It’s 7:42 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 3 and I’ve been staring at a blank Word document for several hours. Blank, not because I don’t have anything to say, but because I cannot figure out where to start. How can I encapsulate my time at Florida A&M University into a 600-word article?
It’s only been four months since gunshots rang out from a party near Gamble and Perry streets during Florida A&M University’s homecoming that claimed the life of 20-year-old construction engineering student Quinton Langford and injured his friend, 20-year-old business administration student Landsay Elisson.
For nearly a year, the question of who is leading Florida A&M University’s Student Government Association has been in question. And just when it seemed to be resolved on Jan. 11 – after Justin Bruno and Devin Harrison were sworn in as SGA president and vice president – the student senate held an emergency meeting to reverse the decision.