Bulls Radio is one of Florida's largest student-run radio stations. Every aspect of operation is handled by student workers and volunteers.Bulls Radio (known as "WBUL" up until Fall 2009) first went on the air in 1988, broadcasting from the Andros classroom building with very primitive equipment. From those humble beginnings, the station grew into a valuable media resource and educational tool for the USF community. Volunteers are the heart of the organization. Student volunteers interested in music, journalism, and radio have the opportunity to work with and learn from professionals in their field of interest.
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Casey DeFreitas is a senior majoring in mass communications who has a knack for setting goals almost out of reach. Experienced in writing and editing, she's constantly looking for ways to improve her craft and gain meaningful experience.
Full Health was cancelled this week due to a scheduling conflict with a USF Women’s Basketball game. It’s okay, below is everything we would have talked about, like games released this week and news, plus more!
What Full Health has been up to:
Robert and I (Casey) competed in a Super Smash Bros. Melee tournament through the Video Game Club. We made it to the semifinals but lost, and then lost in the loser’s bracket. Not too bad for two days of practice.
Follow us on twitter and tweet us for a chance to win a Gold Hurly Familiar code for Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch.
If you tweet us and like Ubisoft at USF on Facebook, you’ll have a chance to win even more stuff, such as T-shirts, posters, random items and videogame related gift cards – and that’s just through Full Health! By liking Ubisoft at USF, you’ll automatically be entered to win a bunch of awesome stuff from them, too.
Week of January 30
This week, Full Health got a caller, complained about demo download speeds, discussed My Little Ponies made out of food, DJ Milez talks about his first smarthphone game – “Banana Kong,” and much more.
Want to know more about Full Health? Skip to the bottom of the page!
Week of Jan. 23
From now on Full Health, Bulls Radio's videogame talk show, will be writing news recaps to complement the weekly podcast. Here, we will link to everything we mentioned on the show, touch upon news, and sometimes elaborate on topics we didn't have time to.
For more information on the show and its hosts, skip to the bottom of this post.
Last week was pretty dry on free food, but this week has plenty of free food to offer on Tuesday and Wednesday! Get acquainted with student organizations, dance at a masquerade and more, all while enjoying free food this week.
There is no shortage of events to attend during USF's Week of Welcome. Even better, there is also no shortage of events offering free food! We've compiled a list of these events for you to take advantage of. Don't miss out on a single free meal this week!
At the bottom of the “Outdoor Training” page of USF’s Outdoor Recreation website, there is a list of Outdoor Recreation Workshops.
“Outdoor Recreation offers a variety of skills trainings [sic], some of which are described below,” reads the webpage.
Kayak Safety & Rescues, Navigation, Backpacking Basics, Backcountry cooking and Geocaching101 are all listed as workshops. The most expensive: Kayak Safety & Rescues at $15 per USF student and Navigation, Backpacking Basics and Geocaching 101 all at $5 per USF student.
Shaneeria Persaud, exhausted and slick with sweat, fast walks down a grassy path on Alumni Drive. She’s sporting bright blue Nike sneakers with pink shoelaces and a black T-shirt.
Katie Jones, a dietitian, and Brittney Townsend, an exercise science volunteer, walk beside her.
“When we cross the street,” Jones calls to Persaud, “we’re jogging, because you caught that breath you’ve been trying to catch.”
They pick up the pace.
Another volunteer is waving an embellished neon green sign and shouting encouragement just ahead on the corner of Alumni and Maple, the three mile mark.
It doesn't only mark the end of the 5K run, but the end of a 12-week long health and lifestyle fitness program.
The sign says, “I Dropped It!”
There seems to be a never ending supply of free food on campus. Take advantage of everything being offered with this handy guide of free food for the week. Never lose track, never miss out!
A flash mob performed “You Can’t Stop the Beat,” from the musical “Hairspray” in the Marshall Student Center today at 12:10 p.m. to promote the School of Theatre & Dance’s production of the musical.
Raechelle Egan, the student playing Tracy Turnblad in “Hairspray,” began the flash mob with a short solo verse. Soon, students also performing in the show joined her, creating a full crowd of dancers. Egan said in the real show there will be many more performers during the finale.
“We just did it to promote because we want to get a lot of people excited about it,” Egan said. “’Hairspray' is a really awesome show.”
The opening show is Thursday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 for students. Click here for more show dates and times.
Applications for Spring 2013 Signature Event Grants are due on Oct. 12. Signature Events are events put on by a collaboration of three or more organizations and belong to at least one of these four categories: tradition and school spirit, professional/academic development, diversity and visual/performing arts.