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Tampa Bay Strikers revamp team logo

Strikers

The Tampa Bay Strikers, an expansion team in the National Indoor Soccer League (NISL), set to begin their inaugural season at the Yuengling Center on the Tampa campus of USF this December, has revised and updated their team logo due to feedback received from fans. “A lot of people reached out to let us know…

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Lightning goal horn sounds prematurely again

Goal Horn

At last night’s NHL Eastern Conference Final game between the Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers, which the Lightning won 4-1 to even the best-of-seven series at two games apiece, the goal horn went off after a shot from Lightning defenseman Jan Ruuta went wide of the net at the 14:50 mark of the…

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USF loses accreditation after live bull incident

The University of South Florida has lost its accreditation after an accident involving a live bull took place on their campus during school spirit week. A live 500-pound Cuban bull was released into the Ronald M. Donald cafeteria on Tuesday, which wreaked havoc and caused millions of dollars in damage. It went on a rampage…

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Why aren’t we Ice Bucket Challenging COVID?

Ice Bucket Challenge

Seven and a half years ago, the nation was swept up in the Ice Bucket Challenge, an activity where people videotaped themselves pouring buckets of ice water over their heads in an effort to cure cancer. Men, women, kids, celebrities, Canadians. Even USF students. We were all united in a common cause. And guess what?…

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USF hires guy who just got caught cheating as defensive coordinator

New USF COORDINATOR

TAMPA, FL — Last Monday, USF Football announced that they had fired Defensive Coordinator Glenn Spencer. Less than 24 hours later, they announced his replacement. “It is my pleasure to announce the hiring of my neighbor, Ben Faithfullerson, as Defensive Coordinator,” Head Coach Jeff Scott declared in his weekly press conference. Not much is known…

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Scientists worried machines are already closer to becoming self-aware than most humans

Researchers at the University of South Florida in Tampa are concerned that advances in artificial intelligence (AI) could lead to machines becoming sentient and more self-aware than most human beings in the very near future, if it hasn’t happened already. “It’s already occurring”, said Dr. Ruupi Gruvar. “Machines with human-level intelligence are on the horizon.…

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DeSantis dedicates new science facility at USF

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis visited the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida to attend the dedication ceremony for the new Dennis Nedry Science Center. “Here’s a man who dedicated his life to science, a true innovator in the fields of computer programming, cyber security and shaving cream containers, who never lost sight of…

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Delta Alpha Beta Variant Emerges at USF Tampa

Frat Guys

“It came on so suddenly,” said Mike Penlip, a sophmore at USF in Tampa. “I had this overwhelming urge to binge the Joe Rogan Experience.” Penlip was your average hardworking USF student. He was studying Accounting with a minor in Finance. All of his extracurricular activities were academic, and he took school very seriously. He…

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