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10 questions with a USFSP professor: Byron Miller

In the second installment of Connect’s new series, Tommy Hilliard interviews USFSP professor Byron Miller.     Enjoyed 10 questions ...

Becoming me: embracing my Latino roots

Growing up as someone who identified as being Latina was always a bit of a struggle for me. My grandparents ...

Tom Steyer and Need to Impeach campaign visit USFSP

As part of his 30-city speaking tour, California businessman, Tom Steyer, conducted a town meeting at USFSP advocating impeaching President ...

Fulbright scholar takes inspiration from USFSP back to Russia  

When Elena Plakhina wakes up every morning, she writes. She has been filling diary pages with short stories of her ...

Inside The Tavern at Bayboro

Take a closer look at a campus favorite in this video spotlight of USFSP’s neighbor, The Tavern at Bayboro. Home ...

Cram away: 4 genres to study to

As the school year is now in full swing and the assignments start piling up, you may feel overwhelmed. Listening ...

Inspiration on Instagram: 7 people you should follow

Beautiful sunsets, beautiful breakfasts or whatever the friend of your friend is doing Saturday night? Instagram is often criticized for ...

Little-known careers in your major: psychology and education

Picking a major can be daunting. Considering all the career choices that accompany it seems impossible. For psychology and education ...

Downtown Bites: All hail Hawkers

Let’s face it, St. Petersburg, Florida isn’t exactly known for its exotic cuisine. Delicious seafood? Yes. Sizzling steaks? Sure. But ...

‘Zora Neale Hurston: Jump at the Sun’ screens in St. ...

“Mama exhorted her children at every opportunity to ‘jump at de sun.’ We might not land on the sun, but ...