Author: Leda Alvim, MULTIMEDIA EDITOR

Sports

OPINION: USF-Georgia Tech Takeaways

ATLANTA  — USF’s (0-2, 0-0 AAC) 14-10 loss against Georgia Tech (1-1, 0-1 ACC) on Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium looked like an actual game, a stark contrast from last week’s blowout to Wisconsin. Despite the close final score, the diagnosis for the loss was a disorganized offense. The offensive line […]

News

Homecoming Concert on a budget

Homecoming is right around the corner, which means students can start looking forward to events such as the Stampede Comedy Show, Homecoming Ball, the USF-BYU football game and of course, the Homecoming Concert. The concert will be held Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. in the Yuengling Center and for the […]

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Students unconcerned about protecting their social media

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody joined the bipartisan investigation looking into the troubling habits of social media giant, Facebook, from not protecting consumer data to their practices meant to uphold their monopoly. Florida is one of six states currently investigating Facebook for potential antitrust violations. This probe is occurring after […]

Opinion

Another parking garage is not the answer  

At the start of each semester, especially in the fall, USF students take to social media for a time-honored tradition: airing their grievances about parking. Anecdotes are abound of students and faculty searching for ten, fifteen or thirty minutes at a time for an open spot. USF students deserve a […]

Sports

So close, yet so far: Bulls’ losing streak up to 8

ATLANTA — It was so close you could practically hear Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” playing during USF’s 14-10 loss Saturday against Georgia Tech at Bobby Dodd Stadium. “Knock, knock, knockin’ on Heaven’s door.” Although in this case, “Heaven” was Georgia Tech’s end zone. With the Yellow Jackets (1-1, […]

Sports

USF-Georgia Tech halftime thoughts

ATLANTA — USF football trails Georgia Tech 14-3 at halftime. Compared with last week’s slaughtering at the hands of Wisconsin, things are looking much brighter. That’s the good news. The bad news is it feels like — at least at the break — that this won’t be the end of […]

Focal Points

Bulls Chronicle: Ericka Torres

Ericka Torres, a junior majoring in international studies with a minor in criminology, has taken an interest in gun control policy after a horrific event that occurred during her freshman year at USF. Hearing that so many of her loved ones were affected by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas (MSD) shooting […]

News

‘Nowhere to go, nowhere to turn’

Hurricane Dorian’s strength caused the university to close Tuesday, Sept. 3, and many students had to return to their hometowns to help prepare or remain in Tampa away from the storm’s path. The storm ripped through the Bahamas on Sunday as a Category 5, killing nearly 20 people. The hurricane […]