On the last day of the USF Human Right’s Film Festival, women’s rights moved to the forefront. Domestic violence, oppression, and sexuality were just a few underlying topics that motivated the talented directors showcasing their work this past Saturday. Director Cecelia Montagut was able to capture  in her film “Women Under Suspicion.” Continue reading Spanish Women’s History Explored At USF Film Fest
Communications major and USF senior Jon Antonio was a student in Beth Hoffman’s Audio Production class last semester, during which he was able to use his passion for music and combine it with his narrative talent. Continue reading PODCAST: History and sounds of beat boxing
Kim Kardashian released photos earlier this week of her cover for Paper Magazine, in which her bare rear end is displayed. Her goal to “break the internet” was somewhat met when the photos were promptly accompanied by furious photoshop allegations. Additional photos began to circulate, claiming to be the original, unedited copies, but Paper quickly claimed the photos to be fake, and denied making any substantial edits to Kim Kardashian’s figure. Regardless, it appears that the general public does not accept these photos to be realistic or natural. What do you believe this magazine cover is doing to America’s perception of body image? How do you feel about women’s bodies after seeing the images? Continue reading DON on the Street: Kim Kardashian’s Nudes and Body Image
As a woman, I never understood the way men wore their baseball caps. Forward or backwards, so many different prints and fittings, tags kept on — I always wondered, is there a certain politics to how guys wear their ball caps? Continue reading The History and Politics of the Baseball Cap
For anyone who has attended a USF basketball game at War Memorial Gym in the 21st century, it would be easy to mistake the Dons for a run-of-the mill mid-major team that has been mired in mediocrity since the basketball program’s inception. But if they happened to look up at the gym’s ceiling, the sight of the two NCAA Championship banners would instantly dispel any assumptions.
Continue reading Dons Through Time: Examining the Greatness of the 1950s Champions