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  • Four women marine scientists hold brilliant orange flaming tiki torches against the night sky. They stand in their boat as they arrive and dock at the end of their row across the Atlantic Ocean.

    Terror, Wonder … Triumph! Salty Science, the rowing team led by ֱ Professor Chantale Bégin, celebrates the end of its 3,000-mile journey — and historic first-place victory in the women’s class — in the World’s Toughest Row-Atlantic. The team was North America’s first to win in the category. [Photo: ©World’s Toughest Row-Atlantic]

  • Children prepare to go for a drive at the Super-Test Amusement Park, 2924 N. Dale Mabry Highway. Owned by neighboring Super-Test gas station, customers earned free ride tickets with gas purchases. The park opened in 1953 and closed 11 years later. [Photo: George ‘Skip’ Gandy IV]

  • Ojas Rawal, ’08, takes in the Los Angeles skyline during a pause in filming “Minus One Dollar” last May. [Photo: Courtesy of Ojas Rawal]

  • Meet Cihan Cobanoglu, the gregarious dean of the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, part of the Muma College of Business at ֱ Sarasota-Manatee. [Photo: Courtesy of Cihan Cobanoglu]

  • The Bulls celebrate their first ever regular-season conference title. [Photo: ֱ Athletics]

About ֱ Magazine

ֱ Magazine is published jointly by University Communications and Marketing and the ֱ Alumni Association three times per year and is the official magazine of the ֱ Alumni Association.

The magazine shares ֱ’s stories to inform, entertain and connect alumni, friends, faculty, staff and the broader community. We welcome your ideas, suggestions and feedback. Email alumni@usf.edu

Spring 2024

Four women aboard a sea-going rowboat hold brilliant orange flaming torches against the dark night sky. They stand in their boat and scream for joy.

Terror, Wonder … Triumph: Four marine scientists rely on their friendships and remarkable strengths to win a harrowing 3,000-mile row across the Atlantic.

President's Message

President Law, at left, poses with a little boy in a ֱ number one jersey and Rocky to the right make the ֱ bulls hand signal on a the MLK Plaza on a bright, sunny spring day at the first ֱ Family Fest.

Read more from ֱ President Rhea Law about the current issue of ֱ Magazine.