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Being ugly in Japan

May 6, 2019

“If you are ugly and awkward in Japan, you may have trouble finding a mate.” According to the League of Lonely Souls, this is the main reason for their coalition. The Lonely Souls leader, Akimoto, also believes there is too much pressure for romance in Japan. He adds romance is pushed on us “bec...

21 Savage

Breonna Peddleton, Staff

May 2, 2019

Atlanta’s well-known artist Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, also known as 21 Savage, got indicted on February 3, 2019. Just a few hours before the Super Bowl, 21 Savage was driving when out of nowhere guns and lights were in his face. As 21 savage stated, all he heard was ICE say “We got Savage.” That...

Sunday morning at the Indie Flea Market

Carla Ibanez, Staff

April 18, 2019

  By now, most students are familiar with Armature Works, one of the new­est sensations of down­town Tampa. This building not only offers a variety of restaurants but also fun events that you cannot miss. One of them is the In­die Flea Market, which has become very popular. Every t...

Not Just an alcoholic

Not Just an alcoholic

Kaitlyn Narvaez, Staff

April 8, 2019

Most people think that Alcoholic Anonymous is just for crazy drunks that sit around and swap drunk stories, but in reality, it is not. AA is a place for recovering alcoholics and sometimes drug users to sit around and support each other in the time of recovery. It was designed to help some recovering...

In our own backyard

In our own backyard

Kaitlyn Narvaez

April 8, 2019

     Lettuce Lake Park, conveniently located just a mere 10 minutes from the University of South Florida just off of Fletcher Ave, had so much to offer. Lettuce Lake Park was opened in 1982 and is operated by Hillsborough County Parks. It is open to everyone for a $2 entrance fee per car...

Please keep all hands and feet inside

Jaalin Harvey

March 29, 2019

  Here in Florida, we are the lucky few million peo­ple who are able to live around the theme park capi­tal of the world, Orlando. From Tampa, most of us are only a few hours or so away from the vacation des­tination. Although we ride count­less rides and enter the gates of sever...

One Child Nation

One Child Nation

Yesenia Bustamante, Hawkeye Staff

March 29, 2019

In the 2019 Sundance Festival, Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang took the grand jury Prize for U.S. Documentary with their riveting film on the effects of the one-child policy in China. This policy was implemented heavily for 35 years, from 1979 to 2015. Both of the directors were born under this pol...

More magic arriving at Hogsmede

More magic arriving at Hogsmede

Jaalin Harvey

March 29, 2019

For nearly a decade, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter has been delighting guests at Universal Orlando Resort’s Islands of Adventure theme park. If you have been to the wizarding world recently you might have noticed that the Dragon Challenge coaster is now gone and there is construction going on...

There’s a new festival in town

There’s a new festival in town

Jason Turner, Staff

March 26, 2019

Get ready to be disrupted by a new traveling festival. This summer marks the beginning of The Rockstar Energy Drink DISRUPT Festival. There are 25 dates for the festival, which comes to the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre on June 26. Tickets go on sale March 29 at 10 a.m. According to their website...

Yes, punk rock has rules

Yes, punk rock has rules

Jason Turner, Staff

March 22, 2019

As Kevin Bivona, guitarist of The Interrupters (www.wearetheinterrupters.com), told people at the Orpheum on March 9, the first rule of punk is to pick people up when they fall down. The Interrupters played a sold-out show along with opening acts Masked Intruder and Rat Boy. Starting with “A Frien...

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