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Fading out ‘new’ academic logo

After spending almost $1 million in marketing initiatives with the infamous lime-green academic logo, USF is one step closer to completing the switch to the “Iconic Bull U” athletics logo. Last month, USF removed  the old signage from the new Morsani College of Medicine in downtown Tampa. It cost approximately […]

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Consolidated SG constitution passes with flying colors

Student Government (SG) moved one step closer to consolidating its three governing entities across the Tampa, St. Pete and Sarasota-Manatee campuses after passing its constitution during a Senate meeting Tuesday night. Senators discussed a draft of the SG constitution, which has to be approved by all three campuses before the […]

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USF aims to get ‘at-risk’ students back on track

Homelessness, food insecurity and impoverishment are some of the issues former Director of Student Affairs Tom Miller and Student Government (SG) have chosen to collaborate on combating this academic year.  Since 2006, Miller has dedicated research to the success of “at-risk” students at USF. Miller said this refers to students […]

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The future of Health and Wellness under review

Tom Miller was appointed  interim vice president of Health and Wellness upon Rita DeBate’s decision to step down last month. To say the least, Miller hopes the position remains temporary. “I am comfortable with leading and providing people with guidance,” Miller said. “I want to understand the work and see […]

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SG moves one step closer to consolidation

With consolidation going into effect July 1, 2020, Student Government (SG) will undergo major changes to its current structure under a single constitution for all three campuses — Tampa, St. Pete and Sarasota-Manatee. This will include changes to the student body president and vice president election during the general body […]

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SG Emergency Transportation Vehicle ‘Bull’ speed ahead

Student Health Services (SHS), in partnership with the University Emergency Medical Student Association (UEMSA) and Student Government (SG), will launch a Medical Response Unit (MRU) program aimed at providing students with an on-campus medical transportation system free of charge this semester. As of Oct. 9, no official launch date had […]

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Gunna’s contract full of extra requests

Popeyes chicken, two bottles of Hennessy cognac and one box of Backwoods Mild cigars were a few of the items Homecoming concert headliner Gunna requested for his performance. The “Drip Too Hard” rapper is set to perform tonight in the Yuengling Center at 9 o’clock and he had a rider […]

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‘Justice for Kashmir’ resolution sparks controversy

Tensions ran high at the Student Government (SG) Senate meeting Tuesday night after a long-debated resolution passed on the 72-year territorial conflict between India and Pakistan. Articles 370 and 35A were removed from the Indian Constitution Aug. 5, which together revoked the autonomy of the disputed Kashmir territory. The articles […]

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Charit-A-Bull aspires to have record-breaking year

Benefiting Feed-A-Bull and local food pantries around Tampa, the annual Charit-A-Bull canned food drive hopes to bring in record numbers this year during Homecoming week.  The Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement (CLCE) will be collecting nonperishable goods in the Marshall Student Center (MSC) Atrium from Oct. 3-13. Feed-A-Bull is […]