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Our mission is to provide the USFSP community with content that is engaging, expressive, and entertaining. We want the USFSP community to be engaged, from collective life on campus, to the individual student story. We aspire to capture the campus identity, and express it to the best of our ability so that you really get to feel the genuine USFSP experience. We enjoy entertainment, and know you do too, that’s why our goal is to create what you want to see.
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by Jonah King Jonah sits down with Josue Etienne for the 2nd episode of the Slightly Warm Seat Podcast. Find out why Joe’s favorite sports memory is actually of him losing. Joe and Jonah also talk about how he ended up at USFSP, his aspirations of working in an NBA front office, some NBA talk, living[…]
by Jonah King USFSP attempted an impromptu Mannequin Challenge after the South Florida All Stars: Dancing with the All Stars show. The result is featured below. We almost had it.
by Jonah King In the debut episode of the Slightly Warm Seat Podcast, Jonah sits down with Miteau Francois, who runs his own clothing brand, Simply Steez. Miteau speaks on getting started in fashion design, building his own brand, fashion inspirations, and more. Watch the full interview in the video below. The Simply Steez website: http://simplysteez.com
by Nick Perkins USFSP PEERS put on an open mic night that allowed students to destress and express themselves. For a recap of the event, we’ve got a few performances for you below!
by Jonah King A special thanks to the Tampa Bay Improv team for putting on a hilarious performance at the USFSP Coquina Club. Enjoy this clip of one of their many funny skits below.
by Nick Perkins Connect has a highlight reel of the first ever USFSP Chopped. In case you’re wondering, there were no fires sadly thankfully!
by Jonah King Lewis speaks on the importance of voting, optimism in the face of fear, and endorses Charlie Crist Civil rights is a 9 word problem: “Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, I Have a Dream.” Those nine words are the universal American understanding of the civil rights movement of the 1960’s. Another two words you[…]
by Jonah King See video below what it’s like to experience the Career Center’s Part Time Job and Internship Fair.
by Jonah King Can you survive the night?
by Nick Perkins The Office of Multicultural Affairs held Viva la Diva, a drag show that featured student performers, free food, and a photo booth. The professional performers came on afterward and wowed the crowd. Naturally. Click Here for more photos from the event.