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InsIde thIs Issue Crescent Hill completes security camera system
By Maryam Saleh USF Information Technology Center on Holly Drive, was “In the past, there was
C O R R E S P O N D E N T chose the cameras that will be constructed 13 years ago, a delay,” he said. “Now, it’s at
installed, and Physical Plant will Granda said. Cameras were our fingertips.”
be in charge of their operation, installed when it was built, According to UP records,
By next week, a new security Granda said. Most of the PATS but they have since become there have been 40 hit and
system on campus will allow budget comes from campus outdated. run accidents in the campus
University Police (UP) to parking permit sales, he said. Granda said the four other parking garages since the
M oN tA GE supervise USF’s parking facilities The old surveillance system parking garages on campus are beginning of the fall 2010
USF art students travel to from anywhere in the world. included on-site display screens all less than 8 years old and were semester, six of which happened
New York City. Page 4 More than 20 new at multiple locations across already equipped with cameras this semester.
surveillance cameras will be campus that were not always compatible with the new There have been no reported
Montage installed in the Crescent Hill monitored. If an incident surveillance system. break-ins in any of the parking
Parking Facility, a project occurred, UP Public Information Though the new security system garages since the beginning of the
that will require $37,000 of Officer Lt. Chris Daniel said, will allow for instant access, Daniel semester, according to UP records,
Parking and Transportation officers would have to go back to said it may not help solve cases, and the last theft to take place in
Services (PATS) operating review the tapes. such as hit and run accidents, that the Crescent Hill Parking Facility
budget, Parking Operations The new system will allow UP occur in the garage, as there are occurred April 23. The last car
Manager Frank Granda said. to access surveillance footage usually other vehicles in the way burglary on campus took place
The additions will from across campus in live obstructing crimes. July 26 in the Richard A. Beard
bring the security cameras in stream on the Internet, from any “It’s one more element to Parking Facility.
the oldest parking garage on location. work on,” he said, “but it’s not a Granda said students do not
S po rtS campus up to par with the “We have gone from the case solver.” have to worry about this week’s
Men’s soccer heads to Louisville. rest, he said, therefore allowing technology of the ’90s to the Daniel said the quicker installation process impacting
BACK all of the campus garages to digital age,” Granda said. access will increase police their ability to park in the garage,
operate off of a centralized The Crescent Hill garage, which efficiency while investigating as none of the parking spaces will
video surveillance system. sits behind the Marshall Student cases. be closed off.
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The project will be
scene-heard or take After months of planning funded by the MSC, which set
a photo of the QR and deliberation, a canopy aside a $600,000 budget for the
code below with a will be constructed over the project. Synovec said MSC
Marshall Student Center’s officials hope to include
QR reader app on (MSC) outdoor amphitheater solar panels in the canopy
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to be completed by Jan. 28. funding.
MSC Director Joe Synovec “We’re hoping that the
said the idea for the (Student) Green (Energy) Fee
project came after he and Fund will pay for the solar
other MSC staff members panels,” he said.
attended several events at The Student Green Energy
the amphitheater last fall. Fee funds are used to help
The intense Florida heat that USF conserve energy, reduce
plagued the outdoor events energy costs, lower
inspired them to build a greenhouse gas emissions and
structure to block the sun. promote renewable energy
Synovec said a feasibility technology. If the fund does
study was conducted not pay for the solar panels,
from February to March to they will not be included in the
determine the estimated cost project, Synovec said.
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CANOPY each year at the amphitheater.
A lot of Lulav
She said the canopy
Continued from PAGE 1 would benefit student
organizations hosting events
After the feasibility study “It’s either hot or it’s raining
was completed in May, the MSC, (when we have the events),”
Student Affairs and Facilities Stassin said. “I think it’ll be
Planning and Construction helpful … because people do
agreed to proceed with the get very hot, and a lot of
project, Synovec said. our events are very active, so
The canopy will provide people do tend to overheat
shade, but is not designed to faster with all the walking we
fully protect against the rain, do with the marches.”
