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ASRC attendance policy comes into question

Allegations regarding Activity and Service Fee Recommendation Committee (ASRC) attendance at the Nov. 26 Student Government (SG) Senate meeting took ASRC leadership by surprise. Sen. Samuel Camilo brought up to the Senate what he believed was an issue regarding ASRC member absences during department tours, claiming they should be held […]

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Currall works to build bridges with Senate

Student success echoed throughout the Student Government (SG)  Senate meeting on Tuesday after a speech from USF President Steven Currall and the Dean of the Judy Genshaft Honors College Charles Adams about building connections between students and administration. Currall spent an hour talking to senators about issues and concerns they […]

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USF faculty express concerns about diversity, respect

“Diversity,” “Students,” “Community,” “Research,” “Faculty” and “Opportunity” were a few words faculty, students and staff used to describe the USF campus.  Ironically, those same words were also used to describe USF’s weaknesses. A three-question survey was sent out to about 300,000 people through email Dec. 20 asking about USF’s greatest […]

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First consolidated election commences

USF students on all three campuses can start thinking about the Student Government (SG) candidates who best represent them because election season is underway. With the USF system consolidated by the July 1 deadline, SG officially opened its applications to students on the Tampa, St. Pete and Sarasota-Manatee campuses on […]

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Honoring Dr. King

As the new decade begins, so will another year of USF honoring the legacy of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK). The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) will once again host its annual MLK Commemorative Week. This year its focus will be on three signature events throughout January […]

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Students close out the decade with new experiences

It’s been exactly one month since USF closed out the fall semester and some students wasted no time gaining new experiences and cultures.  From traveling around the U.S. to beating personal records, these Bulls closed out the decade in a variety of ways. Gabriella Biltoc, sophomore studying health science, visited […]