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The Florida A&M University-Bond Community Health Center COVID-19 Testing Site at Bragg Stadium will be closed Sunday due to inclement weather. [Read More]
Part of Trump's legacy may well be some change in how libel laws apply to communication giants like Facebook and Twitter. [Read More]
Historic push for conference realignment agreed upon by Committee... [Read More]
The decision of whether or not Florida A&M will depart the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and join the Southwestern Athletic Conference is now in the hands... [Read More]
Warning: Profanity is used. Chancellor Crump, 22, shares his feelings on the protests and violence happening across the country. [Read More]
After marching down Thomasville Road, a group of protesters pauses for rest and prayer, huddled in a Publix parking lot the afternoon of Tuesday, June... [Read More]
Tallahassee Community College Workforce Development is offering summer program opportunities for young people ages 12 and up. [Read More]
Inspired by an art teacher in South Korea, Clark prompted students and faculty to think like contemporary photographer Gregg Segal. [Read More]
The Florida A&M Board of Trustees is scheduled to host a meeting via Zoom on Wednesday at 2 p.m. with the athletics department to address... [Read More]
The Seven Hills Literary Contest and the Penumbra Poetry and Haiku contest will be open for submissions from June 1 to Aug. 31. [Read More]
Bright Star Kid Care took photos and videos of its 11 VPK graduates in lieu of traditional celebration this year. [Read More]
Septic systems can put nitrogen into groundwater, water bodies and sewage systems. [Read More]
According to the National Fire Protection Agency, approximately 9,600 home fires start with the use of a grill. July is the month with the most,... [Read More]
In the midst of Mental Health Month, COVID-19 has prompted a renewed focus on mental wellness, including how we experience and cope with today's widespread... [Read More]
"I am most proud of Atlanta Mayor and FAMU alumna Keisha Lance Bottoms and St. Paul Mayor and alumnus Melvin Carter." [Read More]
Recently, the Apalachee Audubon Society entered an agreement with the City to allow us to continue to enhance wildlife habitat around the lake. [Read More]
On May 18, Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Tallahassee launched a new Online Academy built for current and future students and families. [Read More]
Exercise also reduces levels of the body's stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol and that, too, may protect against illness. [Read More]
Common mullein It is a biennial, in that it will sprout and produce a basal tuft of robust leaves, and then do nothing until the... [Read More]
CRNA graduates have found themselves working long hours amid long weeks, fighting the virus. [Read More]
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