The return of Nicki Minaj

By| Destiny McIntosh The generous queen Nicki Minaj is back after months of a hitatus and has finally dropped two tracks Chun-Li and Barbie Tingz but was the wait really worth it? Minaj maybe should have took more time away and tried again with the two hits. It could have been bad timing for rapper […]

Wakulla Springs in trouble

Wakulla Springs, once known for its clear water and glass bottom boat tours, has become a target of improvement. The attraction once was just well loved by residents of Wakulla and surrounding cities. The attraction, however, became extremely popular worldwide after Tarzan’s Secret Treasure’ (1941) and Creature From The Black Lagoon (1953) were both filmed […]

Flu Epidemic

Words By| Brianna Hicks   Tallahassee faced its largest flu crisis in years. According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, (CDC) , the 2017-2018 flu season is already at an alarming rate with the pediatric flu death toll being at 20.This years flu season started early, producing cases of the virus in mid/late […]

How to conquer pollen season

Words By: Lakayra Larramore The season is finally here…pollen season that is, of course. For some, the spring is a glorious time. A time to go out for walks and play in the garden. However, for many, this is the season for watery eyes, stuffy noses, and pollen allergies. Many Floridians suffer from pollen allergies, […]

Are Tallahassee New Developments Unequal?

By| Eboni Walker   There are not too many places you can go in Tallahassee without seeing some sort of construction site or “coming soon” sign. Florida’s capital has more than 100 new development projects currently in the works. This construction has been dominating the popular streets of Tallahassee for the past year with entities […]

Taking the Law in Your Own Hands

By| Lauren Coleman   People from all over the state of Florida and a handful from Georgia came to Tallahassee a for pro-second amendment rally to protest some parts of the proposal SB 7026. “CS/SB 7026: Public Safety; Citing this act as the “Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act” that each sheriff may […]

Gunning for change

By| Christina Hunter There have been 18 shootings since 2018 began. For students who survived the Parkland Massacre, it ends with them. Valentine’s day, which was supposed to be a day to spread love, was instead replaced with hatred in the form of an assault rifle. Nicholas Cruz, a former student at Stoneman Douglas High […]

More than Just a Step Show

By| Lauren Coleman   Ballinger Productions and Entertainment is a three-year production company that is known for “The Stompdown.” BPE puts together other events such as stage plays, acting events, film festivals and other events. The founder of BPE, Djuan Ballinger, has been event planning for over 10 years but officially put together his company […]

Pollution in Wakulla Springs

By| Brianna Hicks Wakulla Springs, once known for its clear water and glass bottom boat tours, has become a target of improvement. The attraction was once well loved by residents of Wakulla and surrounding cities. The attraction, however, became extremely popular internationally after Tarzan’s Secret Treasure, released in 1941, and Creature From The Black Lagoon, […]