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New expectations for Bulls in 2019-20

After winning the College Basketball Invitational last season, the expectations for USF’s season are higher than they’ve been in recent memory. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE/GOUSFBULLS There’s something different surrounding the Bulls as the 2019-20 season begins. And it’s something that…

Bulls’ offense scores early and often on Senior Night

Harrison Devenish-Meares only had to make one save Friday night on his way to his fourth clean sheet of the season. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE/GOUSFBULLS Coming off a frustrating offensive performance against UCF last weekend, USF men’s soccer (9-5-1, 3-3)…

First Lady Sharon Robinson and Football Team Perform Community Service on Road Trips

While the Florida A&M University football team continues winning on the field, the Rattlers are also serving the community.    On a recent trip to play South Carolina State University, the team visited the South Carolina State Capitol in Columbia.  FAMU…

Eastern Florida Students to Present “Admissions”

October 31, 2019 – Students at the Eastern Florida State College Melbourne Campus will present the play “Admissions” by Joshua Harmon on Wednesday, November 6 at the King Center for the Performing Arts in the Studio Theatre.

FAMU SBI Faculty Member Recognized For Promoting Women in Business

By Amiracle Grant Gina Kinchlow, MBA, a long-time marketing instructor in the Florida A&M University (FAMU) School of Business and Industry (SBI) and a business consultant, was recently recognized for her efforts to promote women in business.  Kinchlow received the…

From patient to doctor: How Tyler Sexton overcame adversity

Some people may associate the word disability with “limitation.” But, USF alumnus Dr. Tyler Sexton has proven that he is far from it. Sexton “checks up” with the Marshall Student Center audience and shares his experience on how he did…

NCAA votes to allow student-athletes to benefit from name and likeness

The NCAA’s Board of Governors voted unanimously Tuesday to allow student-athletes the ability to benefit from their name, image and likeness. The board’s vote directs each NCAA division (Division I, Division II and Division III) to immediately consider “modernization of…

NOTEBOOK: USF hosts Saint Leo in open-door exhibition

USF hosts Saint Leo on Tuesday night in an open-door exhibition at the Yuengling Center. ORACLE PHOTO/BRIAN HATTAB The first opportunity to see USF men’s basketball at the Yuengling Center since Game 1 of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) final…

Dining Services grilled over Chick-fil-A expansion

Chick-fil-A is the most popular single retail location on campus with an average of about 9,000 guests weekly. ORACLE PHOTO/HALEY WIRTH USF’s Commitment To Honor states that the university respects “the dignity and intrinsic value of all persons.” However, Elan…

Bulls make Pirates walk plank in 45-20 victory

USF defeated East Carolina 45-20 on Saturday. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE/GOUSFBULLS GREENVILLE, N.C. — The concept of bouncing back is something USF is all too familiar with.  A week after being held to only a field goal against Navy, the…