Argo athletes continue winning streak over Spring Break

Argo athletes continue winning streak over Spring Break

By Brooke Weber Staff Writer While most students were enjoying Spring Break last week, some Argos were sporting a jersey. The UWF women’s basketball team has had a historic 2016-17 season, and More »

Support the troops with UWF’s newest student org

Support the troops with UWF’s newest student org

By Alicia Adams Staff writer If you have been in the military, currently serve, have loved ones in the armed forces or simply want to support those who are, the University of More »

Photo Gallery: Gulf Breeze Arts Festival

Photo Gallery: Gulf Breeze Arts Festival

Gulf Breeze High School hosted the Gulf Breeze Fine Arts Festival this weekend. Locals and visitors flocked to see work created by regional artists. More »

Tour de Fort kicks off Florida Archaeology Month

Tour de Fort kicks off Florida Archaeology Month

By Allison Bew Staff Writer On Saturday, a cloudless sky set the scene for the Tour de Fort: a four-mile bike ride around Fort Pickens. Coordinated by Mike Thomin, a graduate student More »

Center for Child Development offers UWF parents peace of mind

Center for Child Development offers UWF parents peace of mind

By Elizabeth Gray Staff Writer If you’re a parent and you are enrolled in classes at the University of West Florida, childcare doesn’t have to be something to worry about. The UWF More »

 

English internship program celebrates five years

By William Watson
Staff Writer

The Department of English held a celebration for the its internship program on Wednesday at the Argonaut Athletic Club.

UWF hosts ‘Raptivist’ Aisha Fukushima

By Taylor Hall
Staff Writer

The UWF Conference Center was filled with energy on Wednesday as Aisha Fukushima rapped, sang and lectured about equality and diversity. Fukushima calls herself a “raptivist” – or rap activist.

Experience the Labyrinth right here on campus

By Elizabeth Gray
Staff Writer

If you’ve ever wanted to visit the Chartres Cathedral in France but can’t quite come up with the funds, don’t worry, because the UWF Department of History is bringing the cathedral to you.

Opinion: Turn out the lights and support Earth Hour this Saturday to help save the planet

By Juliana Liévano Uribe
Staff Writer

Earth Hour, celebrated this year on Saturday, March 25, is perhaps the most important environmental event of the year, and surprisingly one that will go unnoticed in Pensacola.

Speech is free, no matter how small

By Alicia Adams
Staff Writer 

If you are a student at the University of West Florida, chances are you have witnessed a peaceful protest or spirited speech while on your way to class or the library. But many students might not know the rules and regulations UWF has in place regarding “public expression,” or free speech.

Play in the streets of downtown Pensacola

By Shawna Moore
Staff Writer

Downtown Pensacola will host its first Ciclovia event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. this  Saturday.

Ciclovia is an international movement begun in the 1970s in Colombia to promote an active, healthy lifestyle and a united community. Pensacola’s Ciclovia festival takes place beginning at Maritime Park, stretching down to Bayfront Parkway, and back up to the intersection of Garden and Palafox streets.

Argos hold off late Spring Hill rally for seventh straight win

By Tyler Wood
Contributing Writer 

The West Florida men’s baseball team has improved to 17-10 on the strength of seven consecutive wins, the latest being a 7-5 non-conference victory over Spring Hill College on Wednesday evening.

Argo athletes continue winning streak over Spring Break

By Brooke Weber
Staff Writer

While most students were enjoying Spring Break last week, some Argos were sporting a jersey.

The UWF women’s basketball team has had a historic 2016-17 season, and it’s not over yet. On Monday night, UWF defeated Rollins College 72-62 to give UWF the title of NCAA South Region Champions and a ticket to its first-ever NCAA Elite Eight appearance in Columbus, Ohio.

Cheap eats: Show your Nautilus card at these restaurants for discounts

By Elizabeth Gray
Staff Writer

Student life is expensive. With tuition on the rise and student loans lurking around the corner, it’s always nice for students to be able to save a little money.

Luckily, several Pensacola-area restaurants understand college woes and have discounts for students. And if they don’t offer a discount, they offer specials, or they contribute to UWF, so everyone wins.

What happens after graduation?

Alicia Adams
Staff writer

Graduation is fast approaching, and seniors across campus are dashing around trying to make sure they have everything they need to graduate. Along with ordering a cap and gown and making sure all their classes are in order, there is one additional thing they need – a plan.