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University Way: Not Taking Easy Street

May 2, 2017 Jonah King 0

by Jonah King  This is my goodbye. And of course, with every goodbye comes a time for reflection. So let’s reflect some. USFSP Connect was a brand created the year before I arrived at USFSP in 2012. There was a vision for Connect to become a media platform at USFSP […]

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A Real American Hero: John Lewis Visits USFSP

November 8, 2016 Jonah King 0

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 […]

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The South Florida Bulls versus Retribution

September 21, 2016 Jonah King 0

Previewing the Florida State Seminoles vs. the USF Bulls in a season defining matchup by Jonah King  For a 3–0 South Florida Bulls team, the college football season starts here. For a 2–1 Florida State Seminoles (13) team, their season is in dire straits after a 63–20 drubbing by Louisville. Last […]

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HAB’s Karaoke Night

September 19, 2016 Callie Taylor 0

by Warren Buchholz   It’s not often that I can walk into karaoke night and find that the entire room is not only sober but also having fun. Not to mention I’ve been dragged to quite a few karaoke nights at some insatiable and sordid joints (I’m saucer-eyed at you, Tampa), […]

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New Music Friday: Best Picks

September 16, 2016 Callie Taylor 0

by Callie Taylor Mykki Blanco rarely disappoints with good music. Loner is a chill mix of melancholic beats and lyrics that will make you nostalgic for the less happy nights of your college life. (Explicit) Let’s be real, you knew there was going to be some indie trash in this […]

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USFSP’s Day of Remembrance

September 9, 2016 Jonah King 0

by Jonah King  For the second year today, USFSP will be honoring the lives of those who have fought for our nation, and those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. This year, USFSP will be writing letters to police, firefighters, and EMS personnel, as well as making […]

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Why You Should Go to a Rowdies Game

August 28, 2016 Jonah King 0

by Jonah King The beauty of Al Lang stadium and Rowdies soccer is that it’s a walk, skip, and a stones throw away from campus. The Rowdies partnership has grown with USFSP in recent years. You can see a Rowdies banner on the side of the gym, the shared practice […]

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Report Card: Suicide Squad

August 20, 2016 Jonah King 0

by Jonah King Overall Rating: C An average grade sounds about right for a film I rated 2 and 1/2 stars out of 4 when I reviewed the flick for my Medium publication. I wrote such a good review I’ll have to pull a quote from there. “It was good, […]

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New Songs to Enjoy: August 18

August 18, 2016 Callie Taylor 0

by Callie Taylor I have come to the conclusion that filtering through four hours of new songs only to tell you that half of them are pretty awful and not worth your time is an absolutely horrible way to bring you guys new music. Instead, I’m just going to tell […]