By Juliana Liévano Uribe Staff Writer The University of West Florida welcomed soprano Jane Dutton and pianist Davis Hart for a Sept. 26 performance at the Music Hall at the Center for Fine and Performing Arts. It was the first time Dutton and Hart, longtime friends and associates, have performed in Pensacola. Dutton has performed […]Continue Reading ...
By Claudia Carlson Staff Writer A series of back-and-forth scores in the University of West Florida women’s soccer team’s match against the nationally-ranked Columbus State Cougars on Wednesday, Sept. 28 ultimately ended in a loss for the Argonauts. “A loss is never fun, but I think it’s a good learning experience,” said senior midfielder/forward Kaley […]Continue Reading ...
By Mary Jo Gruber Staff Writer Providing young women the skills to do their part in closing the wage gap was the focus of the Women in Business Organization’s first meeting of the semester on Sept. 23. Guest speaker Amber Hutchinson, general manager of ESPN Radio in Pensacola, shared insights from having worked in a […]Continue Reading ...
By Emily Doyle Staff Writer The University of West Florida will hold it’s Homecoming Oct. 17-23, and said it plans to make the events more inclusive for all students. One of the changes made will be rebranding the pep rally concert, and calling it “Colchis,” which is the name of the city where Jason and […]Continue Reading ...
By Tom Moore Staff Reporter The sudden and unexpected closing of Emerald City on Sept. 12 left many of the club’s visitors surprised and saddened. Eighteen years after opening its doors, Emerald City shut down with little notice. “It really sucks,” said Robert Smith, who moved to Pensacola five years ago from Tampa. He had been going to Emerald City for nearly a year and […]Continue Reading ...
By Brooke Weber Staff Writer The University of West Florida’s volleyball team remains undefeated in Gulf South Conference play after Friday night’s 3-1 victory over the Lee University Flames at home. The Argonauts and the Flames were neck-and-neck in the first set. The Argos had 12 kills, six errors and 31 total score attempts. The […]Continue Reading ...
By Josh Hart Opinions Editor The subjects on the screen are chosen carefully: an Eagle Scout, a cheerleader, a corporate account executive, the mother of an infant child. The subjects on screen are a veritable cross section of mundane America. We are soon made aware of the fact that all of them abused prescription […]Continue Reading ...
By Claudia Carlson Staff Writer Ms. Fei Li, who is from Hainan, China, will be instructing the course. Classes for fall semester are held from Sept. 13 through Nov. 17, and faculty/staff can register through Continuing Education for a $30 fee. The course is broken into two semesters in the fall and spring, with HSK […]Continue Reading ...
By Juliana Lievano Staff Writer The Pensacola Museum of Art is currently showcasing “Controversial Lines: Late Prints by Salvador Dali.” Dali, one of the most prominent artists of the 20th century, was known as the father of surrealism. This exhibition shows prints of his work from the 1940’s to 1980’s, as well as his famous, […]Continue Reading ...
By Claudia Carlson Staff Writer The Edge apartments are coming to Pensacola, and are being built just outside the UWF campus entrance on University Parkway. Over the past two weeks, a large plot of trees was cleared and construction started on the new housing complex. It is estimated to be up and running in August […]Continue Reading ...
- Vocalist Jane Dutton well-received in first Pensacola performance
- UWF Women’s soccer team loses to Columbus State.
- Review: ‘Chasing the Dragon,’ though doe-eyed and sappy, paints a frightening portrait of addiction
- UWF Women in Business Organization discusses wage gap
- Chinese course now offered to faculty and staff