Monthly Archives: October 2015

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Get involved in UWF’s Homecoming activities this week

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Staff Writer

The UWF Homecoming Committee has an exciting week of events and activities planned for the annual week-long event. Here’s your day-by-day guide to all things Homecoming!

Monday, Oct. 19: To kick off

UWF Singers and Chamber Choir hit all the right notes in their fall concert

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The UWF Singers and Chamber Choir performing “The Road Not Taken.”
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Contributing Writer

The harmonious voices of the UWF Singers and Chamber Choir filled the Center of Fine and Performing Arts on Monday.

Back Porch Comedy gives out free laughs

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UWF senior Ben Neergaard performs at The Big Easy Tavern for open mic comedy night.
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Staff Writer

In a tiny, hidden venue called the Big Easy Tavern, you’ll find free entertainment each Tuesday …

TED Talk Tuesdays expose students to new ideas

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Amanda Gerow

Staff Writer

UWF Service and Citizenship kicked off the bi-weekly occurrence of TED Talk Tuesdays on Tuesday in the Argo Galley.

TED stands for technology, entertainment and design. The TED Talks are designed to

Start-Up Weekend 2015 selects finalists

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Tom Moore at the 2014 Start-Up Weekend.

Tom Moore

Contributing Writer

This weekend, in conjunction with the Greater Pensacola Chamber and the Pensacola entrepreneurial community, UWF’s School of Business plays hosts to Startup Weekend 2015, a 54-hour event allowing participants

Death isn’t a unianimous decision: Florida’s jury dilemma

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Timothy Hurst.
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Josh Hart

Staff Writer

On Oct. 13, the U.S. Supreme Court will have begun hearing arguments in the case of Timothy Hurst, a Pensacola man convicted of tying up his former manager in the

UWF soccer set to anchor Homecoming Week

Jason Dustin

Sports Editor

At the centerpiece of the University of West Florida’s Homecoming Week will be the men’s and women’s soccer games, which will be played back-to-back, on Friday at the Pensacola campus’ Soccer Complex.

Beginning at 2 p.m.

Spread the news: UWF volleyball is dominating opponents

Jason Dustin

Sports Editor

Following her team’s second game of the season, which it lost in the fifth set, Melissa Wolter answered questions with a furrowed brow and a slightly clenched jaw.

When it was mentioned that her University of

UWF athletics weekly roundup

Jason Dustin

Sports Editor

The swimming and diving team debuted, amidst accolades the streaking volleyball team swerved before righting the ship, and the women’s soccer team swept the week and have now strung together three wins as they head into