Star Trek (2009)Star Trek is a highly entertaining movie with great visual effects and a compelling story for fans of the Star Trek franchise and people who are unfamiliar with the previous movies and series.
Star Trek 2: Wrath of Khan (1982)This is a great movie to see for understanding of “Into Darkness.” This is the first film Khan reveals his ruthless nature and gives the viewer not only a great story but also insights of the newly released blockbuster.
Star Trek First Contact (1996)
For the fans who love the “Next Generation” TV series, this movie is the best of the Star Trek films. This film is a little darker than most as the crew of the USS Enterprise battle the Borg.
For senior social work major Simone Till, Disability Pride Month represents the culmination of countless struggles for inclusivity both within the disabled community and her personal life. Till often struggled throughout her childhood with finding a sense of community among others at her school due to a progressive difficulty with hearing, although she was unaware […]
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 […]
Despite the impact he has made in furthering inclusivity among on-campus queer organizations, computer science PH.D. student and president of the Queer and Trans People of Color Collective (QTPOCC) Logan Fields said he never envisioned himself directly engaging in activism when beginning his doctoral degree at USF. Fields completed his undergraduate degree at FAMU, a […]
This story is part of a continuing series that features leaders at USF during Pride Month. When presented with the opportunity to conduct research on LGBTQ literature, senior English literature and history major Emma Frank knew she wanted to inform the public about the impact historically marginalized queer authors have had upon contemporary literary culture. […]
This story is part of a continuing series that features leaders at USF during Pride Month. Growing up in a farm town in Kansas with a population of fewer than 1,000 people, professor of instruction Milton Wendland was confined to the traditional values of his hometown in his early childhood. Wendland knew since he was […]
This story is part of a continuing series that features leaders at USF during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. For Judy Genshaft Honors College academic advisor Kevin Lee, fostering a community of support through compassionate leadership has always been a place of personal significance. Emigrating from South Korea to the Chicago suburbs as […]