Most of the reference books, journals, maps, videos and DVDs have vanished from the first floor of the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library. That’s because Carol Hixson, library dean, is livening things up. Hixson said she has been working to strengthen the library’s connection with students by making it a place [...]
Tanjim “TJ” Hossain was six years old when he saw the movie Jurassic Park. It was then that he realized his love...
Two weeks ago, The Crow’s Nest ran a story revealing the lack of convenience on campus for students with disabilities....
Mark Lombardi-Nelson and Christa Hegedus officially secured the presidential and vice presidential spots after more...
A committee of three Student Government senators was appointed last week to evaluate the actions of the Supreme Court, after it made a decision to disqualify Mark Lombardi-Nelson from the presidential election. Graham Reybitz, Kendel Mott and Russell Heller, each associate justices who agreed with the court’s decision, were issued [...]Read more ›
Three Student Government Supreme Court justices are in danger of being impeached for “willful disregard of statutes,” after issuing a ruling that disqualified Mark Lombardi-Nelson from the presidential race. Sen. Jozef Gherman drafted a memo to impeach Russell Heller, Graham Reybitz and Kendel Mott. The memo accuses the justices of [...]Read more ›
Amber Heddleson was 11 years old the first time she visited London. She fell in love with the city. “It was only a two-week trip, and we were in London for three days … I told myself, ‘I want to live here!’” Heddleson said. As a USF St. Petersburg student, [...]Read more ›
When senior Karleigh Chase wrote her honors thesis, she did something few environmental science and policy majors do. She wrote a play. Chase performed a portion of her play, “Memoirs of a Painted Woman,” on April 4 at Studio@620 in downtown. In her one-woman show, she portrayed the women of [...]Read more ›
Get the insect repellent ready. Scientists expect giant mosquitoes to hit Florida this summer. The large mosquitoes, known as gallinippers, are believed to have blown in with the wind from Tropical Storm Debby last June. According to Debby Cassill, an associate professor at USF St. Petersburg, gallinipper eggs can lay [...]Read more ›
The Student Government Supreme Court officially ruled that Jimmy Richards and Jordan Iuliucci be certified president and vice president of the student body. The ruling, issued late on April 8, comes after a monthlong debate over the validity of campaign violations. Though Mark Lombardi-Nelson and Christa Hegedus won the majority [...]Read more ›