Author: Justin Mbuyamba, Correspondent


USF working to discover and uncover century-old grave sites

Back from the dead, forgotten individuals are now being remembered after more than a century.   USF is working with the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) to uncover forgotten burial grounds in Tampa Bay.  FPAN is a state-supported organization. According to its website, they are “dedicated to the protection of cultural […]


Inclusion at the forefront of Values Celebration Week

The Center for Student Involvement (CSI) is hosting its annual Values Celebration Week to create conversations and reflect on values within the USF community.  Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life Eddie Labid said this is a weeklong event focused on highlighting the values that shape students’ actions. With locations of […]


NOTEBOOK: Bulls fall to UConn

Despite improved shooting in the second half, USF women’s basketball (18-12, 10-6) fell to No. 5 UConn (16-3, 16-0) on the road 80-39 in the final game of the regular season Monday at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut. USF couldn’t buy a basket in the opening quarter, going 3-of-15. […]


More than just a single strikeout

It was only one at-bat in a nonconference game against a team from the Southland Conference. It was only three pitches. It was also so much more than that. After struggling to find any offense through the first five innings against Texas A&M Corpus Christi on Friday afternoon, USF put […]


Bulls gearing up to make the most of nationals

For the second year in a row, USF’s club hockey team is heading to the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) nationals in Dallas. That’s an achievement on its own, but it’s the second time in a row the Bulls have bypassed regionals entirely thanks to an autobid, earned by finishing […]


New ballot initiative threatens voter control

Students on campus might be familiar with the paid petitioners that often hang outside the library and the Marshall Student Center (MSC), advocating for a “double elections requirement” for Florida constitutional amendments. Unfortunately, this effort — designed to limit the ability of the public to influence our government — has […]