THIS WEEK'S EVENTS
Join students from all over Florida to Rally in Tally. Spend a day lobbying for legislative topics to Florida’s very own Representatives. Transportation and food included. Register @ www.sg.usf.edu/rallyintally
Talk to employers about full-time, co-op and internship positions in the Public Service sector! Health care, govt, law enforcement, non-profit and others. For USF students/alums only. USF ID required. For a list of employers coming go to www.career.usf.edu. Dress code: Professional attire. Tie for men required. No casual attire admitted. Career Fair workshop: Feb. 17, 10am, SVC 2088. Call 813-974-2171. Fair sponsored by the USF Career Center.
For its 2011 visit, the British International Theatre (BRIT) program focuses two very different lenses on Shakespeare’s tragedy. Combining radically different approaches to Othello in a week of shared, key scene, workshop presentations, Frantic Assembly, one of England’s premier physical theatre companies, will work with USF actors and dancers to create a multi-media piece based on Shakespeare’s tragedy, while integrating an American sensibility into the work. Veteran London director Paul Miller will provide a counterpoint to this approach, working from a traditional, text-based aesthetic, to create a dynamic stylistic blend. The result: an Othello as you’ve never seen it. February 22-26, 8pm, and February 27, 3pm, in Theatre 2. Advance tickets are $8 for students and seniors and $12 general admission, and day-of-show tickets at $10 for students/seniors and $15 for general admission. Group rates are available. For information, call the College of The Arts box office at 813-974-2323, or visit online at http://www.arts.usf.edu/
Location: MSC Amphitheater Lawn Rain Site: MSC Oval Theater
Come celebrate NIRSA Fitness Week with Campus Recreation February 21-26 for six days filled with exciting fitness-related events and activities. This week will be packed with special events and programming to acknowledge and celebrate NIRSA's founding date (February 22, 1950). This will be a week focused on the positive benefits of recreational sports, fitness and wellness. Here is a little bit of what you can expect: FREE Fitness Orientations Monday-Friday 6:15am-9:00pm in the Fitness Area Faculty\Staff Workout for FREE all week with USF Faculty/Staff ID Card FREE Give-A-Ways All week! Visit http://usfweb2.usf.edu/CampRec/nirsa.html for a list of all the events and activities that NIRSA week has to offer.
The USF Jazz Combos feature talented jazz students performing in the classic jazz small group setting. These concerts showcase the improvisational skills of these outstanding student musicians, performing music from the rich small group jazz tradition. The Jazz Chamber Ensembles are the backbone of the jazz studies degree program, as this is where students learn to interact on an improvisatory level, requiring a high level of musical expertise on the individual and group level. MUS 142- Jazz Recital Hall from 8-10PM on February 23. Free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.arts/usf.edu
The Centre Gallery invites students, faculty, staff and alumni to view “Nothing to Lose,” a photographic exhibition by Darryl Richardson documenting what was considered to be one of the bloodiest prisons in the South: the Louisiana State Penitentiary. Richardson gives viewers a first-hand inside look at the brutal reality of America’s mass incarceration culture, while also questioning the neglect prisons such as Angola (nickname of the Louisiana State Penitentiary) experience from the rest of society. The exhibition will be shown in the gallery from now until Friday, February 25. The Centre Gallery is located on the second floor of the Marshall Student Center. It is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Please visit www.centregallery.usf.edu for more information regarding current and future exhibitions, or contact us at 813-974-5464.
