Month: October 2022

Student Athletes Start Organization ‘Morgans Message’ to Promote Mental Health

By: Caroline Nordheim “How are you doing?” That golden question comes up every session. Every week, she dreads her check-ins with the University of Duke sports therapist, but because she was injured, she has to go. However, she knows what to say to check the boxes to be cleared. She would much rather be on […]

Businesses Give Out Free Tickets, Food, and More With Buccaneers Wins

By: Arianna Santiago  At the beginning of the 2022 football season, Kane’s Furniture Store announced that they would be giving away free Busch Gardens tickets. The tickets are one per individual and are only given when they score 21 or more points in any game this season–while supplies last. In order to receive a ticket, […]

New Reports Show Nearly 70 Percent Decline in Animal Populations 

By Alejandro Ramirez A new report from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) shows a catastrophic decline in wild animal populations, with a nearly 70 percent decline since 1970.  The report used the Living Planet Index in order to analyze 32,000 populations of 5,270 different vertebrate species. Vertebrates include amphibians, fish, reptiles, mammals, and birds. They […]

‘No One Has an Excuse’: Student Guide to Voting in the 2022 Midterm Elections

By Chuck Merlis The 2022 midterm elections, which are being held nationwide on Nov. 8, 2022, are rapidly approaching. The deadline to register to vote in the state of Florida, which was Oct. 11, 2022, has passed. However, voter registration deadlines are state-to-state, and University of Tampa students from out of state can find up-to-date […]

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