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 […]

Finding your Purpose

Words by: La’Kayra Larramore I doubt I am the only student who feels this but have you ever asked yourself why you are here. I am pretty sure you have wondered what your purpose is on this earth. Sadly, anytime someone brings up the topic of purpose, we shrug away in the corner in fear […]

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, […]

Self Care: Knowing When To Turn Down

Words by: Journey’s Online Editor, Qiyah Lanier Freshmen rack their brains about colored coordinated bathroom caddies and class schedules when prepping for college, however the most important aspect of Self-care is what most college students tend leave on the back burner. In order to stay sane here are some self-care tips to take care of […]

Being Vegan in 2017

Words by: Raven Gaines   Everyday more and more people are becoming vegans in today’s society. Different studies are showing Industrial animal Agriculture is one of the largest drivers for some pretty serious environmental issues. More than 20% of Americans are keeping meat off their plates. Kassidy Sharpe, a 21- year-old Majoring in Food Science […]