"The USF Jazz Ensemble II is one of 2 large jazz ensembles in the acclaimed USF Jazz Studies program. This outstanding group of musicians features some of the talented students in the jazz studies degree program as well as other School of Music majors who possess outstanding jazz skills" TAT- Theater 1 February 24, 2011 8-10PM For more information, please visit www.arts.usf.edu
The Argentine Tango Club at USF will be hosting our first Milonga of 2011! Come join us for a night of dancing, friends and fun! Free!! No experience necessary! No partner required! Free Food & Refreshments! We will have a short tango lesson at 6:30pm with Victor, so if you ever wanted to try this dance but haven't made it to any lessons, this will get you started! We also play salsa, bachata, merengue and cha cha cha! Get more info & RSVP on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=179992302041899
"...And All That Piano Jazz" - an exciting evening of Joplin Rags, Lecuona Danzas, and original improvisations by Gershwin and "Fats" Waller. "Brilliant, exultant, a keyboard virtuoso" - Die Schwabische Post. February 27, 1011 from 4-6PM in MUS- Recital Hall For more information, please visit www.arts.usf.edu
It is time for the second dance in the Spring Swing Series. Don't miss out on all the fun!
7-8pm: Dance lesson with Jared Sacramento
8:30-11pm: Dance to the slammin' sounds of DJ Slim
Free to USF Students
$5 for Non-USF Students
"Max Lifchitz, a renowned composer-conductor-pianist from State University of New York in Albany, will collaborate with USF musicians in a project called LIFCHITZ at USF-MUSIC. The program features all Lifchitz works with performances by Lifchitz and USF artist-faculty, Sang-Hie Lee, Kim McCormick, Calbert Falwell, Jay Coble, Kyoung Cho, and Robert McCormick Percussion Ensemble. The collaboration will culminate in a concert at USF on February 27, 2011, a subsequent concert in Albany, NY, and (we hope to obtain funds to perform) at Merkin Hall in New York City in the 2011-2012 season. With proper funding support, we plan to produce a CD using the state-of-the-arts recording facility in the new School of Music building. This program is significant and distinctive because the program features a Mexican-born artist who has made a significant life-time contribution and achievement in the American musical scene as a pianist, composer, and conductor. Collaboration with Max will enhance USF music faculty artists’ opportunity to perform his stunning music, produce a CD of all Lifchitz work, and an intended concert tour of New York City and Albany. The expected program includes the following: Canto de Paz (1983) for soprano, flute and piano -Kyoung Cho, Kim McCormick, Sang-Hie Lee Yellow Ribbons No. 43 (2007) for Solo Clarinet in E flat -Calvin Falwell Yellow Ribbons No. 44 (2007) for flute and piano -Kim McCormick and Sang-Hie Lee Mosaico Latinamericano (1991) for flute and piano -Kim McCormick and Max Lifchitz Do Animals Think? (1988) for soprano and trumpet -Jay Coble and Kyoung Cho Rhythmic Soundscape No. 5 (1986) Mov I Mov II Mov III -Max Lifchitz, piano (w. USF Percussion Ensemble) Transformations No.3 (1984) -Jacob Dike, marimba solo Dos Danzas: Tango Lejano & Danza Rebelde (2005) -USF Percussion Ensemble" February 27, 2011 8-10PM in MUS- Recital Hall For more information, please visit www.arts.usf.edu
Featuring over 3 dozen USF-sponsored spring and summer 2011 study abroad programs and semester study options, the Spring 2011 Education Abroad is a great resource for students who want to find out more about studying abroad. USF faculty program directors, returned study abroad students and Education Abroad office staff will be on hand to answer your questions. There will be free refreshments, international music and giveaways for everyone to enjoy. Where:Sessums Mall, outside Burger King When:Wednesday,Feb. 23, 2011 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Dr. Kristen Davis-John will present a workshop on The Many Faces of Anger on Tuesday, 2/22, 1:00pm-2:00pm in SVC 2126 (Counseling Center Conference Room). This workshop is part of the Student Success Workshop Series by the Counseling Center. For more information on the workshop series, please visit http://usfweb2.usf.edu/counsel/Workshops_&_Outreach/o_personal.asp
Marcia Hausman, Ph.D. and Nathan White, M.Ed. will present a two-session workshop on Assertive Communication on Tuesdays, 2/15 and 2/22, 3pm-4:30, in SVC 2126 (Counseling Center Conference Room). This workshop is part of the Student Success Workshop Series by the Counseling Center. For more information on the workshop series, visit http://usfweb2.usf.edu/counsel/Workshops_&_Outreach/o_personal.asp