Synovec said. It will almost During construction,
entirely protect the stage the amphitheater will be
area and some of the fenced off and unavailable
general area, but will be for use.
made of a permeable MSC officials had hoped to
material to allow better begin construction during the
airflow and lower the cost of summer, but planning had not
the structure. It will also yet been completed.
include large fans, similar to Synovec said the area will be
those found at the Campus more comfortable to use and
Recreation Center. will generate more revenue
“It’ll be a venue which is that can be used to run MSC.
cool and windy,” he said. Students are able to use the
“It’ll be a space you can use amphitheater at no charge, but
comfortably.” non-USF members are charged
Erin Stassin, a senior $225. Departments pay
majoring in criminology half-price.
and English literary studies “We’re excited,” he said.
USF Hillel Rabbi Uriel Rivkin, junior majoring in geography Gabriel Fuks, and senior majoring in and p re s i d e n t of “We think it’s going to make
biology Brian Lehrer, celebrated the biblical holiday of Sukkos by shaking Lulav fronds and etrog student organization N.I.T.E., the space very much more
fruits by the Marshall Student Center on Monday to thank God for their body parts. The Lulav hosts multiple events desirable.”
represents the spine, eyes and lips, and the etrog represents the heart. ORACLE PHOTO/TONY GORDON
Homecoming flies high
The Marshall Student Center was decorated in green and gold Monday to kick off the first day of
Homecoming week. At the center of the first floor was a sand-filled hourglass representing this year’s
theme, “History of yesterday, mystery of tomorrow, gift of the present.” ORACLE PHOTO/EDUARDA CASTRO
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NYC lights inspiration for USF art students
a vast industrial space filled with houses the works of
By Chloe Lykes dark, sketched pieces. At Ry Vincent Van Gogh, Robert
COR R ESPON DENT Rocklen’s show, “Believe You Rauschenberg and Barnett
Me,” visitors were encouraged to Newman.
walk barefoot on textured tiles. Though MoMA’s line Friday
A group of 22 USF students Condon and another USF art night snaked around two city
hopped off the subway and onto professor, Neil Bender, offered blocks, students didn’t want to
Canal Street on Friday morning, this opportunity through their miss out on its special exhibition,
making their way through the contacts in the New York City art “de Kooning: A Retrospective.”
various boroughs of New York scene. Though she teaches at USF, “I loved looking at de
City to the Lower East Side for a Condon works at her art studio in Kooning’s paintings because
weekend of art and inspiration. Brooklyn year-round. there was so much movement
Before noon Friday, USF Students were responsible through the pieces,” said Brittany
undergraduate and graduate for booking their own flights Boucher, a senior majoring
students were reunited with and accommodations, and in art.
their classmates and art several students stayed in the Boucher and a few other
professor Elisabeth Condon to city longer than the weekend. students took a particular
experience the city’s annual Condon loosely structured the interest in artist Jenny Saville’s
outburst of open, free art trip to let students develop exhibition titled, “Continuum.”
exhibitions between the months a unique, personal Housed in the same building
of September and October. experience with the city and as Andy Warhol’s photography
Students of Condon’s three its art. collection, “Liz,” and Bob
classes, advanced drawing, Caroline Collette, a senior Dylan’s “The Asia Series” acrylic
painting and a selected topics majoring in art with a focus in paintings, Saville’s works were
class, made the trip along with painting, reserved a week to somewhat overlooked.
others interested in going. explore the city. Collette arrived Students congregated in the
Before leaving Tampa, Condon Friday and said she will stay at two rooms dedicated to Saville’s
emailed her students the a friend’s place in the city until massive sketches and pastel
weekend’s itinerary of more Saturday. works dominated by ominous
than 50 art shows open from “I’ll just be hanging out with themes. In these rooms, Boucher
Friday to Sunday. The list also friends, looking at galleries, and applied the advice offered by
revealed that students would Saturday, I’m going to the Murs Condon, trying to relate to them
have a chance to visit the concert,” she said. as a fellow artist.
