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Delicious Dialogues provide food for thought

By Delaney Brown In a world of Facebook rants and Twitter arguments, Delicious Dialogues, a moderated luncheon debate, aims to heighten the level of civil discourse. Students and faculty are welcomed to enjoy hot chocolate and cookies while discussing current events and hot-button topics. The lunchtime sessions happen once a month and feature two faculty […]

Roses are red, violets are blue, National Condom Day is here for you

Above photo: National Condom Day was created in the 1980s to educate people about how condoms can help prevent the spread of HIV. Courtesy of Pixabay By Delaney Brown National Condom Day, an annual campaign by the Sexual Health Quarters, falls on Valentine’s Day each year. The holiday was initially created in the 1980s to educate […]

Accelerate your spring break with Ex Labs

By Delaney Brown Not all learning happens in the classroom. Sometimes it happens in an accelerator lab. Ex Labs is a business boot camp that acts as an alternative spring break program designed to give students a head start in the tech world. It introduces students of all majors to the trends and strategies used […]

2018 flu season nothing to sneeze at

Above photo: With this year’s outbreak being the most severe since 2015, vaccinating for the flu is as important as ever. NHS Employers | Flickr  By Delaney Brown The end of the holiday season means the flu is out in full force. Almost six percent of Americans currently seeking medical care have flu symptoms, and every […]

One parade, a hundred reasons

Stampede of bulls: students from the College of Education wave to parade-goers as they make their way down First Ave. Delaney Brown | The Crow’s Nest By Delaney Brown The sound of drums filled the air as horses paced down the normally quiet Dali Boulevard. USF St. Petersburg students and faculty milled about floats as they […]

University announces new Dean of Arts and Sciences

By Delaney Brown After a seven-month search, the university has chosen a new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Magali Cornier Michael, the former Associate Dean of the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts at Duquesne University, will begin her duties at USF St. Petersburg starting July 1. In an email […]

University announces new Dean of College of Arts and Sciences

By Delaney Brown After a seven month search, the university has decided on a new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Magali Cornier Michael, the former Associate Dean of the College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts at Duquesne University, will begin her duties as dean starting July 1. In her role at […]

Business professor uses life lessons to help students expand worldview

By Delaney Brown By day, Tim Curran is the CEO of a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the role of distributors in a healthy technological economy, but by night, he teaches a small group of Master of Business Administration students about the role of managers in the workplace. For some it might be hard to square […]

Sports: a $1.5 million investment

By Delaney Brown and Alex Eubanks Let’s Talk Athletics, a Student Government sponsored forum, aimed to set the record straight on what the $1.5 million campus athletics program would look like. In order to be considered for admission into the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics and its Sun Conference, the university would be required to finance […]

New dorms possible for 2019

By Delaney Brown and Whitney Elfstrom Ready to shake off its commuter campus reputation, USF St. Petersburg is tackling its last barrier with the third and largest residential building. Tentatively planned to be on Sixth Ave. S., between Third and Fourth St.  S., the 10 story $49.5 million residence hall will be the tallest building […]