By Ronald W. Holmes, Ph.D. Vice President/ Education Editor Ethnic diversity is essential for college faculty members who can serve as role models for students of similar backgrounds. With a shortage of racial/ethnic minority faculty in the higher education settings, the critical questions to be asked are, “How can
By Christopher Lampley Outlook Writer September was Fall Prevention Month and Tallahassee Memorial Hospital commemorated the month with a fair held at the Senior Citizens center in downtown Tallahassee. Tallahassee Memorial Hospital (TMH) hosted the Fall Prevention Fair – a two-day event that highlighted need-to-know topics
By Christal Searcy Senior Outlook Staff Writer Forty leaders traveled on the “Road to Hope” bus tour to study ways of lifting neighborhoods from Sept. 25 – 27 to Bethel Missionary Baptist Church “Community of Hope.” The “Road to Hope” tour included tours of neighborhoods that
[subtitle]The White Dress Project Fights for National Fibroid Awareness Month [/subtitle] By Lyndia Grant Special to the Outlook from NNPA According to the National Institutes of Health, most American women will develop fibroids at some point in their lives. One study found that, by age 50, 70 percent
By Chaninn Ragland Outlook Writer One American dies by suicide every 12.95 minutes, according to the American Foundation for Suicide. To bring prevention and more awareness to suicide, Florida A&M University’s Army ROTC Battalion held its annual Suicide Prevention and Awareness Campus Walk/Run on Sept. 24.
By Chaninn Ragland Outlook Writer When you get a group of individuals who are open-minded, have eager hearts and the willingness to write and come together in one location you get Voices. Voices is the official spoken word poetry organization at Florida A&M that was founded
By Kwantisa Harris Outlook Writer The Florida Lottery hosted their 11th annual fun-filled Ice Cream Social Sept. 24 on Florida A & M University’s “The Set” in celebration of Bright Futures Scholarship recipients. Students and faculty waited in long lines for their chance to participate in the
By Travis Milton Outlook Writer On Sept. 24, the John G. Riley Center/Museum celebrated its annual donor and membership reception launching the Smokey Hollow Reunion Weekend 2015. This reception not only celebrated the many donors and members of the John G. Riley House Center/ Museum,