working studios of three major Rick Dailey, a graduate “Saville was my favorite. I
artists — David Humphrey, student studying fine arts, could see hints of her style in
Wendy White and Rosanna started his trip early and arrived my work,” Boucher said. “She
Bruno. in the city Wednesday evening. creates motion from sketching
She said the out-of-state field “I’ve been able to experience something out, perfecting
trip was voluntary, but highly the different types of potential that image around it.”
recommended. galleries for my own work,” he This was Condon’s eighth
“From the trip, I hope students said. “It’s been a real chance for time hosting a student trip such
feel affirmed and get inspired artistic growth because I’ve been as this, and expects student
from the visual works,” she said. able to see how I stack up against studios to change after returning
“They’re seeing a level of art not professional work, and I’ve to Tampa. Her favorite part of
available in Tampa.” been able to see how they live the trip is the aftermath, when
Students were exposed to and work.” it becomes obvious the depth
all mediums of art across New Though the city is notorious and quality of her students’
York City, stretching from the for being expensive, students work intensifies after better
Lower and Upper East sides, didn’t need to budget for art understanding the practice of
over to Chelsea and following a shows. Every show on the looking at art.
30-minute subway ride to extensive itinerary was free. “After we return, the studio
Brooklyn. In addition, every Friday night is going to be cranking, and Top: A street view of New York City.
Students visited the Cueto Target sponsors free entry into students will be interacting more Bottom: Brittany Boucher, left, and Elisabeth Condon, right, walk bare-
foot through Ry Rocklen’s show “Believe You Me.”
Project gallery, featuring Marko the Museum of Modern together,” she said. MONTAGE PHOTOS/CHLOE LYKES
Velk’s exhibition, “Transitation,” Art (MoMA), which
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TEST “I know they went through
a slide there and their year SCORER this team will struggle to
whose 8-4-1 record
not an indication of its
Continued from BACK last year was disappointing Continued from BACK Sophomore Christopher strength. The Cardinals were
for them, but they have Waugh, Dwyer’s substitute on close to the ultimate prize
rebounded with a thunderous eliminate him completely the Bulls’ bench, has shown last year, losing 1-0 to Akron
“So, when you look at them roar here as they’re coming from games. What will the flashes of brilliance with both in the national title game.
with what they have done into the 2011 season, and Bulls do to counter that? his speed and ability to create Kiefer and the
through six games, they are I think they are playing It’s a luxury to have a player offense. Though he doesn’t Bulls know they face
really strong as a defensive really well.” such as Dwyer, someone have any points this season a formidable opponent,
football team. I think it’s Holtz said that his team you can rely on to provide due to a lack of minutes, he and look to establish
one of their strengths when feels a sense of urgency to consistent and prolific goal could be relied on to step up themselves as the best in the
you look at guys up front get its first Big East win of the scoring. But unless the Bulls if the Bulls need him. Big East Red division. Kickoff
like (Derek) Wolfe, you look at season. can prove that they have a The Bulls’ next test is is scheduled for 7, with the
how active their linebackers “I think there’s an urgency, second legitimate threat, tonight on the road game televised nationally
are. I think Wolfe is one frustration, whether it’s just, there will be games in which against Louisville, a team on ESPNU.
of the best players in this ‘What do we have to do to
league as a defensive tackle, win,’” Holtz said. “This is a very
as a 300-pound senior in the committed football team, and
middle.” we are improving in a lot of
Wolfe has 30 total areas. I think if you want to
tackles and five sacks continue to compete for a
through six games. He had a championship, I think it is … a
career-high 11 tackles in the ‘must-win,’” he said. “I would
Bearcats’ 25-16 win against think it would be difficult
Louisville last week and to win the conference with
earned a spot on last week’s three losses when you look at
Big East Honor roll. some of the teams that are
“I think this is a very good out there and the way they
Cincinnati team,” Holtz said. are playing right now.”
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Obama should stay
out of protests
COLU M N I ST
The Occupy Wall Street such as Bank of America have
movement has extended far past begun implementing monthly fees
New York City’s Zuccotti Park over to make up for lost revenue.
the past few weeks. Even the White Obama is well versed in
House has picked up the cause. hypocrisy.
