The Importance of Mental Health

By| Lauren Coleman What is mental health and why is it a taboo? According to Mentalhealth.gov, Mental health includes our emotional, psychological and social well-being. It also helps determine how we handle stress and make choices. Mental health has an impact on areas of our body that you would not think of as feeling physical […]

FAMU’S Career Center Strives for Excellence

By| Chambria Gordon The Florida A&M University Career and Professional Development Center has your back. They are a team of dedicated professionals with the goal of assisting FAMU students in their career development. Moreover, they provide career counseling that will prepare and provide opportunities for students to pursue meaningful careers in a variety of professional fields […]

Metz launches new rattler to-go app

By| Ki-Jana King Florida A&M’s prime dining service provider, Metz, has announced a new app that allows students and faculty to order food on-the-go and avoid long waits. The Rattler To-Go app, which launched in February, was designed specifically with students in mind. In a survey, taken last year, students expressed how the wait time […]

Discovery and Innovation on the horizon

By| Ricardo Brown The 9th annual Discovery On Parade was hosted at the Augustus B. Turnbull III Florida State’s Conference Center. This community event will provide a unique preview of new and exciting Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), Florida State University (FSU) and Tallahassee Community College (TCC) inventions, discoveries, and innovations making their way […]

Not Enough Parking on FAMU’s campus

By| Janai Moton When it comes to finding the perfect parking spot, its crucial to how you mornings or day will turn out. Imagine attending a University with over 9,000 students, and there is limited parking on campus. How does this make you feel? Angry? Frustrated? According to the Tallahassee Democrat, FAMU has experienced a […]

FAMU Freshmen/Transfer Survival Guide: 6 Tips to Help You Thrive During Your First Year on the Hill

Written by Journey Staff: Nathan Vinson & Brianna Hicks   Beginning college as freshmen or transfer student can be unsettling and scary at first, but when it’s all said and done, it’s worth every moment. College teaches hard life lessons, forcing you to take full responsibility for your actions, words, and yourself. It can be a […]