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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 […]

Waterfront staff rescue stranded sailboat

By Delaney Brown A 24-foot $10,000 sailboat crashed into the jetty of Lassing Park last Saturday. Driven by a waterfront patron, the engine lost engine power and drifted into the sharp rocks. Receiving the distress call around 2 p.m., waterfront staff rushed to the rescue the disabled vessel. Lassing Park, about 1.5 miles from campus, […]

Goetz: Accuser’s texts contradict her testimony

By Delaney Brown A former Student Government leader contends that the text messages and statements of a female student who accused him of sexual assault are contradictory and cast doubt on her credibility. In arguments filed Sept. 28 in Pinellas County Circuit Court, the former leader’s attorneys say those contradictions support his contention that he should […]

Campus athletics are possible, but at a cost

By Delaney Brown After years of suggestions to introduce intercollegiate sports, the university received an early study on the possibility of bringing them to campus.   It is entirely possible for the USF St. Petersburg campus to build an athletic program, according to senior vice president Kurt Patberg of Athletic Staffing and Consultants. Former Regional […]

Martin Tadlock: finding his roots set him free

By Delaney Brown Martin Tadlock never knew his biological father. Growing up, his mother and stepfather didn’t talk about him or his family. For a while, he would wonder about his father. But after years of silence, Tadlock gave up, figuring they had a good reason not to mention him. So Tadlock grew up. He […]

On Wisniewska: ‘The captain should go down with their ship’

By Delaney Brown For professor Deby Cassill, the former regional chancellor’s decision to evacuate students was not enough; Sophia Wisniewska should have stayed behind. “Whenever there’s a potential catastrophe, a strong leader needs to stay and reassure their people. They need to be there to start rebuilding, if they have to,” says Cassill. Cassill has […]

From work to class and then back to work again; Irma clean up

By Delaney Brown Normally Andres Sanchez’s job with the city is predictable, but Hurricane Irma changed all of that. Sanchez, a junior mass communication major, works for the City of St. Petersburg as the supervisor of athletics. His job entails overseeing the maintenance of the 80 parks in his domain, scheduling games and overseeing the […]