March marks the month of women

By| Brianna Hicks Women’s History Month is an annual celebration done in March. The celebration highlights contributions by women from history and in in the world today. 2018 is the year of the woman. The stars are all aligned and have directed the path for women to be great. Stuck in a period, where the […]

Beyonce tops charts

By| Brianna Hicks Top off was released in the past week, and as usual, Beyonce saved the song. Since her 2016 Lemonade album release, she has become the symbol of modern womanism. In every track she has been on since Lemonade, she mentions some womanist praise. She continued the trend in her verse on the […]

College or Naw?

By| Brianna Hicks For decades students have been faced with the decision to where they would further their education. College for some is a dream, but to some, it can be a burden-  financially, or they just do not have the desire to go. Some students feel as if not going to college is a […]

Sunshine all the time

By| Brianna Hicks Florida is one step closer to officially becoming the sunshine state. In the wake of influx pollen and seasonal allergies, Florida officials gave the green light for Florida to become a state that observes daylight saving time year-round. The bill was passed on Tuesday, with a 33-2 vote and is on its […]

Gas prices on the rise

By| Brianna Hicks Compared to this time last year, drivers have noticed the change in gas prices and are wondering why. Reported by GasBuddy, around this time two years ago, Florida drivers were paying on average $1.83/gallon. Jump to 2018 and drivers are paying $2.54/gallon, which is almost a 39 percent increase- in just two […]

Tree pollen season brings severe allergies

By| Daria Laycock An early dusting of pollen is causing allergies to flare in the North Florida area. Oak trees in conjunction with an unseasonably warm February triggered the the event. Heavy wind, like that from the nor’easter traveling the country’s east coast, exasperate allergies as the gusts allow pollen to travel more easily according […]

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 […]

The Never Again Movement continues to Evolve

By| Eboni Walker #NeverAgain was created by victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSDHS) in Parkland where a teen by the name of Nikolas Cruz fired gunshots at old schoolmates and teachers, killing 17 in total. According to officials, a student by the name of Cameron Kasky, invited friends over after a candlelight […]