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Moving up the eco ladder: USFSP’s newest initiative  

It has taken about two years, but USFSP’s energy submetering and monitoring project will be complete by the start of ...

St. Pete hosts 2018 Pride parade

On June 28, 1970, the Stonewall Riots took place on Christopher Street as a consequence of months of police raiding ...

New bookstore to replace Barnes & Noble at USFSP

It’s time to make way for a new bookstore on campus. As Barnes & Noble’s contract approached expiration with the ...

Fishing for the Fight battles childhood cancer

Fishing for the Fight is a fishing tournament created by three USFSP students with the goal of beating childhood cancer. ...

USFSP hosts 2017-2018 ROCKYS

This year’s ROCKYS celebrated student leaders, organizations and faculty and staff! Click through the slideshow below to see last night’s ...

USFSP’s Literary Journal Papercut releases second volume

Papercut Literary Journal: Volume Two, an annual online and print journal at USFSP, is officially being released tomorrow, April 21, ...

Downward dogs as the sun goes down: Glow & Flow ...

Fitness Week is upon us at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg (USFSP). Campus Recreation began the fitness-filled week with ...

Delicious Dialogue tackles the gender pay gap

Delicious Dialogue is a new series this semester at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg (USFSP) and is already ...

Purple Dot Yoga heals victims one pose at a time

What does trauma look like? If you are attending a program by the Purple Dot Yoga Project, it looks like warrior ...

Project No Labels aims to better Tampa Bay

Project No Labels (PNL), a local LGBTQ+ non-profit, is trying to unite St. Petersburg’s LGBTQ+ community through inclusivity, intersectionality and ...