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Saying hello to the future

During the freshman convocation Taylor Singleton, 18, of Palm Beach received her tassel from Dr. Julie Wong, center, the Regional Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs while she also greeted by Regional Chancellor Dr. Sophia T. Wisniewska (cq), left, on Sunday, August 24, 2014. The University of South Florida St. Petersburg held its convocation for their nearly 500 incoming freshmen in the University Student Center. Student Body President Cody Boyer (cq) who gave the student government welcome encouraged the Class of 2018 to take full advantage of USF St. Petersburg has to offer. The university was founded in 1965 which has a total enrollment of 4,963 undergraduates and 598 graduate students.

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

During the freshman convocation Taylor Singleton, 18, of Palm Beach received her tassel from Dr. Julie Wong, center, the Regional Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs while she also greeted by Regional Chancellor Dr. Sophia T. Wisniewska (cq), left, on Sunday, August 24, 2014. The University of South Florida St. Petersburg held its convocation for their nearly 500 incoming freshmen in the University Student Center. Student Body President Cody Boyer (cq) who gave the student government welcome encouraged the Class of 2018 to take full advantage of USF St. Petersburg has to offer. The university was founded in 1965 which has a total enrollment of 4,963 undergraduates and 598 graduate students.

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Taylor Singleton, 18, of Palm Beach received her tassel from Dr. Julie Wong, center, the regional associate vice chancellor for student affairs, and she also was greeted by Regional Chancellor Dr. Sophia T. Wisniewska, left, Sunday during freshmen convocation at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. During the event in the University Student Center, nearly 500 incoming freshmen were greeted by student body president Cody Boyer, who encouraged the Class of 2018 to take full advantage of what USF St. Petersburg has to offer.

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