successful […]

Black Girl Magic Superstar Siblings Tackle Art Activism

Words by: Leondra Santil “For us, this sh*t is for us.” From her song F.U.B.U in her third album, A Seat At The Table, Solange established her first number one as one for the people. With a subject focused on being black in America and the emotions attached to this identity, Solange’s personal reality speaks to […]

Student Senate Votes to Impeach Junior Senator Patricia Brathwaite

Words By: Kiara Whitehead At the Nov. 7th meeting of the 46th Student Senate a vote to impeach Junior Senator Patricia Brathwaite was taken. The Senate’s Judicial and Rules Committee (JRC) unanimously recommended that Graduate Senator Marquise Miller’s motion to impeach Braithwaite be accepted. McMiller, in a Nov. 2 letter to the JRC, outlined a […]