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CLCE plans to revamp third-floor MSC space

Students looking for a place to meet with their student organization amid the overcrowdedness of the Marshall Student Center (MSC) during the school year might have a new option. New plans to refurbish the office space on the third floor of the MSC for student organizations are in discussion after […]

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Consolidated SG raises uncertainty among students

Although consolidation across the Tampa, St. Pete and Sarasota-Manatee campuses is inevitable, the plans still raise concerns and mixed reviews among students on how it will impact student life in the next academic year. As consolidation goes into effect July 1, 2020, USF will unify all three campuses into one, […]

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MSC survey calls for student lounge

Marshall Student Center (MSC) administration and the Student Government (SG) Relations Committee conducted a student survey from Oct. 8-19 to gather suggestions to replace the former Computer Store location.  The Computer Store closed in August of last year due to low visitation and sales, as previously reported by The Oracle. […]

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Currall finalizes ‘Principles of Community’ task force

USF President Steven Currall has selected his “sweet 16” to represent his newest task force, “Principles of Community.”  Currall sent out an email Wednesday to students, faculty and staff announcing the task force that will represent USF’s three campuses — Tampa, St. Pete and Sarasota-Manatee. The 16 university stakeholders will […]

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Let the REC Fit Games begin

USF Recreation and Wellness is encouraging students to test their athletic abilities with a CrossFit-style competition this week. The second annual REC Fit Games will be held Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Rec Softball Field on USF Sycamore Drive. The CrossFit-style competition is open to […]

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USF increases Lifsey House security

It wouldn’t necessarily be categorized as the classic American Dream white picket fence but the newly added metal fencing around Lifsey House, home to USF President Steven Currall and his wife, Cheyenne, does the same job, nevertheless.  The $376,000 fence project was part of the university’s increased security measures when the […]