Attacks on first daughters unfair

Before the USF softball season started, third baseman Ginny Georgantas predicted the Bulls would reach the Women’s College World Series. As it turned out, USF fell one step short of that goal, losing 12-5 to Michigan in the championship round of the NCAA Region IV Tournament May 20. En route […]

Artist seeks return of stolen photograph

Property theft on campus is nothing new — University Police logs often contain entries listing stolen bicycles, classroom equipment and occasionally cars. But for the first time at the Contemporary Art Museum, part of a student’s personal art display has been stolen. And unlike a bicycle, an original piece of […]

Marshall Center upgrade still on hold

The Phyllis P. Marshall Center became a hot topic of conversation two years ago when a committee began looking into a much-needed $48 million expansion. Two years later, the Marshall Center is no closer to having more space. According to Marshall Center Director Guy Conway, an expansion is long overdue. […]

Now Showing

Dawn Nies loves old movies and she loves seeing them on the big screen. However Nies, a junior majoring in business, is only 21 years old and was not yet born when the films originally came out. This summer, Nies can see some of her favorites again when Tampa Theatre […]