Author: Jared Sellick, COLUMNIST


Still looking to bounce back

After two losses, USF (0-2) will be looking for its first win of the season Saturday at Raymond James Stadium against South Carolina State. Although the Bulldogs (2-0) are an FCS team, they shouldn’t be underestimated. South Carolina State has two sizable wins under its belt — a 28-13 win […]


Consolidation plans demand ‘a desire for clarity’

Most consolidation details are still yet to be known, however, USF President Steve Currall started the discussion in establishing the organizational structure for USF as a single-accredited university at the Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday morning.   Currall shared with the room of mostly faculty, staff and trustees his plans […]


BullSync unveils new platform

Home to more than 600 clubs and student organizations on campus, BullSync debuted its new platform, offering a more modern and accessible website to students.  The change in platform is due to the merging of collegiate link and OrgSync, two national competitors for student engagement platforms. Campus Labs, the parent […]


NOTEBOOK: Viens messes with Texas

No matter how good a weekend you had, it probably wasn’t as good as the one Evelyne Viens had in San Antonio. The Bulls’ senior striker scored five goals: a double brace during the Bulls’ 5-1 win against Rice on Friday and a 76th minute insurance goal during No. 17 […]