The ‘millionaire’ man

USF students who watched the 10th Anniversary episode of Who Wants to be a Millionaire on Sunday night saw one of their own in the fastest-finger circle. William Capp, a USF biomedical sciences graduate student and longtime fan of the show, was one of two men from Tampa who got […]

Megahed should be allowed to finish his degree at USF

Former USF student Youssef Megahed has once again been released from federal custody after a judge ruled there was not enough evidence to deport the suspected terrorist. Unless the government can bring more charges against him, he is likely to remain a legal U.S. resident, and as such, should be […]

Police testify mom, son hysterical, bloody after gang rape

WEST PALM BEACH – A mother and her young son were hysterical, battered and bloodied at a hospital just hours after she says she was gang-raped and beaten by several masked, gun-toting teenagers, a police officerA testified Monday. West Palm Beach Police Officer Dustin Moore was among the first to […]

Heath reinstates Mercer

USF basketball guard Mike Mercer, who was dismissed from the team in January, was reinstated to the basketball program by coach Stan Heath, USF announced Friday. Mercer, a guard, was dismissed from the team in January after his arrest for possession of marijuana, his second run -in with the law […]

200 to go on trial after Xinjiang riots

BEIJING (AP) – A state-run newspaper says 200 people will go on trial for involvement in the Xinjiang riots last month that killed nearly 200 people. The China Daily said Monday that the trials were expected to start this week in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang and the site of […]

Get cooking on campus

Eating at dining halls on campus can become a monotonous routine for students with meal plans, especially for those who love to cook. So why not grab a to-go box, fill it with raw ingredients and get cooking? It saves money and a trip to the supermarket. Here are some […]

Trendy transitions

Heading back to school, indications that Florida is entering the fall season are difficult to find. The leaves don’t change color, and the temperature barely drops. Cold fall temperatures appear late in the South, and fashionable fall boots, coats and gloves that appear in fashion magazines seem too daunting for […]

WeCar a good choice for transportation

USF students now have one more choice for their preferred mode of transportation. The new car-sharing program, WeCar, which launched today, will give students the option to rent a car on campus for $10-$12 an hour. In the long run, this program will be beneficial for both the students and […]

Kiefer looks to build on last year’s success

Men’s soccer coach George Kiefer helped lead USF to a Big East championship in soccer last season – the first in program history. The Bulls, however, lose two key components from last year’s team: forward Jordan Seabrook and defender Yohance Marshall, who both moved on to professional careers. Despite these […]

Changes to Bright Futures affect all recipients

USF senior Kimberly Hull depended on the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program to cover most of her college tuition. For the 2009-10 academic year, Hull, an education major, will no longer receive the 75 percent tuition coverage she was previously awarded from Bright Futures, and neither will any other recipient. […]