Misconceptions of Omega Psi Phi

By| Ricardo Brown Manhood, scholarship, perseverance, and to uplift are the adopted cardinal principles of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. They have stood by these principles since being established in 1911 on the campus of Howard University. Unfortunately, on the campus of Florida A&M, there are those that don’t associate these men with their fundamental […]

Old Building, New Store

By| Lauren Coleman Dollar Tree comes months after Walgreens decided to close their doors on South Monroe. Dollar Tree looks forward to the new location as they bring in some economic development to the community. Greg Daniels, Store Manager of Dollar Tree on Apalachee Parkway, is looking forward to the new store. “I believe that […]

10th Annual Caribbean Week is Underway at The Florida Capitol

By | Ke’Neesha Weaver The 10th year Anniversary of Caribbean Day at the State Capitol took place Tuesday hosted by Senator Daphne Campbell. Sen. Campbell continues to uphold this tradition in aims to maintain the legacy that was established by former State Legislator Hazelle P. Rogers, honoring the many contributions of Caribbean-Americans. For the past ten […]

Be Aware

Be Aware By| Aliyah Glover     By| Aliyah Glover Last night, FAMU hosted the Jason Foundation Suicide Prevention seminar. The turnout was remarkable. People were standing along the walls of the Grand Ballroom. The audience was filled with members of other organizations around Tallahassee like Big Bend and Capital Regional Medical Center. “I was […]

Galimore Lanes Hosts “The Main Event”

Galimore Lanes Hosts “The Main Event” By | Nichelle Cobb Ratters joined together in fun and fellowship at the Galimore Lanes bowling tournament that was held on January 25th . The tournament was hosted by Efferson Student Union and Activities. Various campus organizations participated in the tournament for a chance to showcase their bowling skills. […]

How FAMU fights the flu 

How FAMU fights the flu Poster on the wall of FAMU student services visible upon the main entrance of the building.   By | Tajae Jones   “It’s not the flu, I just have a cold.” That’s usually how the misconception starts. At least this was the case for Regia Windom, a graduating senior at FAMU who recently discovered she had the flu.   “I was really tired […]

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation By | Nichelle Cobb On Friday, January 12th FAMU hosted its annual MLK convocation to Honor the life and legacy of the civil rights leader. From musical selections, speakers, to special presentations the program was a beautiful way to celebrate the life of Dr. King. This year’s speaker was […]