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Equal Attention, Acknowledgement for the Paralympics

Contrary to popular public assumption, the closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics did not mark the end of the excitement in PyeongChang, South...

Gen Z Takes Over Olympics

Just before learning the results of her run on the women’s halfpipe, Chloe Kim was on Twitter lamenting over being “hangry” due to leaving...

Seilund, Rakova Shine in Senior Night Comeback

On an evening when Kalyn Simon, Anna Seilund and Michela Rakova were honored pregame for Senior Night, the Dons mounted a second half comeback...

Dons Win Doubleheader

Dons Baseball swept at their back-to-back homes games this weekend, making this first home series of the season a redemption from the previous week’s...

Dons Make History in the Classroom

When we think of student athletes, we often think of big victories, away games, cheering fans and hours of grueling practice. However, we often...

I Am Woman, Watch Me Conquer

It may come as a surprise to hear that women could not attend USF until the mid-1960s, when it finally became a co-ed university....

Gentlemen of Basketball Win Some, Lose Some

If there’s anything that the Men’s Basketball team has learned this week, it’s that 2 points can make a heck of a difference –...

Women Qualify USF for Capital One Cup  

What is the Capital One Cup?   The Capital One Cup commends the best women’s and men’s programs in NCAA Division I college athletics across all...

As NBA All-Star Weekend Nears, Tensions Are Rising

This just in: the 2018 NBA All-Star game is reviving the element of competition, putting a spin on team structure and combatting injury curses...

Cleveland Strikes Out Chief Wahoo

Chief Wahoo has sat comfortably on the uniforms of the Cleveland Indians since 1948. Beginning in 2019, however, the logo – a caricature of...