Duresny Nemorin


Location icon United States of America

Graduated from Florida A&M University School of Journalism and Graphic Communication. I have a niche for reporting on environmental issues and policies. I am multilingual and have voice over experience. My articles can be found in The Famuan (student media), HBCULifestyle.com and WFSU News 88.9 FM (a division of Florida Public Radio)


Florida Public Radio (WFSU 88.9 FM)

'Pickleball' Game Finds Popularity With Senior Sports Enthusiasts

Pickleball might sound like an odd word, but it is a new sport that many seniors citizens are playing to stay active and social. What is pickleball? It's a game for all ages involving paddles, a net and a wiffle ball. "It is a combination to me of tennis, ping pong and badminton sort of," says Barbra Cairns.

Mangum Holds FAMU Sustainablity Forum During Inauguration Week

As Florida A&M University inaugurates President Elmira Mangum this week, the school held a sustainability symposium Thursday to reflect one of her priorities. Professors and local officials joined students at the event on the FAMU campus. FAMU's first female president, Elmira Mangum, held the event to bring attention to two of her platforms, environmental justice and sustainability.

Bond Elementary Promotes Gardening Education

Local Tallahassee organizations are coming together to create and operate a class garden for Bond Elementary School fifth graders. Soon Bond Elementary School fifth graders will be elbow-deep in dirt. The students will be working with a local non-profit organization, college volunteers and their teacher to learn about science outside of the classroom.

Officials Say FAMU Way Project Will Solve Pollution, Flooding Problems

There's a narrow stream that runs alongside FAMU Way. But soon, that stream will no longer be visible. reports on the construction project that will move that stream underground while increasing water quality and creating a new park along the way. The City of Tallahassee is placing concrete box culverts into the St.

The Famuan (Florida A&M University student paper)

Terror of Tallahassee Creeping Soon

Local haunted house will be reopening their doors at a new location closer to Florida A&M University. The Terror of Tallahassee Haunted House is rising from the dead in its new venue located on Lake Bradford. The proposed opening night is Oct. 17.

SGA Hosts Special Allocation Workshop

On Wednesday the members of the Student Government Association and the Organization & Finances Committee came out to Perry Paige auditorium to inform students about how to apply for a special allocation, a process of asking SGA for money that is not already apart of their annual budget.

Graphic design students to create storm drain art

Students at Florida A&M are creating campaigns to promote awareness about storm water pollution on behalf of FAMU's Environmental Health & Safety Department. Students from fine arts professor Harris Wiltsher's Foundation of Design class will be painting murals on certain storm water drains around campus, using non-toxic Sherwin Williams's paint.

Stress before for the test:

Stress for college students might seem inevitable. According to a 2012 survey report from the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 73 percent of college students surveyed answered yes when asked if they had experienced a mental health crisis while in college.

Rattlers Take on \'The Amazing Race\' for HIV/AIDS Awareness

About a half a dozen student organizations participated Saturday in 'The Amazing Race,' to promote HIV/AIDS awareness on campus. "The Amazing Race," coordinated by Sharronda James and Weschester Junior of Students Against the Spread of HIV/AIDS, Access to Rapid Testing (SASHA-ARTs) and Yolanda Bogan, Ph.D.

Other Publications

Brazilian Exchange Students Gain HBCU Experience at FAMU

order ambien > adderall generic > click here Imagine leaving home for the first time to study in a foreign country where the people speak a completely different language. This is the story for 39 Brazilian exchange students at Florida A&M University.

You Capital Bureau
Unemployed worry about taking seasonal jobs

To work or not to work this holiday season? That is the question for some of the nearly 300,000 jobless Floridians who receive unemployment payments.

Your Capital Bureau
Florida's 'Nuclear Tax' extended to 2013

Thousands of Floridians have paid nearly $2 billion to two power companies since 2009. They want to know when they will see something for their money.

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