According to an email from University Police (UP) spokesman, Lt. Chris Daniel, UP responded to a call reporting the smell of marijuana in Delta Hall Sunday night.
Once officers arrived they made contact with housing staff who pointed out a quantity of marijuana. After officers obtained a search warrant, a Beta Hall resident was arrested on charges of possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia. The resident was released on a $2500 bond.
UP responded at 6 a.m. on Sunday to a call about an intruder in an Epsilon Hall dorm. A 16-year-old was suspected of theft of property valued at $50 and was charged with burglary of a dwelling, burglary of a dwelling with intent to commit theft and petit theft. He was delivered to the Juvenile Assessment Center and the case is under investigation.
On Saturday, officers responded to the theft of two Epsilon residents cash $30 from a wallet and $40 from a backpack.
Senior Advisor to the President and Provost for Diversity and Inclusion Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman and Vice Dean for Education and Faculty Affairs in the College of Public Health Tricia Penniecook will begin new positions to progress diversity efforts at USF, according to a university-wide email sent Friday by President Rhea Law. Law said the decisions come […]
Climate change poses a threat to the planet as greenhouse gas emissions rise and heat collects in the atmosphere. Some students desire to see change at the university level and beyond to combat the consequences of climate change in the coming years. Florida is already beginning to experience the impacts of climate change as cities […]
The Marshall Student Center (MSC) Jamba Juice closed this summer, but it will soon be replaced by another smoothie shop — Blenz Bowls — in the fall semester. Blenz is a smoothie and acai bowl franchise founded by University of Alabama alumni Zac Rogers and Riley Voce. It is set to open Aug. 22. Menu […]
Creating a sense of belonging at the university is important to St. Pete Regional Chancellor Christian Hardigree, but ensuring everyone feels they matter is even more paramount to her. Hardigree said she got this sentiment from a colleague and friend who is a Black woman. The colleague said that while finding her Black sorority and […]
Love and support filled the air as thousands of members of the LGBTQ community danced on top of floats and celebrated themselves and others during the St. Petersburg Pride Parade. “I was in awe above all else,” sophomore communications major Devin Morgan said. “Everyone is coexisting and supporting each other in a way that’s different […]
With the overturning of the 1973 landmark Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision, which protected access to abortions at the federal level for the past 50 years, some impacted students had concerns for a post-Roe America, ranging from future health crises to its effects on disadvantaged communities. Shelby Catroneo, a sophomore health sciences major, said […]