Q&A with Ariyon Dailey, the editor-in-chief of Florida A&M University’s The Famuan Interview by Alexis Mason, Outreach and Operations Manager at the Student Press Law Center In honor of Black History Month, SPLC is celebrating the rich history of student journalism at historically Black colleges and universities by conducting a series of Q&A interviews with editor-in-chiefs… Continue reading HBCU newspaper editors tell us about their work and the significance of Black student journalists reporting Black news (Part 2— Florida A&M University The Famuan)
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Florida A&M student journalists and alumni outraged over university’s launch of a “real newspaper”
The university news site has been rebranded to serve as the "official source for FAMU news," even as the student paper's budget has been cut.
Former Famuan editor loses job after being forced to reapply by FAMU journalism dean
The former editor of Florida A&M University’s student newspaper was not rehired after he and the rest of the paper’s editors were forced to reapply for their positions.
Florida A&M student paper's publication suspended, adviser removed
The student newspaper at Florida A&M university has been suspended from publishing, its adviser removed and its staff told they must reapply for their positions by the dean of FAMU’s School of Journalism and Graphic Communication.