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Tamiracle Williams, the Crow's Nest Photo Editor, is a senior majoring in mass communications.

‘Gilmore Girls’ Revival Leaves Fan With Unanswered Questions

It’s been over 9 years since “Gilmore Girls” last aired on television. Created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, the show lasted seven seasons on The CW (formally known as The WB). Palladino and her husband Daniel left the original series after six seasons because of contract disputes. However, in an interview with TV Guide in 2006, Amy […]

Chop it Up

By: Tamiracle Williams and Evy Guerra tamiracle@mail.usf.edu evelyng1@mail.usf.edu Food brings people together. Brittania Warren, the president of USFSP Cook Masters, said people love to talk about food just as much as they love to cook and eat. The idea of Cook Masters originally began in spring 2016 with a Facebook post on the USFSP The […]

Bull Board Aims to Clean Up Campus Social Media Presence

In late October, Student Government launched USFSP Bull Board, a closed Facebook group that will allow students, faculty, staff and alumni to ask questions and to post about upcoming events. Hector Santiago, acting student body vice president, said the idea for Bull Board came to Student Government during its fall retreat earlier this semester. “We […]

Boo-A-Thon Walk Raises Money for AIDS Research

On the morning of Oct. 29, students paraded down Harborwalk in Halloween costumes before they began a 1.2-mile walk around campus. The students were walking to raise money for the AIDS Service Association of Pinellas (ASAP). Students raised the money through sponsors and online crowdfunding. The total amount raised: $458. Campus clubs Tau Sigma, Psi […]

Students Learn Importance of the Dashiki, African Culture

The Dashiki is an essential part of African culture but often utilized, especially during Halloween, as a costume for an insensitive trick-or-treater or partygoer. The Black Student Association (BSA) hosted Dashiki Day in The Reef to educate students on the origins of the garb and its significance in African culture. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. […]

The Dalí Joins Fight Against Hunger

The new exhibit at the Dalí Museum, “Ferran Adrià: The Invention of Food”, displays art as food. Sadly, not everyone can afford to see cuisine as an artform. “We felt a responsibility to acknowledge that you can’t honor food without considering those in our community who are without it,” said Kathy Grief, chief marketing director […]

Suave Samba Brings Taste of Carnival to Campus

Samba performers, donned in sparkling and feathered costumes, danced with students around the USC ballrooms. The Multicultural Activities Council hosted the Suave Samba Night, and introduced students to Latin American culture through food, activities and performances. The Sept. 20 event was part of celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. The night began with a buffet of traditional […]

Coming to Small Screens Near You

This year’s fall tv line has it all. To help you navigate through the piles of new shows hitting the small screen later this month, The Crow’s Nest has put together a list of shows to watch and shows that will probably get canceled before the season finale.   Must Watch “The Good Place” After […]

Clubs Improve College Experience

There’s nothing worse than being stuck in your dorm with nothing to do but study. College is about more than just studying, it’s about experience. For most students, that experience comes from getting active on campus. According to National Survey of Student Engagement getting involved on campus has tremendous benefits for students. NSSE studies have […]

The importance of a professional online presence in the digital world

In order to get a job nowadays, you need more than a stellar resume and cover letter. You need a personal brand — the online impression or image that people (most importantly potential employers) will remember you by. Lesa Shouse, director of USF St. Petersburg’s Career Center, says that personal branding is crucial for students […]