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Student frustration builds over campus parking

On Monday, 20 parking spots were barricaded off in the Leroy Collins Garage for hours, causing one ramp to become exit only, which led to long lines of frustrated drivers. ORACLE PHOTO/JACKIE BENITEZ Each year, the first week of classes has students stressed over not only the impending school year, […]

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USF, Bay area honor the victims of the Pulse shooting

Multiple vigils were organized around the Bay area in response to the Pulse shooting. At USF, students, faculty and staff signed a banner that read #USFLovesOrlando. In Ybor City, those gathered lit candles to remember those who passed. ORACLE PHOTOS/JACOB HOAG AND JACKIE BENITEZ One by one, 159 carnations were […]

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USF, Bay area honor the victims of the Pulse shooting

Multiple vigils were organized around the Bay area in response to the Pulse shooting. At USF, students, faculty and staff signed a banner that read #USFLovesOrlando. In Ybor City, those gathered lit candles to remember those who passed. ORACLE PHOTOS/JACOB HOAG AND JACKIE BENITEZ  One by one, 159 carnations were […]

Opinion

EDITORIAL: Mass comm’s revolving door

Samuel Bradley, the director of USF’s Zimmerman School of Advertising and Mass Communications, was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday after a report surfaced detailing his inappropriate relationships with multiple students at his last job. While working at Texas Tech University from 2006 to 2013, Bradley was the subject of […]

Sports

USF men’s basketball grinds out win over Memphis

Coach Orlando Antigua's team was able to earn the win on his 43rd birthday. ORACLE PHOTO/CHUCK MULLER In what has been a tumultuous and injury-plagued campaign for the Bulls this season, head coach Orlando Antigua received a highly sought-after gift Saturday for his 43rd birthday. A home win. The Bulls […]

Sports

USF baseball’s bats stymied in 4-0 shutout

Coach Mark Kingston isn't worried after a 4-0 loss to Liberty. His team showed its fight in a 11-10 walk-off win on Friday and look to get it back in the final game of the series on Sunday. ORACLE FILE PHOTO/ADAM MATHIEU After winning a walk-off 11-10 slugfest in their […]

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Four things to watch from USF in this week’s AAC tournament

USF senior forward Olivia Chance was a unanimous first-team All-Conference selection after finishing with a team-high eight goals and eight assists in the regular season. ORACLE PHOTO/ADAM MATHIEU The second-seeded USF women’s soccer team heads to Dallas tonight for its first-round match against Memphis in the American Athletic Conference championship […]

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MyUSF gets a makeover

The new MyUSF service will be available for use by faculty, staff and students Wednesday after several months of development.  This change will introduce the third look for the MyUSF website in about as many years. The third iteration will bring the site “more in line with the university brand,” […]

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Student hit by car while crossing 50th

A USF student was hit by a car while crossing 50th street near campus Thursday, according to Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO). HCSO reported 19-year-old Elizabeth Courtney was crossing 50th at Sun Ridge Palms Drive within the crosswalk when a silver Nissan Altima traveling southbound at approximately 7:54 a.m. hit […]

Focal Points

Comics to get new fans farther

SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE Recently, comic mega giants Marvel and DC Comics released their respective cinematic schemes until 2020. Several veterans of the silver screen are returning, but a few lesser-known heroes, such as Cyborg and Ant-Man, are slated to make their big screen debuts. While films do a great […]