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Antonio Reza’s Road to Redemption

Antonio Reza's future revolves around one number: 71.5 percent. No, it's not what he needs on a final to pass a class. As a...

Ladies of Cross Country Conquer NCAA West Regionals

Hayley Burcher Staff Writer   When it comes to cross country, girls seem to run the world. Their electric performances have taken the Dons Athletics world —...

Seeking Security: Students Being Paid as “Sugar Babies”

SeekingArrangement, a website that allows users to pay for romantic encounters, is changing the way some college students make money. While most would choose...

Students Highlight Homeless and DACA Populations through Performance Art

Zac Harvill Contributing Writer   On Tuesday morning, students gathered around a mysterious van in Gleeson Plaza. While others rushed to class, a group of seven students...

USF Goes to Houston

“We are called to serve...we need to do something.” Those were the words of Daniela Dominguez, assistant professor in the School of Education and...

“Ingrid Goes West” Shows Us Social Media Terror

Ben Lazar Contributing Writer Matt Spicer’s “Ingrid Goes West” is my kind of movie. In this modern “Taxi Driver”/pitch black comedy, nobody grows, nobody learns, nobody is...

USF Hosts Black Student Orientation For Incoming Students

When Kyle Bates, President of the Black Student Union, arrived as a freshman three years ago, he didn’t know what to expect from this...

Cherry Glazerr Is Better Than This

David Garcia Staff Editor   A few days ago, I watched a YouTube video (posted by Seattle alt-rock station KEXP) of an on-air performance by Cherry Glazerr,...