There is no simple story in ‘The Last of Us Part II’

Ben Lazar Staff Writer In a summer that will be remembered for people asserting their humanity,…

“Jojo Rabbit” is powerful, smart, and kind

“Jojo Rabbit” comes to us marketed as “an anti-hate satire” — a way for distributor Fox…

Student Spotlight for Charity Will Mix Talent With Service

The author is an organizer of this event. At a school filled with STEM majors, USF…

“Halloween” in 2018: Good, but Questionable

The 2018 reboot of “Halloween” retcons out the 40 years of sequels, prequels and reboots since…

The Dream Is Alive at Rocky

Most showings of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” are, like many Halloween activities, done out of…

“A Suitable Girl’s” Themes Reach Far From India

Kicking off a season of programing that hopes to create a bridge across the Pacific Ocean,…

New Thacher Gallery Exhibition Confronts Colonialism

On the 20th anniversary of providing the USF community with innovative art, the Thacher Gallery has…

New Exec. Producer Riley Evans Revamps USFtv

USF’s student-run video production network, USFtv, is preparing for their most visible year yet. “We work…

PASJ Does “Tartuffe,” a Madcap Labor of Love

Studio Theater in Lone Mountain buzzed with the hum of a thoroughly amused audience. The show…

Lu’au Delivers Exciting Performances, Delicious Food

McLaren Center erupted in a collection of effervescent song and dance, shouts and cheers as Hui…