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Photos from Howard vs FAMU Game Day 2010



The Howard vs FAMU game was nothing short of a full embarrassment (50-7) on the part of the HU football program. The Rattlers manhandled the Bison like Cosmo Kramer whooping kids in karate class. There were about equal parts of Howard fans and FAMU fans in the stands which makes everything more interesting. Meeting new other alumni is where it’s at.

The Day Party was a good round two. Cheap drinks, good music, and new people makes a great mix. For the second week in the row however the spot’s AC was insufficient. No matter this week, we took to the sidewalk! Thanks for coming out every one. We’ll see you in Atlanta and NJ for the classics this weekend.
-Be.

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FAMU Announces it’s 40 Under 40 Honorees


Florida A&M University is proud to announce the nominees that will be honored at the Young Alumni Awards: A 40/40 Celebration, Friday, October 29, in the Alfred L. Lawson, Jr. Multipurpose Center and Teaching Gymnasium. The gala is part of this year’s Homecoming celebration.

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Howard vs FAMU Game and DAY PARTY Sat. Sept 18

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Sports

OchoCinco Goes 100 #FAMU

“I got my marching 100 band warm up on, even Carson Palmer wants to be a Rattler” -Ocho Cinco

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Entertainment

Malcolm X’s view on HBCU’s

A short clip from an appearance by Malcolm X on a television show in Chicago called “City Desk” on March 17, 1963.

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FAMU College of Law is most diverse in the nation

The Florida A&M University (FAMU) College of Law was recognized by U.S. News & World Report for having the most diverse law school in the nation – for the second consecutive year.

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Campus Life

FAMU Alum Kick Off the Spring with a KickBall Game

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Tuskegee University to host HBCU President’s Symposium

On Wednesday, April 14, presidents from several Historically Black Colleges and Universities will participate in “The Presidents’ Symposium: The 21st Century Black College President.”