“Painful:” Grad Students, Faculty Visit U.S.-Mexico border

Third-year graduate student Sofia Solorzano said the hardest part was working with the children. “Seeing how…

Welcome Center Transition Leaves Ambassadors Confused

Sitting in the undercaf, you’ll likely hear a passing tour led by a green-clad USF student…

One Stop No More

A note from the Editor: A previous version of this article misspelled Robert Bromfield’s name. The…

Sonja Martin Poole Wins Historic USFFA-FT Election

In a landmark shift in the representation of full-time faculty, associate professor of marketing Sonja Martin…

The Results Are In: USF Climate Survey

Over two years in the making, the USF Campus Climate Survey has announced its findings from…

The Five Most Slept-On Parts of Campus

Heading into the final month of school, you may feel like you’ve got USF down to…

Beach Volleyball Looking to Bounce Back at WCC Championship

The brief beach volleyball season, which only began in March, looks toward its conclusion at the…

Waste: Where It Goes and Why It’s Sorted

“Waste” is first and foremost an action, not a verb, according to Richard Hsu, USF’s sustainability…

USF Sees 3.9 Percent Tuition Increase

Students’ school email accounts, usually occupied with announcements about educational events and correspondence, received an email…

USF Launches New Black Student Achievement Program

Black students made up about 3.17 percent of USF’s student population entering between 2007 and 2010,…