FSU changes its academic logo and saves the Seminole head for athletics

Doak Campbell Stadium, home of FSU Football, in Tallahassee, Florida, United States on February 15, 2020. Photo: C5 Media/Shutterstock.com Following a recent, subdued revamping, Florida State University’s buses, social media accounts, and website are all done out in a new logo. Going forward, the university’s identity will be centered around a straightforward design that prominently

Florida was ranked first by U.S. News & World Report, and ninth overall

Florida Welcomes You Sign – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Sean Pavone Sunshine State did fairly well in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 Best States rankings. Florida rose six points to the top slot for economy and maintained its top spot for education nationally for the second year in a row. Overall, the state

FSU finishes regular season undefeated after win against Florida

FSU football game – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Ruth Peterkin With just seven total yards and one drive in the opening fifteen minutes, Florida State had an awful first quarter. However, there are four of them in a football game, and in the end, FSU handled matters, winning 24–15 to cover the spread and

No. 4 Florida State wins their 16th straight game, 27–20, against Miami to stay on course for the CFP

Florida State Seminole fans celebrating touchdown – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Ruth Peterkin As the last seconds passed, Keon Coleman and many Florida State teammates sprinted across the field and began jumping into the seats. Fans crowded around Coleman on a wall, celebrating the Seminoles’ most recent victory. A 16-game winning streak. Playing in

With a victory over Clemson, FSU breaks the Death Valley drought

Florida State Seminoles (FSU) Carrying “Noles” Sign Across Football Field – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Tony Strong No. 3 Florida State made the trip to No. 23 Clemson on Saturday to perform an action it hadn’t taken in a decade. In Death Valley, triumph. It wasn’t a flawless game for the Seminoles against the

FSU upsets & beats Miami in historic ACC buzzer-beater comeback win

Donald Tucker Civic Center, home of the FSU basketball team Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Aiden James On Saturday night, FSU guard Matthew Cleveland made a last-second 3-pointer to defeat No. 13 Miami and secure the biggest comeback win in ACC history. Early in the second half, Florida State trailed Miami by 25 points but

DeSantis is considering doing away with AP courses completely. Here’s how it will affect Florida students

AP course textbooks – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Chris Worldwide The College Board’s new AP African American Studies course has drawn criticism from Florida’s Republican governor, who described it as brainwashing and lacking in educational merit. This week, Ron DeSantis went even further, proposing that the College Board, a nonprofit organization that manages the

Over 7,600 fake nursing diplomas in alleged wire fraud scheme were issued in Florida

Nursing – Nurse holding patient’s hand – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by sasirin pamai Following the discovery of an alleged conspiracy at three South Florida nursing schools by federal agents, thousands of currently employed nurses in the United States may be using phony academic qualifications. According to the Department of Justice, the now-closed institutions allegedly

Florida State Seminoles open as favorite against Miami in historic rivalry game

Florida State Seminoles Carrying “Noles” Sign Across Football Field – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Tony Strong It’s official, Miami vs. Florida State week is here.  As thousands of fans prepare to watch one of the biggest rivalries in college football history go head-to-head on Saturday evening, several sports followers have predicted that Florida State

All 8 Ivy League schools accept South Florida teen

Harvard University – Ivy League in Cambridge, MA – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Jorge Salcedo In an astonishing feat of academic excellence, a South Florida teen has been offered admission into all eight Ivy League schools in the nation, plus seven other universities. Last fall, Ashley Adirika of Florida applied to every Ivy League