According to businessinsider. In 2009, according to
com, White House spokesman abcnews.com, Obama blasted
John Earnest said Sunday that failing insurer AIG, which received
EDITORIAL President Barack Obama “will a $150 billion bailout in September
continue to acknowledge the frus- 2008 yet gave out large bonuses to
Graduates should not sue
tration that he himself shares” with employees, by saying, “It makes
the protesters, as well as fight to you angry because you’re thinking,
ensure that the “interests of the ‘I was responsible and these folks
99 percent of Americans are well are irresponsible and somehow
schools for career failures
represented.” I’m paying for them.’”
It is good to know that the Later, it was discovered that
president is looking out for 99 Obama’s own administration had
Law schools train students to fledgling graduates turn on them, If social sciences and liberal percent of his constituents, though secured AIG’s bailout and knew of
be well versed in every aspect of and it may not be long before arts majors are failing to find jobs, one would hope he would have the bonuses, according to the Wall
the law, and many recent gradu- graduates in other fields turn on they may be inspired to sue USF the best interest of all at heart. Street Journal.
ates, facing a tough job market, their respective universities. and other state schools, even if However, the sincerity of Obama’s Obama’s presidency has
have used that education to turn This is yet another symp- they don’t have the legal expertise alliance must be called into been wrought with economic
on their alma maters by filing tom of the undue sense of of law school students. Robert B. question, as Obama’s advisers problems. As of September, the
lawsuits. entitlement many Americans Smith, a higher-education lawyer have ties to the financial industry, national unemployment rate was
In May, graduates filed a have. Rather than work harder, who was consulted by some of according to the Washington Post. 9.1 percent, according to the
class-action lawsuit against the they would rather lay the blame on the laws schools being threatened, Though one can only specu- Bureau of Labor Statistics, a far cry
Thomas Jefferson School of Law someone else. said to the Chronicle that if late the collective aim of the from the 7.6 percent that faced the
in San Diego. The trend spread Florida graduates face a hard the lawsuits have “even a little Occupy Wall Street movement, it president when he came into office
to other schools, and this month job climate, while Gov. Rick Scott success, others may be motivated is clear that it is fueled by a general in January 2009.
a group of lawyers suing New and his supporters have stressed to file copycat lawsuits against distrust of financial institutions and This month, the real estate
York Law School and Thomas M. lately that schools aren’t giving out other targets.” a desire to stop government cuts. market has seen the biggest drop
Cooley Law School, in Michigan, the right degrees students need to David Anziska, one of the Obama has recently taken to in home ownership since the Great
announced plans to sue 15 more get jobs. State Sen. Don Gaetz lawyers involved in the law school targeting individual financial insti- Depression, according to CNN, with
schools in seven states, wants universities to shift funds litigations, posted on his website tutions, calling Bank of America’s “more than 4 million homes either
according to the Chronicle of away from liberal arts degrees plans to use the same tactic to $5 monthly debit card fee “exactly in foreclosure or 90 days or more
Higher Education. rather than increase government hold “other graduate and trade the sort of stuff that folks are late with payments in August.”
The lawyers predicted every spending. schools accountable for inflating frustrated by,” according to In addition, 46 million now
law school in the country will face “When the No. 1 degree placement rates,” according to the the Post. live in poverty, according to the
a suit over the next few years, granted is psychology and the Chronicle. However, those fees, according Associated Press, the largest swell
according to the Chronicle. The No. 2 degree is political science, While USF may not be manip- to investors.com, are a direct result of Americans since the Census
chief complaint is that law schools maybe before we ask $100 million ulating the numbers, as these of the Wall Street Reform and Bureau began tracking poverty
misrepresented how truly hard it more of taxpayers we should rede- schools are accused of doing, any Consumer Protection Act, which levels in 1959.
was to get a job in the legal field, ploy what we have,” he told the number of other reasons could “President Obama signed and Instead of pledging his
even to the point of manipulating St. Petersburg Times. “That way, be found, and these lawsuits only touted as one of the signature allegiance to the Occupy Wall
placement rate statistics. we make sure we’re not sending open the door for more frivolous accomplishments of his Street movement, Obama should
Law schools may be feeling graduates out with degrees that attacks on institutes of higher presidency.” begin to practice what he preaches.
similar to Dr. Frankenstein as their don’t mean much.” education. The act, signed into law in If he does not, he may be able
2009, will cost $2.9 billion over to count himself among the
five years to implement and limits 99 percent come Election Day.
