Arts and Life

Review: Netflix’s new ragtag supergroup harnesses attention after slow beginning

By Jeffrey Waitkevich After Marvel’s “The Avengers” crushed its opening weekend, superhero team-ups have been spreading across the silver screen. Now, Netflix wants to bring that recipe for success to their streaming platform, in full binge-worthy glory. Released in full Aug. 18, “The Defenders” hits all the right notes of a superhuman mash-up tying together […]

650 freshmen, biggest week of welcome yet

Wondering about your new campus? We’ve got answers to (some of) your questions

Compiled from Crow’s Nest files; the work of historian James Anthony Schnur, the former special collections librarian at the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library; websites of USF St. Petersburg; the Tampa Bay Times; the Tampa Tribune; and “From Mangroves to Major League: A Timeline of St. Petersburg, Florida,” by Rick Baker. Hi, freshmen and other newcomers. […]

Review: Netflix’s new ragtag supergroup harnesses attention after slow beginning

Week of Welcome: Weekend Event Calendar

By Lis Casanova Alright y’all, school is back on —there’s no doubt about that— surely, the dread (or excitement!) has begun to settle in. In any case, let’s put all that bottled up angst toward having some good times, shall we? Today begins Week Of Welcome and it’s  our last chance to enjoy the last […]

Review: Netflix’s new ragtag supergroup harnesses attention after slow beginning

Graphic design takes control in Command + New exhibition

Showcasing a semester’s worth of work, 17 senior graphic design students presented their final projects in Harbor Hall last Friday. Each student’s thesis tackled the idea of what “design for good” meant to them. This kind of exhibition for senior students in the graphic design program takes place every year in May. It’s a way […]

Review: Netflix’s new ragtag supergroup harnesses attention after slow beginning

Oldest community theater, St. Petersburg City Theatre set to close

The stage door is broken, the roof leaks and the air conditioning needs to be updated, but St. Petersburg City Theatre feels more like a well-loved home than a rundown building. For the past 59 years, cast and crew members have signed their names on the walls backstage. The theatre has been collecting these memories […]

Review: Netflix’s new ragtag supergroup harnesses attention after slow beginning