A report on Florida State University

Main entrance to Dodd Hall, built in 1925. Dodd Hall was the location of Florida State's library until 1956. Rendered in gold leaf, is the phrase "The half of knowledge is to know where to find knowledge."
Chemistry lab in 1900, at what was then known as the West Florida Seminary
Florida State College for Women, c. 1930
Student protest in Tallahassee – 1970
Rally at Westcott, February 13, 2008
Florida State University College of Medicine
Landis Green is located in the center of the main campus
A green space near Landis and Gilchrist residence halls, on the main campus. These oak trees were planted by students in 1932
The Mary B. Coburn Health and Wellness Center
James E. King Life Sciences Teaching & Research Center
The center of campus. Live Oak trees with hanging Spanish Moss are found everywhere on campus
The D'Alemberte Rotunda, part of the College of Law, is used to host special events and in the past has been used by the Florida Supreme Court to convene special sessions
Westcott Building – named for university benefactor and Florida Supreme Court Justice James D. Westcott III
Landis Hall dormitory, the traditional home of honors students since 1955.
Fountain on Landis Green
The Dunlap Student Success Center at Florida State University
The Robert M. Strozier Library
Dodd Hall
Ringling Museum of Art courtyard
The Hadron Calorimeter
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory building
FSU College of Engineering
It is traditional for students to be dunked in the Westcott fountain on special occasions
New Dorman & Deviney Halls complex, constructed 2015
Oglesby Union southern entrance
Zeta Beta Tau House
WFSU Public Broadcast Center
Florida State Seminoles Athletics logo
FSU's Chief Osceola on Renegade
Doak Campbell Stadium from Langford Green
Sir Harold Kroto, a Nobel Prize Laureate, Francis Eppes Professor of Chemistry, FSU
The Pearl Tyner House, located in the heart of the Florida State University Alumni Center
Rita Coolidge
Dr. Norman Thagard
Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx
Gov. Reubin Askew
Dr. Eric Barron
Deion Sanders, NFL Network Analyst
Rep. Jason Altmire
Lee Corso
Gov. Charlie Crist
Rep. Kathy Castor
Winston Scott
Sen. Mel Martinez
Sen. Kay Hagan
Jameis Winston, NFL Quarterback
LTG. Franklin Hagenbeck
Cheryl Hines
Burt Reynolds
Barry Jenkins
Jim Morrison
Gov. Parris Glendening
Writer & Director, Alan Ball
Christine Lahti
Susan H. Black
Scott Stapp
Andrew B. Bachelor, King Bach
Jake Owen
Nancy Kulp

Public research university in Tallahassee, Florida.

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Tallahassee, Florida

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Capital city of the U.S. state of Florida.

Capital city of the U.S. state of Florida.

The Mission San Luis de Apalachee as it may have appeared in the 17th century
A hand-colored photograph of Cascades Park in 1912
A reenactment of the 1865 Battle of Natural Bridge
Tallahassee in 1885
A view of both the historic and the current Florida State Capitols
Historic Grove Plantation, known officially as the Call/Collins House at The Grove. Territorial Governor Richard Keith Call built this antebellum plantation house c. 1840.
Downtown Tallahassee at night
Tallahassee experiences four seasons. Shown here are the autumn leaves along the sidewalks of Monroe Street in Downtown Tallahassee.
The Florida Supreme Court building
Tallahassee City Hall
The Leon County Courthouse
Leon High School
Lower School students at Maclay School celebrating Grandparents Day in 2008
The Westcott Plaza at Florida State University
Florida A&M University's Lee Hall Auditorium
The Hinson Administration Building at Tallahassee Community College
The old clock at the corner of Park Avenue and Monroe Street in Downtown Tallahassee
Railroad Square is a popular spot for students and residents of Tallahassee, especially on the first Friday of every month when all the galleries are open to the public.
FSU Marching Chiefs and Cheerleaders performing in a parade in Downtown Tallahassee
The Tallahassee Asian Festival
FSU's Doak Campbell Stadium
WFSU Building
A Tallahassee Police Department patrol car
A Leon County EMS vehicle
Maclay Gardens Reflection Pool
Tallahassee International Airport seen here as Tallahassee Regional Airport
A StarMetro vehicle
Interstate 10 at Capital Circle Northeast
Turlington Education Building as seen from the Civic Center
The Downtown Tallahassee Doubletree Hotel
Tennyson Condominiums as seen through a break in the downtown Federal Courthouse Square
Westminster Gardens, formerly the Georgia Bell Dickinson Apartments, in Downtown Tallahassee
Highpoint Center as seen from the Florida Capitol
The historic Exchange Bank Building, considered to be the city's first highrise building
The Korean War Memorial at Cascades Park facing the Florida Capitol
Union Bank, Florida's oldest surviving bank building
Florida's historic state capitol building built in 1845
Kleman Plaza in the heart of Downtown Tallahassee
The U.S. Federal Courthouse in Tallahassee
The Florida Korean War Memorial
The Florida Supreme Court Building
The Tallahassee-Leon County Visitors Center
Leroy Collins Leon County Public Library from Park Ave

With a student population exceeding 70,000, Tallahassee is a college town, home to Florida State University, ranked the nation's 18th-best public university by U.S. News & World Report; Florida A&M University, the fifth-largest historically black university by enrollment; and Tallahassee Community College, a large state college that serves mainly as a feeder school to Florida State and Florida A&M.

