USF's Got Talent each year reminds us exactly of all the talent that USF has. So many amazing acs graced the stage. There was such a diverse range of talents and so much girl power, originality, culture, creativity, and crowd pleasing. We are thankful to everyone who was a part of the show, those on stage, those backstage, and those in the audience!
Bisaria was this year's winner of CAB's annual DJ Competition, a competition where some of the talented DJs at the school gather in UC 1st for the opportunity to open up for Donaroo's big headliners! Bisaria was this year's winner (and he also won two years ago when we had Cold War Kids and Alunageorge). Find out all about him below from juggling a 4+1 program at USF in Developmental Economics, performing in different venues around the city, playing the saxophone, his passion for theater and teaching it, his musical inspirations, and a famous neighbor he had in his hometown.
Excited for CAB's Roller Rink Monday but never been to, or heard of, a silent disco? Have no fear, a crash course is here! Find out all you need to know (with visuals too) about this fun and unique dance party before Monday. Be sure to keep your Monday free too! Free food, free skating, free silent disco party to enjoy as a treat for a busy semester!
A special thank you to the caterers who satisfied our appetites, the volunteers who floated around and kept the event afloat, the haunted house actors who tested our vocals, the Photo Booth for supplying us with cute little square memories, SLE for capturing moments of the night, the headband makers and the face painters that brought a little beauty to the gore, and of course CAB for their blood, sweat, and tears in putting together this event!
It was a dark and foggy night on October 26th. All throughout USF’s Campus, there was not a single don in sight. But booming screams could be heard, from faces and voices that slithered in the night. They were all coming from McLaren. They stabbed through the deafening silence around seven. They were screams of excitement and terror and fright, and they continued until 10:30 at night. The howls and cries attracted many footprints over time. From dorms and buses and Lyfts. Oh my. And when they approached the screams, what they found, was the best, free Halloween entertainment in town…