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Stars and Scrubs Episode 4: College Football Coaching Roulette

After two weeks off, the “Stars and Scrubs” podcast is back. Jeffrey Waitkevich and “Big Mike,” aka Michael Fergusson, talk about the USF vs. UCF showdown, the NCAA football coaching shakeups, the end of the Orlando Summer League and the future of the NBA. Also, make sure to tune in to get a rundown of […]

Stars and Scrubs Episode 5: Christmas favorites and Willie Taggart’s return to Florida

Director of FIO named interim chancellor

William Hogarth, a former dean of the College of Marine Science, has been named interim regional chancellor by USF President Judy Genshaft. Hogarth, 73, said his job will be to hold down the fort while a permanent replacement for Margaret Sullivan, who resigned a year earlier than expected on June 25. He will begin at […]

Museum sought move to protect collection

Hurricane Andrew, the category 5 storm that walloped Miami in 1992, convinced Dali Museum Director Marshall Rousseau the converted warehouse at 1000 Third St. S was not a proper home for the art collection, recalled Bill Heller, then the USF Bayboro chief executive. And USF St. Petersburg was looking to expand. “The interest has always […]

English dept. revamping major, updates take effect fall 2012

After 20 years without an update, USF St. Petersburg’s English degree program is being streamlined while adding more diverse class options. Starting fall 2012, the undergraduate program will run under a new catalog featuring new class options and changes in class requirements. Some of the changes include different concentration names and core requirements. Replacing a […]

USFSP students not at risk after Tampa tuberculosis case

A USF Tampa student’s recent diagnosis of tuberculosis had some at USF St. Petersburg concerned about commuting and contagion. The Hillsborough County Health Department is handling the case, university officials said, and has already contacted via mail those considered at-risk. Those mailed were informed they need to be tested for TB, and testing is now […]