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Black Crow Celebrates Creatives for Second Anniversary

By Devin Rodriguez On any given day there’s no telling who will walk into Black Crow Coffee. The small space, in Old Northeast a few blocks from the Central strip, has limited seating and customers often have to share a more intimate space. As Deana Hawk, the co-owner of the little coffee shop puts it: […]

Pendulums and countdowns: Student group shakes misconceptions of hypnosis

Around the world in 15 months: Local boater offers experience of a lifetime

By Delaney Brown Students looking for an adventure can now sail across the seven seas. Local boater Johannes “Jopie” Helsen, 69, is looking for a USF St. Petersburg student to join him as he circumnavigates the globe, raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Helsen hopes that he can find a student who is […]

Pendulums and countdowns: Student group shakes misconceptions of hypnosis

The hunt for the best vegan burrito in downtown St. Pete

By Whitney Elfstrom I once ordered a burrito for lunch, took a nap, woke up and ordered another burrito for dinner. So yeah, you could say they’re my favorite food. But here’s the catch: I’m a vegan, and finding a good vegan burrito is tricky. To save my fellow vegan bulls the trouble of hunting […]

Pendulums and countdowns: Student group shakes misconceptions of hypnosis

Bland Reef menu inspires culinary creativity

By Kayla Jensen A great man once said, “Cauliflower (is) nothing but cabbage with a college education.” Surely, Mark Twain meant a far deeper and less literal interpretation than college students trying to make most out of a static dining menu. A requirement of on-campus living is registering for a dining plan, where all students […]

Pendulums and countdowns: Student group shakes misconceptions of hypnosis

Everything you need to know about ‘Game of Thrones’ before the season 7 finale

As we make our way to the end of TV’s hottest series, Game of Thrones, the highly-anticipated season finale is just a few hours away. If you haven’t been keeping up with the program, here is an episode-by-episode guide guaranteed to ready you. ***Spoiler Alert*** By Emily Beck Episode One: Dragonstone The new season opens […]

Pendulums and countdowns: Student group shakes misconceptions of hypnosis

Students dive in for Get on Board Day

In case you missed Get on Board Day, here’s a brief highlight of some of the wonderful clubs available on campus. By Delaney Brown Dozens of campus groups set up tables on Harborwalk outside the University Student Center Thursday, while students milled about discovering almost all the opportunities and clubs the university has to offer. […]

Pendulums and countdowns: Student group shakes misconceptions of hypnosis

Uhuru candidates push against white nationalism and racism

By Anna Bryson Protesters gathered in front of St. Petersburg City Hall Wednesday in the wake of the recent violence between white nationalist protesters and counter protesters in Charlottesville, Va. The rally, organized by Communities United for Reparations and Economic Development (CURED), marched from City Hall on Fifth Street N to the Police Department on […]

Campus powers up new 40 kilowatt solar array carport

Granny tries the green

Catherine Whigham, 81, fears very little at her age. She would parasail in a foreign country, skate on a frozen lake, rescue drowning wasps by hand and even drive her daughter’s all-terrain vehicle. She will not, however, enter this small window-clad, cafe-esque shop downtown, in Colorado Springs, the city she’s lived in her entire life. […]

Pendulums and countdowns: Student group shakes misconceptions of hypnosis