Campus News

Campus reacts to no charges in St. Pete’s 1 billion gallon sewage crisis

By Noel Mullins St. Petersburg’s sewage spills are a hot topic for environmental leaders on campus. “I’m conflicted, honestly,” said Byron Baugh, sustainable initiatives coordinator for student government. “The fact that information has been withheld from the public is not great, and I think a lot of us are disappointed in Kriseman’s administration for that […]

From thrift store to runway: alumnus hosts fashion show

SG successfully fills senate seats despite consistently poor voter turnout

By Michael Moore Jr. sOf the over 4,000 students enrolled at USF St. Petersburg, 250 of them voted in the most recent Student Government senate elections. That’s a 61.5 percent decrease from the 650 students that turned out in the spring to vote on the senate, president and vice president in addition to having a […]

From thrift store to runway: alumnus hosts fashion show

Campus vets conflicted on transgender military ban

By Brianna Rodriguez The Trump administration aims to discontinue former President Barack Obama’s policies on transgender troops serving in the military. Student veterans at USF St. Petersburg say that transgender service members should be allowed to serve, but not during transitionary process. They say hormone medication and rehabilitation time during active duty can affect their […]

From thrift store to runway: alumnus hosts fashion show

Journalism department turns focus on more digital media

By Anna Bryson Changes are coming to the journalism department next year. The department is undergoing revisions to its course requirements in the undergraduate department, the graduate and the Food Writing and Photography program. The undergraduate Journalism and Digital Communication program is replacing two required courses with ones that focus on digital media. The required courses […]

From thrift store to runway: alumnus hosts fashion show

Registration for spring rapidly approaching

By: Brianna Rodriguez As the end of the semester draws closer, registration for the new semester approaches. Academic advisers saw over 300 students this week and will continue to take appointments. Registration for spring classes opens Oct. 30. Academic advising recommends that students schedule their advising appointment as soon as possible, regardless of any holds […]

From thrift store to runway: alumnus hosts fashion show