The Oracle’s official opinion is the fees “banks can collect from
Anastasia Dawson Jimmy Geurts
selected by a majority vote of the
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T U E S D A Y, O C T O B E R 1 8 , 2 0 1 1
T H E O R AC L E
Big test looms in Cincinnati Bulls must find another
reliable scorer to succeed
Sophomore midfielder Leston Paul is USF’s second-leading scorer
with four goals, but three of those have come from the penalty
spot. ORACLE PHOTO/LUCAS CANNISTRACI
Though the USF men’s two goals each.
soccer team (9-2-2) has As USF gets further along
USF will have to limit its penalties Saturday against Cincinnati to beat a team USF coach Skip Holtz exceeded expectations for in the Big East season, with
said is rebounding from a down year with a “thunderous roar.” The Bulls were penalized for 89 yards its season big expectations in both the
against Connecticut last week, a new high under Holtz. ORACLE PHOTO/KRISTIAN WALDEN up to this Big East tournament and the
Rames Ali point, the National College Cup due to
C O M M E N TA R Y
By Patti McDonald the road against Miami last we really had a hard time Bulls have a No. 11 national ranking,
S T A F F W R I T E R year, but only for 58 yards. putting long drives together to had a very coach George Kiefer and the
The Bulls were previously put the ball in the end zone.” top-heavy Bulls have to find a reliable
USF’s 16-10 loss to UConn penalized nine times twice With the loss behind them, offensive attack. secondary scorer.
on Saturday can be blamed this year, against Notre Dame the Bulls now shift their focus Junior midfielder Dom The Bulls will likely face
on a few factors, including and Florida A&M, but for to a 5-1 Cincinnati team that Dwyer, who transferred from No. 1 Connecticut (13-0-1)
the nine penalties called 43 and 72 yards, respectively. Holtz said has played well Tyler Junior College, has at some point in the Big East
on the Bulls amounting to Holtz addressed this defensively through six games. scored a Big East-leading tournament. To match up and
89 yards. As USF coach Skip and other concerns in The Bearcats come in with 13 goals, tied for fifth-most beat the elite squads in the
Holtz pointed out, it was the Monday’s Big East coaches the 15th-best scoring defense in the country. But beyond nation, the Bulls will need
most penalty yardage his teleconference and said that in the country, allowing an Dwyer, the Bulls’ offense lacks to find support for Dwyer.
team has accumulated in his although there were some average of 16.5 points a secondary scorer. This team cannot rely on him
time at USF. negatives in last week’s game, per game. Sophomore Leston Paul to score in every game.
“The Connecticut game was there were some positive “Their defense is a is second on the team in Injuries are inevitable in
frustrating because there were plays that were overshadowed pressure-oriented defense,” scoring, with four goals. sports, and they’re something
so many positive things in that in the loss. Holtz said. “They’re ninth However, that statistic is that can ruin a team’s season.
game and we had so many Holtz lauded the defense, in the country in sacks, misleading, as three of Who will step up for Kiefer’s
guys play really well,” he said. which tied a school record with they’re (fifth) in the those goals have come from team if it cannot have
“We had too many penalties. seven sacks against UConn. country in tackles for loss, penalty kicks, a scoring Dwyer leading the attack game
Nine (penalties) for (89) yards, “I thought, defensively, it they’re 15th in the country method this team can after game? As the season
which is the most I’ve had was one of our better efforts, in scoring defense and they’re hardly rely on. The only other progresses, and if Dwyer
since I’ve been here.” (especially) after what we had fourth in the country in Bulls with multiple goals are can remain on a hot
USF was penalized 10 times done at Pitt and just so many rushing defense. freshmen Wesley Charpie streak, teams will begin to
in the 23-20 overtime win on guys that played so well, but n See TEST on PAGE 5 and Lucas Baldin, with n See SCORER on PAGE 5