West Florida upsets West Alabama, advances to D-II  semifinals

West Florida upsets West Alabama, advances to D-II  semifinals

By Chris Cody Staff writer The University of West Florida football team defeated the University of West Alabama 28-21 to continue their improbable run into the semifinals of the Division II football More »

Florida natives bring fresh ideas to new downtown brewery

Florida natives bring fresh ideas to new downtown brewery

By Rachel Witbracht Staff writer If Saturdays really are for the boys and you’re ready to crack open a cold one, Perfect Plain Brewing Co., a new local brewery located in downtown More »

UWF Women’s Study Collective, Pensacola Museum of Art exhibits women’s paintings

UWF Women’s Study Collective, Pensacola Museum of Art exhibits women’s paintings

By Jamir Sellers Staff writer Pensacola Museum of Art, connected with the Huntsville Museum of Art, opened their art exhibit Rebels With a Cause: American Impressionist Women organized by the Huntsville Museum More »

Argos historic playoff run continues

Argos historic playoff run continues

By Steve Likovetz Staff writer The University of West Florida Argonauts football team will continue its historic season by traveling to West Alabama to compete in the NCAA Division II quarterfinals on Saturday. More »

Brotherhood exists: the state of my Greek Life

Brotherhood exists: the state of my Greek Life

By Wendell Slater Contributing writer I am a brother of the multicultural service/social fraternity, Omega Delta Phi. In a recent scathing op-ed, staff writer Steve Likovetz expresses a fear of Greek organizations More »

 

UWF theatre presents ‘A Christmas Carol’

By Chris Cody
Staff writer

The University of West Florida Department of Theatre will be performing the final three shows of “A Christmas Carol” this Friday through Sunday.

Cold weather, No. 1 seed stand between Argos and championship game

By Steve Likovetz
Staff writer

The University of West Florida Argos continue their improbable playoff run Saturday when they travel to a frozen Northeast for their semifinal game against No. 1-ranked Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

New science building under construction on UWF campus

By Anna Smith
Staff writer

A new Lab Sciences Annex building is being built at the University of West Florida on the south side of campus. Construction began in November and is expected to be completed by Summer 2019, in time for Fall 2019 classes.

West Florida upsets West Alabama, advances to D-II  semifinals

By Chris Cody
Staff writer

The University of West Florida football team defeated the University of West Alabama 28-21 to continue their improbable run into the semifinals of the Division II football playoffs.

Florida natives bring fresh ideas to new downtown brewery

By Rachel Witbracht
Staff writer

If Saturdays really are for the boys and you’re ready to crack open a cold one, Perfect Plain Brewing Co., a new local brewery located in downtown Pensacola, is the place for you.  

UWF Women’s Study Collective, Pensacola Museum of Art exhibits women’s paintings

By Jamir Sellers
Staff writer

Pensacola Museum of Art, connected with the Huntsville Museum of Art, opened their art exhibit Rebels With a Cause: American Impressionist Women organized by the Huntsville Museum of Art on Nov. 28. This exhibit is a series of paintings that have been done by several women in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Argos historic playoff run continues

By Steve Likovetz
Staff writer

The University of West Florida Argonauts football team will continue its historic season by traveling to West Alabama to compete in the NCAA Division II quarterfinals on Saturday. A win would vault the Argos to the Division II semifinals.

Brotherhood exists: the state of my Greek Life

By Wendell Slater
Contributing writer

I am a brother of the multicultural service/social fraternity, Omega Delta Phi. In a recent scathing op-ed, staff writer Steve Likovetz expresses a fear of Greek organizations from the perspective of someone who has never been a part of a Greek organization.

Opinion: America’s two-party system has destroyed Democracy

By Chris Cody
Staff writer

America’s two-party political system has not only ruined any political discourse that people try to have in 2017 but has also ruined any bipartisanship that the government used to try to practice.

Opinion: Phone cameras are catching up

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

Along with writing, I use a lot of my journalistic capabilities to show visual aspects of my stories with photography. Virtually all of the images I use for the newspaper have been from using my trusty Canon DSLR (digital single-lens reflex camera). But photographers like myself are dealing with a monstrous competition, and it’s something that is already here, already in our pockets: our cell phones and their cameras.