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Mumble rap is abstract expressionism for hip hop

By Jonah Hinebaugh What do Young Thug and Mark Rothko have in common? Both went against norm in their respective mediums to help construct something new and beautiful. Art has evolved throughout history, and that’s a fact. All you have to do is look back at how renaissance, rococo and neoclassicism evolved.    So why […]

Review: Justice League flashes potential, still a bust

Bulls quest for perfect season thwarted by Houston

By: Michael Moore Jr. USF football faced its first true test of the season. The result? Failure. The Houston Cougars defeated the Bulls 28-24 on Saturday, tarnishing USF’s undefeated record and snapping the nation’s longest winning streak (12) in the process. Green and gold hearts broke everywhere. It’s not what we hoped for or expected […]

USF Football begins the process of funding 40 million dollar practice stadium

Welcome to the 2017-2018 NBA season

The 2017 NBA offseason was one of the craziest offseasons the sports world has ever seen. Let’s be real: It may have been crazier than the regular season and playoffs combined. During the playoffs, the Golden State Warriors lost a whopping one game en route to their second NBA Championship in the past three seasons. […]

USF Football begins the process of funding 40 million dollar practice stadium

Taking a stand by refusing to stand: some thoughts on kneeling for the National Anthem

By Emily Wunderlich On Aug. 26, 2016, Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers took a knee during the National Anthem before a pre-season game. Now, over a year later, political tensions have resurfaced after President Trump profanely criticized other athletes who have joined Kaepernick in protesting the anthem. Many NFL teams responded by kneeling, […]

How Student Government plans to address our campus’ poor recycling report

Dreamers are still dreaming of DACA

By Cristian Saldivar They came to the United States with innocence and dreams, but they grew up knowing it didn’t matter if they felt American. Without documentation, their days in the country were counted. Earlier this month, the Trump administration announced it would rescind the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals (DACA) policy, with a six […]

How Student Government plans to address our campus’ poor recycling report

Crow’s Corner: How to minimize social media use

While most of us were introduced to the online sphere of socialization through the relic that is now Myspace, it was Facebook that redefined our generation’s interactions. The benefits are undoubtedly there — staying in contact, news updates and figuring pop culture in general — but the drawbacks are also significant. For the regular user, […]

Mumble rap is abstract expressionism for hip hop

The Crow’s Corner: How to beat the breakup blues

Spring break is a time to let it all go: the stresses, responsibilities, engagements, significant others — you name it. According to data-journalist David Mccandless’ study of Facebook relationship status updates, the timeframe tops the chart for breakups. Whether the relationship has been long term or not, being dumped never feels good. At best, it’s […]

Mumble rap is abstract expressionism for hip hop