FSU Has Strikingly Similar Attributes to… Hogwarts?

Article by Klatch December 11, 2011

If you go to FSU, at some time you will wonder if JK Rowling spent some time on Landis Green before she decided to whip out her pen and napkin at the little café in London to write Harry Potter. The similarities are so uncanny! After a solid amount of time at FSU, any student... MORE »

Article by Erin Elisa
October 14, 2011

For Better or Worse…

People say “it’s only a game.” Some may agree but it’s hard to hear when this was supposed to be “the year” for the Florida State Seminoles. Football season is one of the most fun, exhilarating, and emotional parts of college for students. Emotions are high on campus in the wake of our most recent... MORE »

Article by Klatch
October 10, 2011

English Teacher Walks Out On Class after a Bold Statement by a Student

The Williams Building on the East side of campus had an air of tension today after a literature teacher was seen storming out of the building screaming profanities left and right.  “I was just studying and all of a sudden some crazy bitch comes barreling down the hall and I’m like, what the hell man?!... MORE »

Article by Erin Elisa
October 5, 2011

Freshmen Finder

After being on campus and away from home for close to two months, freshmen at Florida State are becoming harder to identify. But don’t fear fellow Seminoles! Here are some things you can look for when picking one out around town. Or if you are a baby on campus, I included a few pointers for... MORE »

Article by Klatch
September 26, 2011

It’s Just Too Friggin Hot.

When one thinks of fall, they’ll automatically think of cool air, sweaters, and turning leaves to go along with football, Pumpkin Spice Lattes and another school year. However, this weird concept of “fall” hasn’t quite reached Tallahassee.  As September nears an end and the temperatures are steady in the 90’s, students are slowly starting to... MORE »

Article by Klatch
September 16, 2011

Tallahassee Man Sells First Born Son for FSU vs. Oklahoma Tickets

Dom Johnson, 37, of Tallahassee admitted to selling his first born son yesterday all for tickets to Saturday’s game against Oklahoma. Andrew Johnson, 8, was reportedly sold to a family in Wakulla County. “I’m gonna miss the little man,” says Johnson, “He really was a great kid”¦ but sacrifices are sacrifices I guess, and you... MORE »