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October 2010Vol. 1 No. 3
A publication for Florida A&M University faculty, staff, alumni and supporters  

FAMU cuts ribbon and breaks ground
FAMU broke ground for its $40.5 million Pharmacy Phase II building and had a ribbon cutting ceremony for its $16 million remodeled and renovated Tucker Hall.
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FAMU announces honorees for the 'Young Alumni Awards'
Florida A&M University will honor 40 alumni at its inaugural Young Alumni Awards: A 40/40 Celebration, Friday, October 29, in the Alfred L. Lawson Jr. Multipurpose Center and Teaching Gymnasium.   Full Story

Jackson one of top authors at FAMU
Highlighting Research at FAMU

Dr. David Jackson Jr. is one of Florida A&M University's most published professors.

Jackson, is a professor of history and chair of the Department of History, Political Science, Public Administration, Geography...   Full Story

The FAMU community to participate in Health Day
Rattler students, faculty and staff are invited to the Annual FAMU Health Day on Thursday, October 28.

The program is scheduled to begin at  10 a.m. at the FAMU Park and is a part of the annual Homecoming activities.   Full Story
Homecoming parade highlights Rattler Spirit
The parade will begin in Frenchtown at the intersection of Macomb and Georgia Street (Staging Area). Participants in the parade will travel South on Macomb to Tennessee; East on Tennessee to Monroe; and South on Monroe to Gaines.
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Mr. & Miss FAMU have big plans
Florida A&M University Mr. FAMU Joseph Agboola and Miss FAMU Kindall Johnson plan to hit the ground running, bringing positive change to campus life.

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The Essential Theatre's 2010-2011 schedule
Told in their own words, six Americans with vastly different ethnic, religious and educational backgrounds share stories of their sentences on death row for crimes they did not commit. As an evening of theatre that has the potential to change lives, the politics is exemplary, and the stories harrowing and uplifting.  Full Story

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