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Students react to on-campus sexual battery

The alleged sexual battery happened on June 29 and is still an ongoing investigation. ORACLE FILE PHOTO At approximately 3 a.m. on June 29, the University Police Department (UP) investigated a sexual battery in Magnolia D. The case sparked discussions among students regarding safety around campus. UP spokesperson Audrey Clark […]

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Vacant seats bring SG special summer election

Student Government will hold a special summer election to fill 17 vacant Senate seats, with campaigning scheduled to start July 11. ORACLE PHOTO/LEDA ALVIM Student Government (SG) statutes state that “elections (must be held) in the event that the total number of filed Senate seats falls below 70 percent of […]

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The era of President Currall kicks off

Currall toured the SG Suite and sat down with the Tampa leadership July 2. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE From breakfast with the research faculty, to catching up with Student Government (SG) leadership, to strapping on a hard hat and touring the construction site of the new USF Health Morsani College […]

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ISA building evacuated after medical scare

Additional air quality tests will be conducted throughout the building Thursday. ORACLE PHOTO Tampa Fire Rescue evacuated the seven-story Interdisciplinary Sciences (ISA) building around noon on Wednesday after eight students reported feeling dizzy in a short increment of time.  Faculty and students were let back into the building around 2 p.m.  […]

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What some students are looking for in the USF president-elect

Steve Currall will serve as USF’s seventh system president. ORACLE FILE PHOTO/LEDA ALVIM President-elect Steven Currall certainly has big shoes to fill when it comes to replacing his predecessor, Judy Genshaft, following her 19-year tenure. In fact, some members of the USF community are looking for specific attributes in the […]

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Popular on-campus dining spots will look different come fall

The MSC food court will now include computerized menu boards, registers at each dining location and the mobile ordering app, Tapingo. ORACLE FILE PHOTO/ALYSSA STEWART Construction has taken over the summer months as Dining Services works to expand its options and renovate the USF Library Starbucks. Bento Sushi and Panera […]

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USF looks to help solve traffic woes with $7.5 million grant

USF will participate in a study to reduce traffic congestion nationwide. ORACLE FILE PHOTO/LEDA ALVIM After receiving a $7.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) to conduct a study aiming to reduce traffic congestion in the country, the USF College of Engineering’s Center for Urban Transportation Research […]

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‘Genshaft Drive’ prepares for mid-August unveiling

The street-naming project has a total cost of $35,000. ORACLE FILE PHOTO/LEDA ALVIM Even with the departure of President Judy Genshaft, you will still be able to see her name around campus. Specifically, on a street sign. The Board of Trustees (BOT) made the decision to change the name of […]

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Students plié to international dance seminar

Six students and two faculty from the USF School of Theatre and  Dance will perform in the International Creative Dance Seminar in China. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE/BRYCE WOMELUDURF When language becomes a barrier, USF dance major students choose to communicate through the art and movements of dance as the universal […]