Show Host of the Week: Rachel Rowan

Bulls Radio Show Host Rachel Rowan describes her show, Afternoon Delight, as her “Baby Brain Child”.  The now one year-old show originally began as a platform for Rachel to give her take on the news a comedic spin, inspired by comedians such as John Oliver and John Stewart. After time however she realized it can be a bummer to report

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The Neighbourhood – September 21st, 2015 – Bulls Radio Concert Review – Double Review

Written by Sydney Demps I first saw The Neighbourhood perform in fall of 2013, around the time their hit single “Sweater Weather” seemed to be playing non-stop around the nation. At the time I thought their performance was simply alright. Their charismatic stage presence captured you in the moment, but I couldn’t help but feel that a lack of originality

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Marshall Mayhem

Today’s the day to be proud to be a USF bull! Marshall Mayhem is the student pep rally presented by USF Athletics. Every Wednesday at noon,  at the Marshall Student Center Amphitheater, you can join the crowd of cheerful students and get excited for the home football game that Saturday. Marshall Mayhem would not be complete without the involvement of the entire

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Youthful Bulls have renewed opportunity in 2016

The USF women’s basketball post-season loss at home during the NCAA Tournament Second Round did not feature a public promise from head coach Jose Fernandez reminiscent of last year’s WNIT quarterfinal exit. With the Bulls returning their entire starting lineup and five players from both the 2013 and 2015 NCAA Tournament, there is no need to once again reassure the

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(Gallery) USF’s 2015 NCAA Women’s Tournament run

The USF Bulls women’s basketball matched a program best 27-win season while earning hosting rights for the first time in school history with their at-large bid. Watch as they practiced and played their way to the Round of 32 against Louisville at the Sun Dome. Please click the pictures to expand the photos.

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USF’s NCAA Tournament run ended at home by Louisville

USF shooting guard Courtney Williams swished a 3-pointer during the final minute against No. six Louisville in the Round of 32 that did not feel the same to her despite the home crowd’s approval. Unlike her earlier shot from beyond the arch in the seventh minute of the game that cancelled a 10-point deficit, she was not cheering or making

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Familiar Louisville returns to play USF in Round of 32

Louisville and USF were once conference foes who played each other for seven straight years. Despite the history, there is no bad blood between the two head coaches who described their relationship as friendly. Even before the brackets were released, No. 3 seed Cardinals head coach Jeff Walz had a conversation with No. 6 seed USF’s Jose Fernandez. “’Jose, we’re

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NCAA Tournament host Bulls earn memorable victory against LSU

Never had USF fans this year come together at one time to a women’s basketball game like the historic match against No. 11 seed LSU in the first round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament. They had never seen the Bulls host an NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament hosted in the Sun Dome, and for nine years, they never saw a player

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Out of injury, USF’s point guards bond and become roommates

Point guards Shalethia Stringfield and Laura Marcos Canedo go to sleep in the apartment they share not knowing who earned the starting position they compete for throughout the week. Despite the challenge for playing time on the court, their mentally off the court focuses on friendship, going as far as leaving any conversation about USF basketball at the door. “We

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