politics

‘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 ...

Dare to dream: dealing with DACA when your best friend ...

There is no discernible difference between Maria who was born in Colombia and her younger sister Andrea who was born ...

Thousands March For Our Lives in Tampa

Kiley Gardens was drowning in a sea of signs Saturday as protesters gathered to demand gun reform. The Tampa March ...

Campus Clips: $3.5 million Student Government budget passed

The nearly $3.5 million Student Government (SG) 2018-2019 budget passed at a second hearing in the SG general assembly meeting. ...

Milestones in women’s history in 2017

In celebration of Women’s History Month, here are a few milestones in women’s history from 2017.  Infographic by Haley Jordan/Connect. ...

Campus Clips: How the Student Government budget works – ...

Now that the elections have passed, it is time for the Student Government (SG) to finalize the 2018-2019 budget. The ...

Connect Women on International Women’s day

As International Women’s Day comes and goes, a few of our staff have reflected upon the recent events of the #MeToo ...

Campus Clips: And the election winner is…

The results of the  2018 Student Government election are in, and the presidential ticket goes to Daniel Kaeden Kelso and ...

Campus clips: things you should know about the election, in ...

Twice a year, the University of South Florida St. Petersburg (USFSP) holds Student Government Association (SGA) elections. Past and present ...

A threat to democracy: no, not the Russians, gerrymandering

Thursday, a group of Democratic voters, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf, Democratic lawmakers and a group of Republican activists submitted new ...