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Another dramatic USF victory

Last season, midfielder Bernardo Anor tore his ACL in the Bulls’ seventh match and was unable to play the remainder of the year. Coming off the bench in his third game since returning from the injury, Anor scored the game-winning goal in overtime to give USF a 1-0 victory against […]

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USF grad wins big on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire

Nearly two weeks ago, USF graduate student William Capp sat in the fastest finger circle and waited for his chance on the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire – a chance that never came. On Tuesday, Capp was on the show again on Tampa TV – and this […]

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Sen. Martinez says farewell in final speech

WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez left Washington on Wednesday with some regrets, some proud accomplishments and some frustration with a process he believes often puts politics ahead of policy. Martinez gave a final speech 16 months before his first term was to expire, reflecting to colleagues about the pride […]

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Blagojevich: Words on FBI tape out of context

CHICAGO – Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich said Tuesday that statements he made on secret FBI wiretap tapes were taken out of context by prosecutors and that he might try to call senators and a top White House official as witnesses at his racketeering and fraud trial to back his […]

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UN to add YouTube to live TV for climate momentum

UNITED NATIONS – The U.N. is turning to YouTube to jolt the world’s plodding climate diplomacy into higher gear. Instead of relying solely on live television, organizers’ of the U.N. chief’s Sept. 22 climate summit said Tuesday they’ve asked some world leaders to make pre-recorded video statements for release on […]

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Suspect killed eight on his own in Ga.

BRUNSWICK, Ga. – A 22-year-old man acted alone when he bludgeoned his father and seven others to death inside a coastal Georgia mobile home, police said Tuesday, though they would not give what weapon was used. Guy Heinze Jr., who cried “my whole family’s dead” when he reported the slayings […]

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Pre-college credits may be a money-saving avenue

Students like Theresa Woods who enrolled at USF with accelerated high school credits may be able to avoid the new excess hours surcharge while also graduating faster. According to a release, 1,640 of the newly-enrolled First Time In College (FTIC) students this fall had an average of eight AP credits […]

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Health care reform could give students one more option

Student Health Services (SHS) may not see many changes if health care reforms are implemented, but students who need to go somewhere other than SHS have other options. U.S. President Barack Obama proposes a public option plan that allows insured individuals to keep their plans, while those who are uninsured […]

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A Google universe

One of the most significant modern innovations, repeatedly awarded four stars by PC Magazine for its applications and ranked No. 1 in Fortune’s Top 100 Best Companies to Work For list two years in a row, Google celebrates its 11th birthday this month. Merely a preteen in the tech world […]

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USF Advocacy Program helps campus males get ‘REAL’

In an effort to reduce violence against women, the USF Advocacy Program’s new initiative has one thing in mind: men. The Relationship Equality and Anti-violence League (REAL) project will educate men on how to prevent sexual and relationship violence on campus, rather than teach women how to reduce their risk […]