Adventure Guide to Tallahassee’s Surrounding Cities

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Jonah’s Fish & Grits Tallahassee is home to a wide variety of businesses, restaurants, shops, and community events that many residents take advantage of. However, we are all familiar with those days where we’re yearning for something new to see or do. Fortunately, Tallahassee has a few neighboring towns and cities that provide new and exciting experiences, all within driving … Continue reading Adventure Guide to Tallahassee’s Surrounding Cities

5 Ways to Pass Time at the Tallahassee Airport

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Tallahassee Government If you’re a student at Florida State University, you will likely end up at the Tallahassee International Airport at least once, either to fly home or to a spring break destination. I live far enough from Tallahassee to fly in and out of the airport a few times a year, and though the airport is small, I’ve found … Continue reading 5 Ways to Pass Time at the Tallahassee Airport

Wakulla Springs: A Local Record-Breaking Piece of Paradise

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Visit Wakulla Did you know that the largest and deepest freshwater spring is located just 15 miles south of Tallahassee? Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park is home to Wakulla Springs, which is home to the world’s record-breaking freshwater springs. Many years ago, organic sources of limestone carbonates began forming in the area where the springs are formed at the … Continue reading Wakulla Springs: A Local Record-Breaking Piece of Paradise

5 Things to Learn Over Summer Break When You’re in College

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Alyson McPhee Summer isn’t always fun for college students; it’s hard to be away from friends, and without classes and school events to fill time, summer days often feel long and lazy. But slow times during summer break are valuable; they are opportunities to learn and practice things that you simply don’t have time for while class is in session. … Continue reading 5 Things to Learn Over Summer Break When You’re in College