Florida State Seminoles

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Atlantic Coast Conference logo in Florida State's colors
Osceola and Renegade serve as the symbols of Florida State Athletics.
Mike Martin is the winningest coach in college baseball history.
Banners hanging at the Donald L. Tucker Center
Hall of Fame coach Bobby Bowden on the sideline
Florida State cheerleaders
Moore Center
Florida State Football Practice Fields
Bill Harkins Field
Doak Campbell Stadium
Donald L. Tucker Center
Seminole Golf Course
Seminole Softball Complex
Mcintosh Track and Field Building at Mike Long Track
Mike Martin Field at Dick Howser
Seminole Soccer Complex

The Florida State Seminoles are the athletic teams representing Florida State University located in Tallahassee, Florida.

The entrance to the stadium

Doak Campbell Stadium

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The entrance to the stadium
Aerial view of the dedication game during the inaugural season for FSU at Doak Campbell Stadium on October 7, 1950.
The Champions Club in the southern end zone
The scoreboard in the northern end zone
The Unconquered statue, located at the south entrance to the stadium
Bobby Bowden's Stained Glass window
Marching Chiefs Show
University Center
North end zone
Sidelines during a game
Pregame
Halftime
The field is named after former coach Bobby Bowden

Doak S. Campbell Stadium (in full Bobby Bowden Field at Doak S. Campbell Stadium), popularly known as "Doak", is a football stadium on the campus of Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.

Florida State Seminoles football

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Florida State College football in 1902
The inaugural Florida State University football team
Under Peterson, the Seminoles defeated the Gators for the first time.
Bowden is credited with Florida State's rise to prominence.
Coach Fisher led the Seminoles to the 2013 national title.
Florida State's 1993 and 1999 national championship trophies
Florida State's 2013 national championship trophy
ACC Title trophies
Bowden is the winningest coach in school history.
Doak Campbell Stadium
Florida State and Florida have played each year since 1958.
Florida State and Miami first met in 1951 and have played each year since 1966.
The Noles and Tigers compete for the Atlantic division title.
Deion Sanders is one of eleven Seminoles whose numbers have been honored.
The spear design has been used on FSU's helmets since 1976.
Osceola and Renegade were introduced in the 1978 season.
The Marching Chiefs were formed in 1949.
Florida State Football's Sod Cemetery is the final resting place for over 100 Sod Games.
The Biletnikoff Award is named in honor of FSU All-American Fred Biletnikoff.

The Florida State Seminoles football team represents Florida State University (variously Florida State or FSU) in the sport of American football.

Exterior view of venue (2019)

Donald L. Tucker Civic Center

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Exterior view of venue (2019)
Banners hanging at the arena

The Donald L. Tucker Civic Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena located on the Florida State University campus in Tallahassee, Florida, United States.

Atlantic Coast Conference

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Collegiate athletic conference located in the eastern United States.

Collegiate athletic conference located in the eastern United States.

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Commissioner John Swofford

Current members of the conference are Boston College, Clemson University, Duke University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Florida State University, North Carolina State University, Syracuse University, the University of Louisville, the University of Miami, the University of North Carolina, the University of Notre Dame, the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and Wake Forest University.

Bowden in 2007

Bobby Bowden

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American college football coach.

American college football coach.

Bowden in 2007
Bobby Bowden on the sidelines of the November 4, 2006, game against Virginia
Bowden in September 2010

Bowden coached the Florida State Seminoles of Florida State University (FSU) from 1976 to 2009 and is considered one of the greatest college football coaches of all time for his accomplishments with the Seminoles.

National MagLab At Night

National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

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National MagLab At Night
Diagram of the 45 Tesla hybrid magnet

The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (MagLab) is a facility at Florida State University, the University of Florida, and Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, that performs magnetic field research in physics, biology, bioengineering, chemistry, geochemistry, biochemistry.

Doak S. Campbell

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Doak Sheridan Campbell (born 1888, died 1973) was from 1941 to 1957 president of Florida State College for Women and its successor coeducational school, Florida State University.

Westcott Building

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Westcott Plaza
Westcott Fountain

The James D. Westcott Building is a historic building on the campus of The Florida State University in Tallahassee, in the U.S. state of Florida.