FAMU Students Push for Change

By: Blaine Tolison Email
By: Blaine Tolison Email

Greg James was the highlight speaker for a round table discussion Tuesday night at the University's pavilion. James served 13 years in prison for selling cocaine and spoke to students about making good choices. James says students need to be aware of how one decision can affect their life forever.

"This is a valuable time in their life. It's vital and they got to stay focused in the choices that they make. So that's why I'm always excited about every opportunity that I can have to speak." said James.

Student organizers of Tuesday night's round table discussion say they hope this will encourage students to always strive for the best.

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