Sad? Stressed? This 4 week group will provide information, strategies and coping skills to help manage these feelings. A holistic approach will be used to help you learn ways to decrease anxiety and improve your mood. You’ll also receive information and referral resources to help families and friends. Presented by Phyllis Feldman, MD & Swapna Mukherjea, MD. No screening or pre-registration is required. This workshop is part of the Student Success Workshop Series by the Counseling Center. For more information on the workshop series, visit http://usfweb2.usf.edu/counsel/Workshops_&_Outreach/o_personal.asp
Dr. Bob Parrino will present a workshop on the positive use of stress on Thursday, 2/24, 10am-12, in SVC 2126 (Counseling Center Conference Room). This workshop is part of the Student Success Workshop Series by the Counseling Center. For more information on the workshop series, visit http://usfweb2.usf.edu/counsel/Workshops_&_Outreach/o_personal.asp
Dr. Leonard Kirklen will present a workshop on romantic relationships on Monday, 2/21, 2pm-3:30 in SVC 2126 (Counseling Center Conference Room). This workshop is part of the Student Success Workshop Series by the Counseling Center. For more information on the workshop series, please visit the Counseling Center website.
February 20-26 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW), and USF is participating with over 20 activities! Uncertain about exercise? Wondering where to begin? What are the benefits? When is it too much or not enough? Thinking differently about exercise can help increase your desire and ability to engage in the activity and help you lead a healthier lifestyle. Come learn about how exercising can lead to a healthier body and a healthier mind! This workshop is designed to provide education about the physical and psychological benefits of engaging in regular exercise and increase your motivation to get started. *First 10 participants will receive a FREE T-shirt! Speakers: Jay Greenfeld, M.A. & Aaron C. Craig, M.S., ACSM-HFS, NSCA-CPT
February 20-26 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW), and USF is participating with over 20 activities! Who says who is beautiful? Learn about how messages from media, culture, and society influence our ideas about body image. Speaker: Akiho Tanaka, M.S.
February 20-26 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW), and USF is participating with over 20 activities! Looking for a real way to eat healthfully and maintain a healthy body? This new approach to eating may surprise you. Learn how to listen to your body, eat healthfully, and enjoy food without feeling guilty! Speaker: Kim Chism, RD, LD/N, Registered & Licensed Dietitian, Wellness Education and Promotion.
February 20-26 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW), and USF is participating with over 20 activities! Want to look and feel great? Get the real deal on the media, dieting, and nutrition. Learn ways to improve your body image, eat well, and feel great! Speakers: Jill Langer, Ph.D., Counseling Center & Kim Chism, RD, LD/N, Registered & Licensed Dietitian, Wellness Education and Promotion.
February 20-26 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW), and USF is participating with over 20 activities! Check out our life-size poster of Barbie and learn how to promote positive body image and healthy eating here on campus! Discover information and resources on body image, nutrition, and eating disorders. Meet the Student Health Services registered dietitian and learn more about healthy eating.
February 20-26 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW), and USF is participating with over 20 activities! Looking for information on body image, nutrition, and eating disorders? Come learn about these topics and more! Discover ways to promote positive body image and healthy eating here at USF!
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW) is February 20-26, and USF Campus Recreation is participating! Come and learn about healthy exercise habits. Visit the Campus Recreation Center for a FREE fitness orientation where you will learn how to properly use the exercise equipment. Our Fitness Staff will give you an opportunity to tour the facility as well as guide you through a customized experience to meet your specific interests. After the orientation, you will receive a
very helpful informational packet to take along with you for future reference. Come dressed for exercise (i.e., t-shirt, shorts/pants, close-toed athletic shoes) and see a fitness staff member on duty to schedule your FREE fitness orientation.
February 20-26, 2011 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, and USF is participating with over 20 different classes, presentations, and info sessions.
