The F. Malcolm Cunningham, Sr. Bar Association awards scholarships to well-deserving third-year African American law students, scheduled to take the bar exam in July 2019.
FAMU College of Law student Brittanii Wade has been selected to participate in the three-day Environmental Justice Academy, where she will research concerns in Parramore…
I Got Next! The Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats officially owns the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Rattlers on all grass surfaces, turfs and fields. 45,372 fans at Camping World Stadium witnessed it. This makes six times the Wildcats have successfully defeated the Rattlers 39-19 in the annual Florida Classic. That’s half a dozen victories homies. Yes, […]
On March 30, 2015, a panel discussion on restoration of voting rights will be held at FAMU Law.
When the dust settled in historic Richard V. Moore Saturday afternoon, both Wildcats hoops teams were vigilant.
On Friday, an Orange County jury convicted a former Florida A & M University band member, Dante Martin, in the hazing death of drum major Robert Champion.
Unless you’ve been camped out on the moon for over 40 years, you realize the relationship between Bethune-Cookman University and Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University isn’t very cordial, right?
B-CU handily beat the Rattlers for the third consecutive time and clinched an automatic berth to the FCS playoffs next week.
Businessman Derrick Wallace, candidate in the race for Orange County Commission, District 6, and a FAMU alumni is pleased the Marching 100 has returned to the field, but believes the band’s past suspension must serve as a wake-up call and a lesson to students not only at FAMU, but universities and colleges across the country.