Hola, ciao, cheers –words that students get to hear regularly when they study abroad. Whether it be in England, Italy, Spain, or Panama City studying abroad is an experience that no one will forget. … [Read more...] about First Year Abroad: Is It Right For You?
A local Tallahassee artist, Ray Benton is dedicated to his family roots and has a desperate itch to produce music that makes his fans want to have a good time. Last week was a big one for this artist … [Read more...] about Ray Benton: The “Saucy Papi” of Tallahassee
When residence halls close for spring break, FSU residents often make the long drive home, hit the beach, or spend the free week on an alternative break to fill the time between classes. It’s a … [Read more...] about “Some People Had No Options”: Students’ Spring Break Housing Insecurity
Prior to the Student Life Cinema Gaming Committee’s annual Noles Play for Child’s Play charity event, I had the opportunity to interview Joshua Miller, the main chair of the Gaming Committee and a … [Read more...] about Noles Play For Child’s Play: Gaming For A Good Cause
The Tallahassee independent music scene continues to grow and evolve as new bands come and go. One recent local staple has been Cat Family Records. As a local record label and art collective, Cat … [Read more...] about A Record Label For A Pawsitive Cause: An Interview With Cat Family Records’ Scott Bell
Florida’s District 2 Democratic Congressional candidate, Bob Rackleff, is leading an aggressive and progressive campaign against incumbent congressman Neal Dunn. Rackleff agreed to meet with Spire … [Read more...] about Politics and Policies: An Interview with Bob Rackleff