Nutrition and dieting - Healthy exercise - Stress and anxiety management with yoga and Tai Chi - we're covering it all! And come see LIFE-SIZED BARBIE in the Marshall Student Center on Monday, February 21, 1-3pm! For the full calendar, go to http://www.facebook.com/WellnessUSF
On campus and planning to vote? Stop by a polling station around campus between 7am and 7pm from Monday 2/21 - Thursday 2/24 to pick your leaders and voice your opinions on the 2011 OUR Shirt and mandatory health care.
Location: Marshall Student Center Oval Theater.
This week, Friday the 25th we will be teaching how to knit and crochet seamless, round things! Uses include: shirts, sweaters, socks, mittens, hats, cozies, scarves, etc! Come join us, Friday the 25th at noon in front of Einstein Bagels!
Don't forget to see Stan Heath Live on Thurs, Feb. 24 from 7-8pm at Beef 'O' Brady's on the Bull Session Radio Show.
VOTE for your leaders! Starting Monday, February 21 - Thursday, February 24 VOTE in the 2011 Student Body Elections for your Student Body President, Vice President, and college Senators! Voice your opinions on the 2011 OUR Shirt and mandatory health care! Come out to a polling station or visit www.usf.edu/vote!
Join in for Indian Cuisine on Thurs, Feb. 24 at the Fresh Food Company in the Argos Center from 10:30am-11pm to sample a wide selection of exotic Indian foods!
Hungry? Come out and VOTE with Pancake Man and Student Government on the MSC Lawn February 21 from 9am-12pm. Free pancakes, sausages and refreshments provided!
Gear up with us for Black History Month in Bulls Den Cafe on Mon, Feb. 21 in the Andros Center from 11am-11pm and sample a selection of great Southern style cooking and also don't miss Premium Steak Night between 4pm-11pm.
Interested in volunteering throughout the Tampa Bay area? BullSERVE (under the Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement) has great sites for you, so that you can volunteer any time of the week! The sites include: Oasis Network, Community Stepping Stones, Metropolitan Ministries, Urban Scholars Outreach Program, Feeding America, and Dr. ANV Rao Gurukulam Program. If you’re interested, please sign up on-line at: http://leadandserve.usf.edu/bullevard.php . Go Bulls!
The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida (USF) is seeking individuals who: • Are age 16 and above • Own their own vehicle • Have a valid driver’s license • Will allow a virtually unnoticeable data collection system to be installed in their personal vehicle for up to two years. There will be no permanent changes to the vehicle. • Are able to read and complete questionnaires • Have proof of valid insurance Compensation provided ($) Data kept confidential If interested, contact us at 877-495-1556 or firstname.lastname@example.org and reference “Naturalistic Driving Study.” For more information about the project please visit: http://www.shrp2nds.us
Sigma Beta Rho is a multicultural fraternity that displays the values of Society, Brotherhood, and Remembrance. We, the brothers of Sigma Beta Rho, invite you to participate in the most highly anticipated Talent Show event at the University of South Florida; Sigma Beta Rho’s 3rd Annual “USF’s Got Talent” Philanthropy event. The event will take place in the Oval Theater on Thursday, March 31st, 2011 at 8pm. Registration Deadline - Feb. 27th Late Registration Deadline - Mar. 10th Registration Packet - Available for Download via Online http://www.supashare.net/33ism1mahosy
Students for Social Justice is organizing a Flash Mob to bring attention to the attrocities that occur in the tomato fields of south Florida. This action is aimed at gaining student solidarity with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers as they march on March 5 to call on Publix to "Do the Right Thing" and recognize human and labor rights of the people producing the food they sell. Farmworkers deserve a livable wage and humane working conditions, but continue to be excluded from basic labor rights, earn sub-poverty wages, and slavery is still a reality in the fields. Publix has the responsibility to improve the lives of farmworkers by using their enormous buying power to pay JUST ONE PENNY MORE PER POUND for their tomatoes. Questions? Contact Alyse Griffin at (727) 709-1084 or email@example.com.
