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Hungry for change.

As an ambassador at the Second Harvest Food Bank, senior David Butter is passionate about alleviating food insecurity on college campuses.

Nearly 100 students, alumni and guests gathered at Florida State University this weekend for a reunion to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Service Scholar Program.

Don't miss out on any of the programs and events offered by the Center for Leadership & Social Change, and find out about volunteer and related opportunities on campus and around the community.

Is water a human right?

That is just one of the profound questions asked at FSU’s annual With Words exhibit. With Words is a museum-style exhibit that aims to educate, inspire compassion, create meaningful conversations, and provide a call to action on multiple domestic and global social justice issues to members of the Florida State and Tallahassee community. The exhibit ends today at 5 p.m. and is focused on issues including the criminal justice system, gentrification, water crisis and social media.

The center fosters growth.

Senior Kirstin Nygaard can attest to that.

A safe space is not for comfort, but rather it is for people to sit down and have an open conversation about the uncomfortable topics.

This was among the ideas worth sharing presented at TEDx FSU on Friday. With a theme of "The Gray Area," the event showcased 13 performers and speakers that touched on a variety of subjects, including gender bias within STEM fields, classical music, entrepreneurship and embracing identity.

Don't miss out on any of the programs and events offered by the Center for Leadership & Social Change, and find out about volunteer and related opportunities on campus and around the community.

If you’re looking for someone who has dedicated their entire college career to learning and practicing leadership and service, look no further than Cecily Matthews.

Don't miss out on any of the programs and events offered by the Center for Leadership & Social Change, and find out about volunteer and related opportunities on campus and around the community.

To rectify the problems we face today, we need to begin to accept and know about our cultures, religions, and different persons. 

Nobel Peace Laureate Shirin Ebadi proposed this plan of action during her public talk on Friday at Florida State University’s Turnbull Conference Center to a full audience of students, staff, and fans.