VIRES is the official publication of the Florida State University Alumni Association. It is distributed twice a year to all Alumni Association members.
Latest issue of Vires.
Written for both scientists and science fans, fields magazine is about the very cool things researchers discover about our world using high-field magnets. The magazine, available for free in print and online, comes out several times a year and is produced at National MagLab with the support of scientists around the world.
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FSU MED highlights some of the major academic and research endeavors at the College of Medicine. The magazine also seeks to educate and interest readers about what makes FSU's College of Medicine unique.
Latest issue of FSU MED.
Florida State Law
Florida State Law is a magazine for alumni of the College of Law. It is published twice a year and highlights the achievements of alumni, faculty members and students.
Latest issue of Florida State Law.
The Torch is an annual publication created by the College of Education that features accomplishments, news and feature stories of its alumni, faculty, staff and students.
Latest issue of The Torch.
For 50 years — or at least 50 volumes, however they are defined — Florida State University’s employee newsletter was State: The Faculty-Staff Bulletin of Florida State University.
Click here for the State archive.
Florida State Times
After 16 years, 93 issues and thousands of stories about the successes of The Florida State University and its alumni, faculty and students, the Florida State Times has been retired. The February-March 2011 issue was the final one.
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FSU Headlines was a half-hour public affairs program airing throughout the state of Florida on several broadcast stations for more than two decades. FSU Headlines television was also available on demand via Florida State University's official Youtube channel and on news.fsu.edu during the shows run. FSU Headlines was a production of the Florida State University Office of University Communications.
FSU Headlines archive.