COME OUT FEB 28th- March 4th and enjoy a week long celebration of LEADERSHIP. LEAD Week supports and inspires student involvement. Monday February 28th Support and Inspire Student Involvement Kickoff 11am-2pm Amphitheater Tuesday Invisible Children w/ ULS and Current 8pm Ballroom A,B and C Wednesday Motivational Speaker and Focus Workshops 6pm MSC 1306 (CLCE Leadership Room) Thursday LEAD Week and Beef Studs Dance Off 8pm Amphitheater Friday If you attend the events throughout the week you will receive a ticket and that ticket will be you way into the amazing surprise event Friday march 4th. For more information go to our website www.leadandserve.usf.edu/leadweek
Each pack of condoms Wellness Education and Promotion offers students is sealed with a label that includes a message about sexual responsibility. If you think you can come up with a better quote than the REACH Peer Educators, visit our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/WellnessUSF ) and write your slogan on the Condom Label Competition event page! Submit now through February 27. You can also vote for the best condom label the week of February 28 – March 4, simply “like” your favorite label.
Every Thursday from 7:15-8pm, Crosswinds throws a FREE Dinner for all USF Students!!!
Come over and enjoy a FREE hot meal while playing Guitar Hero, PingPong or Pool. Everyone's invited!!! The USF Crosswinds Building is located on USF Sycamore Drive. If using the BullRunner, take routes A or E. There is a covered bus stop in front of the building. For more info on Dinner, email Jenn at Jennifer@usfcrosswinds.com.
Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information visit our website at www.cornerstonetampa.org
The Student Alumni Association @ USF is a student organization that is open to all undergraduate students attending this great University. It is designed to provide opportunities to support and enhance your educational and social experiences, connect you to alumni and help strengthen your ties to USF.
Createch USF, a USF Student Organization that specializes in teaching students the ability to produce creatively through technology, holds on Thursday, Feb 24, 2:30 - 4:30PM in MSC 3705 a hands-on workshop on how to design a high quality website theme. You will learn how to get together a functional mock-up, tweak layout and create a website design in Photoshop.
The Maternal and Child Health Student Organization (MCHSO) is pleased to present its 2nd Annual MCH Symposium scheduled for March 3 and 4, 2011 from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm in the Marshall Center at USF. You can register now by clicking “Events” at: http://health.usf.edu/publichealth/student_organizations/mchso/index.htm This year’s symposium is called Great Expectations: Improving Perinatal Mental Health, and we will be exploring mental health issues from pregnancy, labor, and childbirth, through breastfeeding, and early infant attachment and development. We have planned an exciting line-up of distinguished speakers from USF and beyond, as well as a poster session which will represent student research in the area of perinatal health. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Ph.D., IBCLC, is a health psychologist, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, and a specialist in mind-body medicine. She is a Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Texas Tech University School of Medicine in Amarillo, Texas and is author of more than 280 journal articles, book chapters and other publications, and author or editor of 20 books in the fields of trauma, women’s health, depression, and breastfeeding, including Depression in New Mothers, 2nd Edition (2010, Taylor & Francis), The Psychoneuroimmunology of Chronic Disease (2010, American Psychological Assn), Non-Pharmacologic Treatments for Depression in New Mothers (2008, Hale Publishing), and Breastfeeding Made Simple, (co-authored with Nancy Mohrbacher). The symposium is open and FREE to USF students, faculty, and staff, as well as community members. Please click here to register. We hope you will join us!
Prime Time at USF is a sports analytical organization that wants your sports knowledge! Next meeting is Wednesday, Feb. 23 in MSC2702! Don't forget to bring your friends too!
