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On March 22, 2019, I announced that I would be stepping away from this blog and from the archaeogaming Twitter account in order to finish my archaeology PhD at the University of York and could then turn my attention to the archaeology of digital things, of which games play ( 330 more words

Archaeogaming

What Can You Accomplish in One Year at USF?

By Jailyn Montero

TAMPA- Many people who come to a university find it difficult to get involved within the school. A student at the University of South Florida, Marco Terron-Barreto, is heavily involved within the university while maintaining his grades. 273 more words

Editing

USF Engineering Student Builds Animal-Like Robots

John Rippetoe is a robotics researcher and Ph.D. candidate at one of the University of South Florida’s computer engineering labs.

Rippetoe grew up playing outside like countless other kids but found an interest in engineering early on due to playing with Legos and video games. 335 more words

Florida Focus

27 more possible graves found at closed Florida reform school

A report says a company doing pollution cleanup at a shuttered Florida reform school may have found more graves of the nearly 100 boys estimated to have died there. 188 more words

World

WUSF: USF Launches Measles Simulator For Florida

WUSF: USF Launches Measles Simulator For Florida. “A new online measles simulator shows how quickly the disease could spread in Florida. It models the state’s actual population, taken from census data, and considers how people move about the region and interact.”

Research & Opinion

What if the Big East still played football?

Big East football was the biggest casualty of the 2010-2014 NCAA conference realignment period, as the conference that had been founded around basketball talent had worked their way to being a major football conference before some of their top programs had left when Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College left for the ACC in 2004-2005. 5,443 more words

College Football

USF Student Builds Robots to Help People with Disabilities

 
By Nicholas Cunfer

Mohamed Yassin is a senior undergraduate student at the University of South Florida (USF) who is building robots to help people with disabilities. 375 more words

Florida Focus