How to Watch the FSU-UM Game this Weekend

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Florida State University The age-old rivalry between the University of Miami and Florida State University football teams rages on for the 63rd year this Saturday, November 2, at 3:30 p.m. As the suspense builds to see who will win this week’s game, and tickets sell out for seats in Doak Campbell Stadium, a surprise has been announced. For this game, all … Continue reading How to Watch the FSU-UM Game this Weekend

Real Money Advice For College Students at FSU

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Sharon Mccutcheon Everyone has their own money-saving advice for college students: make your coffee at home., rent your textbooks, buy off-brand grocery items. But, some advice tends to focus on small savings tips, and rarely addresses how to set up a financial situation for stability post-graduation. Consider these tips and habits to decrease financial stress now and after college. Budgeting … Continue reading Real Money Advice For College Students at FSU

How FSU Students Can Use Handshake to Find a Job

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: The Florida State University Career Center I quit my first college job on the same day I started it. Struggling to find a job as a freshman at Florida State University, after applying for at least 30 jobs near campus, I finally got a call back from the same chain sandwich shop I worked at back home. The job was … Continue reading How FSU Students Can Use Handshake to Find a Job

Behind the Scenes of an FSU Student’s Side Hustle: Redbubble

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Lexie Pitzen While I was eating breakfast this morning, someone in the Netherlands bought a sticker from me. Getting the sale notification made my day; someone on the other side of the world liked my art—a retro-inspired “Nurture Nature” design—enough to pay for and display it. I never expected to make money off of designing stickers. When I was young, … Continue reading Behind the Scenes of an FSU Student’s Side Hustle: Redbubble

Tallahassee’s First Female Co-Working Space Kicks Off this Week

By Cristi McKee | Photo: wHERk On Monday, August 5, wHERk (pronounced “work”), Tallahassee’s first “coworking space and motivational community” for modern working women hosted their first of many events to inspire and assist Tallahassee women to grow or start their own businesses. Behind the organization is Verlonda Johnson, wHERk’s Chief Integrator Officer, and Anquilla Bellow, their Chief Visionary Officer. Mrs. Bellow has a Bachelor … Continue reading Tallahassee’s First Female Co-Working Space Kicks Off this Week

FSU First Year College Student Do’s and Don’ts

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Nathan Dumlao Rising freshmen in college: fall semester is almost here and if you were anything like me, I was feeling a little disoriented. Between buying all the necessities needed for a dorm room, setting up your class schedule, and mentally preparing for your first year as a college student, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Before you make the transition … Continue reading FSU First Year College Student Do’s and Don’ts

How a Coffee Lover Survived Freshman Year Without a Coffeemaker

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Timothy Barlin Before I showed up for orientation at Florida State University, after analyzing the campus map and quoting my Uber ride from the airport, there was a very important question I needed to answer: how do I get my coffee fix in Tallahassee? I love coffee, along with most of the adult population. I love the caffeine high almost … Continue reading How a Coffee Lover Survived Freshman Year Without a Coffeemaker