This seminar will give you a chance to think differently about the martial arts. This seminar will explore how to take one simple movement as the core of a multitude of applications, applying it through a range of combat and self-defense applications. Taking you from the foundations to more dramatic and lethal applications in an afternoon. No prior training is needed. The seminar will be held in REC 101 on Feb 27, 2011 from 12-4pm. Become a member of the South East Asian Martial Arts Club to get in to the seminar for free by stopping by for any of our meetings in the REC center on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 2-4pm. non-members pay $25 via paypal. For more information contact Sean at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us at http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/group.php?gid=119850934734282
NITE is a student organization that focuses on student health and wellness, campus safety and social issues affecting students on our campus. Come see how you can be involved in the planning and advertising required for major events such as Take Back the Night and Walk a Mile in Her Shoes by attending our weekly meetings Tuesdays at 5pm in MSC 3704. We hope to see you all there!
The Catholic Student Union is a faith-based organization that provides a faith community to enhance your USF experience. Through Mass, meetings, retreats, community serve projects, Bible study, and fellowship. All faiths are welcomed. Liturgy schedule for the weekend: Saturday Vigil 5pm, Sunday 10am and 7pm.
Overkill is a community of gamers that supports each other and desires to have open discussions about any topic while fragging each other! We will be gaming on March 4 from 6pm - 4am. We will be playing games such as Team Fortress 2, Starcraft 3, Left 4 Dead 2, Counter-Strike, CoD 4, Halo: Reach. Don't forget to register at www.overkill-lan.com for the BYOC. Free for all college students (IDs checked at door) with free food and free prizes!
Attention Student Organization Members & Leaders,
Sign-up now for the next SOLD Workshop: You Call the Shots! This session will be a round-table, open-forum for organizations to share challenges and struggles you are facing. Gain valuable feedback from other organizations as well as CSI staff that are here to help you!
Learn Bollywood Style Dancing for FREE every Thursday from 8-9 PM at Rec center (REC 005). Hope to see all you folks this Thursday. Join us on Facebook and Blackboard to know more about us, just type Bollywood Dance Club at USF.
The Swinging Bulls is the official swing dance club at the University of South Florida. We are a fun and lively group of students dedicated to spreading the joy and discipline gained through social dancing.
Weekly meetings will be held on Wednesdays in REC 033 from 8pm to 10:45pm. The first hour will be a dance lesson with our instructor for the semester, Jared Sacramento. The remainder of the time will be used as free dance time to practice what was taught and to ask for further instruction. This semester, we will be staring with Jitterbug (also called East Coast Swing) and moving into Lindy Hop. Lessons will be progressive, so it is vital that you attend every week for maximal learning.
This is all free to USF students. Non-USF students are more than welcome to attend, but they will be getting charged $5 to enter the REC Center.
Are you interested in group interactions? Want to belong to a Student Organization that: Gives you fun ways to help your community? Allows you to Socialize with Others Like You? Helps you with career opportunities and/or looking at potential graduate schools? The Sociology Club @ USF is meeting Wednesday, 2/23 in MSC 3712. Be there at 7:30pm!!
Church @ USF is NOT your Grandma's church!! Church @ USF was designed for YOU! What you can expect:
*Super friendly people
*An AMAZING House Band
*Truth from the Bible that can transform your life
*Opportunities to sign up to Change The World
Why not give us a try this Thursday at 8:05pm at the USF Crosswinds Building? The USF Crosswinds Building is located on USF Sycamore Drive. If using the BullRunner, take routes A or E. There is a covered bus stop in front of the building. For more info on Church, email Jenn at Jennifer@usfcrosswinds.com.
Current, LEAD Week and the University Lecture Series present: INVISIBLE CHILDREN Invisible Children is an organization that uses film, creativity and social action to end the use of child soldiers in Joseph Kony's rebel war, and restore Northern Uganda to peace and prosperity. For more information about this organization check out their website at: http://www.invisiblechildren.com/ They will be at the University of South Florida on March 1st at 8pm. This event is free for students and the public! *After the presentation, Invisible Children will be selling their merchandise to raise money for their cause. Check out their website to see what you want to buy!*
HEALTH & WELLNESS
ll students are highly encouraged to carry adequate health insurance. Since you truly never know what could happen, it is important to have coverage. Interested in the USF student medical insurance plan from United Healthcare StudentResources? Visit the Student Health Services website at: www.shs.usf.edu/insurance.aspx for benefit details, costs, and enrollment information or Contact the Student Health Services Insurance Office.
