Tampa, Florida -- University of South Florida students fighting for their right to study are getting their wish.
Administrators are restoring the Tampa campus' library hours to 24-hours a day, five days a week.
The school had cut back on overnight library hours last week in an
effort to save about $135,000 a year. But students weren't happy about
it and they staged a sit-out and signed hundreds of petitions opposing the move.
But when students protested, officials came up with a way to return to the old schedule.