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Arrest of beloved librarian leaves campus reeling in shock, sadness

In 25 years as a student, teacher and librarian, James Anthony Schnur became one of the university’s most respected figures. As a student, he was a campus leader and author of a much-admired master’s thesis. As a teacher and librarian, he helped countless students and faculty on research projects. And as a champion of the […]

In hopes to maintain ‘sense of normalcy’ after Irma, USF System doesn’t extend Fall semester

Meet Duke, the library’s new blue superhero

The newest member of the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library sports four legs, blue fur and a dashing cape. His name is Duke. Duke found his way to the jewel by the bay with the help of the Southeastern Guide Dogs. Southern Guide Dogs is based out of Palmetto, Florida and works to pair guide dogs […]

In hopes to maintain ‘sense of normalcy’ after Irma, USF System doesn’t extend Fall semester

Nelson Poynter Library gets new dean

Catherine Cardwell will begin her new appointment as dean of the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library on July 1. Cardwell will assume the position from Deborah Henry, who has worked at the library since 1988 and served as its interim dean for nearly a year. “I am pleased to announce that Catherine will join the USFSP […]

In hopes to maintain ‘sense of normalcy’ after Irma, USF System doesn’t extend Fall semester