Content: Check out this week’s blog from Wellness Education and Promotion. Learn about body image and self-esteem and discover five tips for improving your body image. This week is also National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Check out the USF healthy bulls blog.
A profitable study for Women & Men interested in learning about Viral STIs You may be eligible for the study if you are: 1. 18 - 25 years old 2. Enrolled full or part time at the University 3. Able and willing to view a short educational PowerPoint on Viral STIs and response to online surveys. Volunteers in the study will be entered into a lottery drawing for FOUR chances to win $200! For more information: email@example.com (Dr. Johnson-Mallard, PI) and http://health.usf.edu/nocms/nursing/Resources_for_Students/ESBI.html Study closes February 25th!!!
Have you ever done a scavenger hunt while on a bicycle? Here's your chance! Get some fresh air, good exercise, and healthy competition. Compete in teams of 2 and prove that you know the USF Tampa campus better than anyone else by solving the clues in the fastest time. Bring your own bicycle and don't forget your helmet! If you don't have one, you can get a bicycle and helmet from Campus Recreation's Borrow Our Bikes program. The race will begin and end at Campus Recreation. Everyone will receive a prize for participating and the grand prizes will go to at least the 5 teams to finish the race. Registration is required and spaces are limited! The first 80 people to register will receive a t-shirt. You can register as a team or individual; individuals will be paired up the day of the event. To register or get more information about the event, call 813-974-4936 or visit the USF Healthy Bulls Blog.
Did you know that Florida is #1 in the nation for pedestrian and bicycle fatalities? Even if you don’t ride a bicycle, most of us are pedestrians at some point during our day. Come out to the Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Fair, to learn how to keep yourself safer while riding your bike, riding your skateboard, or walking on or off campus. We’ve got information for everyone. There will be freebies, snacks and water, as well as chances to win a ton of free prizes. If you have a bicycle, bring it with you! Don’t pass up the free opportunity to register your bicycle with the USF Police Department to protect against theft, and get a free bike tune-up to keep your bike in tip top shape! For more information about the event, visit the USF Healthy Bulls Blog.
Struggling with a certain test format? Need some tips? Check out the USF Healthy Bulls Blog and find some tips that can help you, http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/WellnessUSF
Visit Wellness Education and Promotion’s PJ Party Happy Hour on Friday, March 5, from 5 – 7 pm in the Wellness Center (MSC 1504), next to the computer store. Enjoy free snacks and mocktails while learning about stress reduction, sleep and healthful eating tips. Play games to win some great prizes including gym memberships and massage vouchers! For more information visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WellnessUSF or check out our website at www.wellness.usf.edu. Sponsored by Wellness Education and Promotion.
Every wednesday from 12-1, the Writing Center offers CompShops, an hour specifically dedicated to questions about Composition projects. Bring your 5-10 minute questions!
Feeling stuck with your classes or want to take it to the next level? Check out these workshops offered by Tutoring & Learning Services this week: "Ace Your Tests," Tuesday, Feb. 22 @ 4-5pm in LIB 201; "Ace Your Tests," Tuesday, Feb. 22 @ 4-5pm in LIB 201
USF Student Health Services offers free products, such as nicotine replacement therapy, and cessation services and support to help you quit and stay smoke free!
Do you have what it takes to be VIP? Join the USF Dining VIP Text club TODAY! Show the text, get the deal. TEXT "BULLS" TO 57711, IT'S FREE (standard text messaging rates apply)!
Join USF Dining, the USF Office of Sustainability and USF Student Environment Association to help USF win Recyclemania 2011! Bring your recyclable goods to help support a greener Earth!