By Janelle Floyd Senior Outlook Writer The 3-D printer buzzed in the background of the Making Awesome Studio at Railroad Square, as students learned how to make their own designs. Kenyon Bertelsen, 18-year-old class instructor, sat in front of the classroom with
By Diamond Hunt-Coleman Senior Outlook Writer Pretty soon there will be no reason for Tallahassee residents not to enjoy local businesses. This is all due to the new trolleys that were donated to the city this summer courtesy of the City of West Palm Beach. On
By Nadia Felder Outlook Writer Six panelists had more than 100 Florida A&M University students engaged, more than nearly any other campus-wide event could ever do. The Hip-Hop Diaspora Dialogue in the Foster Tanner Recital Hall on Aug. 3, was a discussion opened to both
By Mahoganie Reckley Outlook Writer No one could escape the blistering heat from the unforgiving Tallahassee sun at this year’s Hispanic festival program. But even that couldn’t stop people from coming out to enjoy the authentic food and music, while diving-in head first into each country’s culture.
By Travis Milton Outlook Writer One in every 6 adults and one in every 4 children of the Big Bend community are “food insecure,” meaning they struggle to have enough to eat. That means more than 98,900 people in our community are hungry. September is Hunger Action
By Freddie Allen NNPA Senior Washington Correspondent On Aug.25, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) opened the application process for the Apple HBCU Scholars program to help the most valuable company in the world identify the next generation of high-performing leaders of color in technology.
By Travis Milton Outlook Writer The Tallahassee Gentlemen’s Quarterly took place Aug. 29 on the campus of Florida A&M University. The Tallahassee Gentlemen’s Quarterly is a male youth conference for high school students in the Tallahassee community. This quarterly conference was started by Florida A&M’s 16th, and
By James Washington Special to the NNPA from The Dallas Weekly Let’s be real. How many people have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ? How about a personal relationship with the Almighty, or, perhaps a personal experience with the Holy Spirit? Many of us can acknowledge
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer Punting has become second-nature for Colby Blanton, who for the past two seasons has been in that role for FAMU’s special teams. But kicking field goals is something he’s getting used to for the first time since he handled
By Linda T. Fortenberry, Ph.D. Special to the Outlook The Bethel Missionary Baptist Church of Tallahassee,Fla., Rev. R.B. Holmes, Pastor, designated Sunday, Aug. 30, as “Miracle Hill Appreciation Sunday” during the 7:30 a.m. worship service. The worshippers were blessed with high praise from the dynamic