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“Crybabies” protest Daddy Trump in Central Florida

Waiting at an intersection on Airport Boulevard in Melbourne, a flurry of bright, colorful signs belonging to protesters contrasted with the red hats of President Donald Trump’s loyal followers, each group waiting to join their respective sides. This past Saturday, Trump held a rally reminiscent of those leading up to the general election. He drew […]

Rap duo Run The Jewels destroys Jannus Live

Wrapping around the corner of First Avenue North and Second Street North were hundreds of fans, eagerly awaiting the sold out Run The Jewels show. Jannus Live was the 11th stop on the North American leg of their Run The World tour and fans were certain not to miss it. The show featured hip-hop producer […]

The Flaming Lips look to keep spark alive

  Following their free experimental project with Miley Cyrus, The Flaming Lips released “Oczy Mlody,” meaning “eyes of the young” in Polish. It features a heavy electronic influence that bridges the brusqueness that began with “Embryonic” in 2009 and the whimsical tones of “Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz” released in 2015. “Oczy Mlody” begins […]

Student Sean “Smurph” Murphy seeks career as rap star

Under the moniker “Smurph,” Sean Murphy hopes to create a lucrative hip-hop career. A career that started in his USF St. Petersburg dorm during the summer of 2015. Murphy, 20, didn’t start college with an interest in rap. The mass communications major found his calling after listening to beats made by Martin “Mak” Kelly, his […]

Food, Music, Culture, Et Cultura

Lea Umberger stared in disbelief at the sheer number of people walking down Baum Avenue Saturday night. Located off Central Avenue near the Green Bench Brewing Co., thousands of people gathered at Et Cultura, a local festival that celebrates St. Petersburg’s creative culture. Umberger worked tirelessly since January planning the 5-day event. “We wanted to […]

Alumnus Aims to Motivate

In the most recent election, USF St. Petersburg alumnus Victor Sims ran for a seat in the Florida House of Representatives District 39 against incumbent Neil Combee. Sims received 28,117 votes but it wasn’t enough to trump Combee, who received 46,353 votes. “I live in a very conservative and rural county, so for me it […]

Review: Diagnosis On Doctor Strange

Recently released, “Doctor Strange” is the 14th addition to Marvel’s expanding list of comic book film adaptations, features beautiful cinematography and jaw-dropping CGI to boost its otherwise run-of-the-mill Marvel Comic Universe (MCU) plot line. In the opening sequence we see Kaecilius (Mads Mikkelsen) and his goons stealing a spell book in what seems to be […]

Spring 2017 Registration Now Open

Students can now check OASIS to see their 2017 spring registration eligibility and their assigned date and time to register. This is based on your credit hours. The more you have, the sooner you can register. Students in the Honors program also get a slight registration priority. The courses fill up on a first come, […]

Cat Helps Student Through Everyday Life

Sean Ross’ Siamese mix, Ninja, is more than just a friend – she’s his coping mechanism. Diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety by his psychiatrist, Ross said he was often teased throughout his life. “Since elementary school, I used to play with my shirt in a way to try and relieve anxiety [because] I had […]

Frankly, Stein Visits Ybor, Gets (Dimly) Lit

Jill Stein has had a difficult bid for the presidency. With only four percent of support from registered voters, the Green Party candidate was unable to speak at the first presidential debate last week. Now, Stein is making speeches across the distinguished I-4 corridor in Florida, a series of towns with large populations that connect […]