- Digitized student newspapers of University of South Florida. Includes the official campus paper, The oracle, as well as its predecessor, The Tampa Times University of South Florida campus edition. Also featured are unofficial publications from students. Made available online by University of South Florida Libraries Digital Collections. (Summary)
- serial (sobekcm)
- database (marcgt)
- Resource Identifier
- 036297736 (ALEPH)
- 1047613326 (OCLC)
- USF-STUDENT-NEWS (USFLDC AGGCODE)
- University of South Florida Libraries -- Digital Collections
- Physical Description
- 1 online resource. : ;
- USF student newspapers
Rights and Access
USF Student Newspapers
A USF student newspaper has existed since 1960. The University of South Florida Campus Edition was initially produced as a front page to each Monday edition of the Tampa Times. The production was run by the student newspaper staff and made available for distribution on campus. As the University grew, so did the student newspaper until it eventually became the Oracle in the Fall semester of 1966.
This digital collection currently contains all issues of the Campus Edition held in USF Tampa Library Special Collections. Early years of the Oracle are also included and may be added to in the future as resources become available.
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