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And the award for worst show goes to…

Above photo: SZA, who was one of the most prominent Grammy nominated females, was snubbed in all five of her nominations. SZA performed her hit song “Broken Clocks” at this year’s Grammys. Courtesy of Wikipedia By Alexander Eubanks Before the Grammys even began, it was clear that the award show was in for a controversial night. Pop […]

Rich Brian’s “Amen” prays for success

By Alexander Eubanks In his debut album, Rich Brian pulled through with a well-crafted and at times introspective album. Brian Imanuel has come a long way in his music career in a short time, but his lack of experience occasionally shows through in his debut album, “Amen.” Imanuel began his music career in 2016 after […]

Culture II is two hours of monotony

By Alex Eubanks After I saw the tracklist, I was damn-near terrified. With 24 tracks clocking in at 106 minutes, Culture 2 is an album that runs longer than most movies do. Some of the tracks last longer than five minutes apiece. After I listened to the full tracklist, I found much of my fears […]

Student survey determines future of USFSP athletics

By Alexander Eubanks In a survey sent out to students on Monday, USF St. Petersburg took another step toward introducing athletics to the waterfront campus. After months of town halls marked by low turnout and meetings with student leaders, Fort Myers-based firm Athletic Staffing and Consultants hopes that the survey will provide some much needed […]

Ten musicians to watch out for 2018

Above photo: After a year-long hiatus, Travis Scott is expected to drop a new album alongside numerous other artists in 2018. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons By Alexander Eubanks 2017 delivered some of the best albums of this decade, with artists Lorde and Brand New coming back from extended hiatuses, but 2018 has the potential to be […]

USF Football begins the process of funding 40 million dollar practice stadium

By Alex Eubanks After a record 8 million dollars was donated by Pam and Les Muma, University of South Florida Athletic Director Mark Harlan reviled plans for a new athletic complex for the USF Bulls football program. “We are very excited about the plans for this truly transformational facility, which will provide a world-class training […]

Review: “Turn Out the Lights” raises the indie music bar

By Alexander Eubanks Ever since her debut album “Sprained Ankle,” Julien Baker has quickly risen to the top of the indie rock scene and has become a rare crossover hit that landed with both fans, critics and fellow musicians alike. While she has been interviewed and has received high praise by indie publications, like Under […]

Haunted house fills SLC with screams

By Alex Eubanks The place where you do your homework became a whole lot scarier Friday, when the Student Life Center was transformed into a haunted house that thrilled and scared students, faculty and staff members. Hosted by the Harborside Activities Board, groups of students decorated and designed rooms in the building, turning it into […]

Connect’s first concert series launches amid much excitement

By Alex Eubanks After a summer of filming and recording two dozen musicians and bands, Connect, a student-run media group, is ready to release its video concert series Tiny Office today. Filmed in an office the size of a college dorm, the series will feature performances from students and artists from the St. Petersburg community. Tiny […]

USF vs. Temple recap

By Alex Eubanks After beginning the season with two slow starts, both ending with a lopsided Bulls win, USF has rattled off two dominating victories as the underdog. Thursday night’s win, where the Bulls trampled the Owls, means more coming off last year’s sole AAC loss against Temple. While the first quarter was a close, sloppy, […]