Florida State University demonstrated its enduring strength during a year of remarkable tragedy and triumph, according to President John Thrasher, who presented his annual State of the University address to the Faculty Senate.
The Florida State University Women’s Soccer team celebrates its second-ever National Championship in front of a large crowd of supporters after returning home to Tallahassee.
Florida State University honors Sandy D’Alemberte during a ceremony commemorating the relocation of the “D’Alemberte Statue” from the College of Medicine to the College of Law.
The place where thousands of Florida State University students come to heal, recover and prosper now has a new name. FSU President John Thrasher and members from the Florida State community gathered for a dedication ceremony to formally establish The Mary B. Coburn Health and Wellness Center. For more visit news.fsu.edu
Florida State Economics and International Affairs major, Samantha Kunin, is a Rhodes Scholarship finalist. The scholarship offers students an opportunity to study at the University of Oxford.
Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture Arts Torchlight Program presents the newly restored high-definition 4k version of “The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress,” as well as a special presentation in celebration of Veterans Day and the 75th anniversary of World War II. The famed 1944 World War II documentary by renowned […]
Florida State University launches its new Civil Rights Institute with an inaugural event. The institute is an interdisciplinary endeavor created by the Office of the Provost, FSU Libraries, the Center for the Advancement of Human Rights, the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy, the College of Communication and Information and the College of Criminology […]
Resilience, hope and excitement were on full display as students returned to class at the FSU Panama City campus for the first time after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle earlier this month.
Two weeks ago, Florida State University student Molly King never thought she’d be 23 years old and homeless but that was before and the rest of the Florida Panhandle met the category 4-force winds of Hurricane Michael. King, like most people in the area, is now adjusting to a new way of life.