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Occupy USF Students Protest Tuition Hike
TAMPA (2011-11-15)
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Q&A on Worst Air Polluters in Florida
TAMPA (2011-11-8)
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Will USF Polytechnic Break Away?
TAMPA (2011-11-8)
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The bruising battle over USF Polytechnic’s push for independence is pitting community leaders against each other and raising the ire of students and faculty. We’ll hear both sides of the story on the eve of the vote by the Board of Governors. (photo credit Bay News 9)
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USF student at the 2011 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event
Once again, the men of USF have put on women’s high heels as part of the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event. University Beat on WUSF TV introduces you to some of the participants in this year’s Walk and finds out why they took part.

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Class at USF Center for Entrepreneurship (courtesy USF College of Business)
With unemployment still high, it’s more important than ever for business schools to turn out self-starting students with innovative ideas. The Princeton Review is once again honoring USF’s Center for Entrepreneurship for doing just that. This week's University Beat on WUSF 89.7 looks at the Center and introduces you to a graduate who has started two successful companies by the age of 25.
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Mile in Her Shoes
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Michael W. Fountain, PhD., MBA, Director, USF Center for Entrepreneurship
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Dr. Michael Fountain, Director of the USF Center for Entrepreneurship, talks about the Center's history, the honors it has received, and why it's been so successful.

USF Center for Entrepreneurship graduate Jonathan Solomon talks about his new company, Rescue Bands.

Preventing Hate Crime in Tampa Bay
TAMPA (2011-11-1)
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USF student at the 2011 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event
Once again, the men of USF have put on women’s high heels as part of the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event. University Beat on WUSF TV introduces you to some of the participants in this year’s Walk and finds out why they took part.

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USF students don heels at the 2011 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event
It’s become a bizarre, annual occurrence: male faculty and students don women’s shoes to walk…as best as they can…around USF’s Tampa campus. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 takes you to the “Walk A Mile in Her Shoes” event, where eliminating sexual violence is the ultimate goal.
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It’s the sort of thing no one thinks could happen in their community – a group of teenagers beating a man to death, just because he’s Hispanic. That’s what happened in 2008 in the town of Patchogue, New York. And now, Tampa Bay residents are asking how to prevent it from happening here. The documentary “Not in Our Town: Light in the Darkness” chronicles how the Long Island village responded to the murder of Marcelo Lucero, an immigrant from Equador. More than 50 people gathered Tuesday evening to watch the documentary and discuss discrimination in our region, led by the group Community Tampa Bay. Fifteen-year-old Anna Gomez of Tampa says she hears anti-immigrant slurs every day. She says it’s not enough to react to a hate crime after it occurs. “Of course, when somebody’s murdered, it’s human instinct to come together," she said. "But are we equipped and are we working for this NOT to happen? Not to be ready if it does happen, but for this not to happen?” The event is part of the Not in Our Town Inclusive Communities Initiative. WUSF is one of 12 public media partners to received grant funding for the project.
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A Spirit-Filled Tour of Tampa Bay
TAMPA (2011-10-31)
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Zombies Are a Popular Culture Icon
TAMPA (2011-10-31)
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