Campus Clips

St. Petersburg Conference on World Affairs: China enters the arena

For decades, the U.S. has dominated the international scene in everything from markets to movies. But, in recent years, another ...

Conference on World Affairs tackles THC

Marijuana…it’s complicated. The issue of whether or not to legalize marijuana in the U.S. for recreational or medical use – ...

Your leader is incompetent. Now what?

William Jordan has dipped his toe into two of the most powerful democracies in the Western world. He worked as ...

Local artist unveils environmental sculpture on campus

Local artist Kenny Jensen unveiled his sustainability inspired sculpture Tuesday on campus. The pair of woodcuts is called Paths of ...

Diversity in Action: Learning between bays at the Bay to ...

“Diversity is being invited to the party, but inclusion is being asked to dance,” said Phil Wagner, University of South ...

1A tackles fact-checking and fake news

As the American public questions the validity of information, news organizations are working harder than ever by practicing painstakingly accurate ...

USFSP hosts Title IX dialogue

On the afternoon of Feb. 6, another edition of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg’s (USFSP) monthly discussion took ...

Electric car charging stations come to USFSP

Six new electric car charging stations were made public last week on campus at an event recognizing how the University ...

USFSP student spotlight: Brianne Patterson

Brianne Patterson is a second-year student at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg with a major in Biology who ...

Students Get on Board

Yesterday on Harborwalk, Get on Board Day brought together representatives from various academic departments, student organizations and community institutions to ...