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Statue of MLK in MLK Plaza

USF community celebrates MLK through a week of service projects, lectures and other activities

Gratitude for the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. is being felt across Tampa Bay through a variety of service projects, panel discussions and a commemorative brunch hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

January 9, 2023Campus Life, University News

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USF honors Martin Luther King, Jr. with week of activities

The University of South Florida’s annual celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. will honor his vision with several activities, including community service and a commemorative brunch.

January 13, 2022University News

Students gardening

USF’s Largest Student Volunteer Event Expands to Four Days for the First Time

The University of South Florida’s largest annual community service program, Stampede of Service (SOS), will expand from a traditional one-day event to four days of students volunteering.

January 18, 2019University News

A statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on USF's Tampa campus

USF's Enduring Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Bulls celebrate MLK Day with week of events.

January 12, 2018Campus Life

USF students volunteering at a local community garden last semester as part of the Week of Welcome activities.

Nearly 2,000 USF Students to Participate in Community Service Projects on Saturday, January 13

Inspired by MLK, the annual Stampede of Service event benefits dozens of sites and organizations across Hillsborough County.

January 8, 2018Campus Life

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