Daily Archives: November 1, 2015

Hurricane Patricia’s remnants wreak havoc in Pensacola on Monday

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Staff Writer

While Hurricane Patricia was quickly downgraded after it hit the southwest coast of Mexico last weekend, the storm system was the largest ever recorded and was still powerful enough to affect multiple states including Texas, Mississippi, …

Feminist Iconography II: A platform for justice

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“Blake’s Choice” by Dylan Napsady (digital animation.) The image is part of the WSC’s “Feminist Iconography II” exhibition, as well as a graphic novel that Napsady is creating.

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Sports Editor

“Feminist Iconography II,” presented by the Women’s Studies …

The future is being printed right now

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Contributing Writer

Cyberculture icon Stewart Brand’s famous notion that “information wants to be free” has been an almost ubiquitous refrain ever since utopian-minded hackers began populating computer networks in the 1980s. Today, 3-D printing has given the phrase …

The UWF Fitness Center: More than just weights

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Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s Fitness Center provides students with alternatives to standard workouts to get active and have fun at the same time.

People looking to get out of their normal workout …

Entrecon to provide wealth of knowledge, encouragement and support for aspiring entrepreneurs

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News Editor

Are you an aspiring entrepreneur, or have you already started a business and have that “I’m sinking in quicksand” feeling? Fear no more. EntreCon is here.

EntreCon is a two-day event, …

Startup Weekend gives entrepreneurs a head start on business ventures

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Contributing Writer

The roar was deafening. The sound of clapping and cheering was contagious. But it wasn’t a concert that incited the crowd – it was “Rock Paper Scissors,” a social mixer that whipped the crowd into a …

Hear veterans share their stories at Telling: Pensacola

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Staff Writer

Telling: Pensacola comes to UWF this week to tell the war stories of six veterans in the form of theatrical recreations.

The veterans, led by their production director Lisa Powers, will recreate some of their most …

CAB Fright Night brings out the screams for Halloween

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Staff Writer

Campus Activity Board held its annual Fright Night on Thursday in the University Commons Auditorium.

Fright Night is a staged haunted house with various rooms representing different horrific themes. The free event allows students to walk …

Western coverage of Chinese economics, or how I learned to patronize a billion people

Josh Hart

Staff Writer

On Oct. 27, several American media outlets caught wind of a Chinese television commercial depicting animated characters singing a jaunty, vaguely-indie English-language tune extolling the virtues of China’s five-year economic plan. The coverage ranged from amusement

Women’s soccer defeats West Georgia on Senior Day

Kenny Detwyler

Contributing Writer

The University of West Florida women’s soccer team hosted the University of West Georgia on Saturday, and the Argos swept the Wolverines with a final score of 3-0. With this win, the Argos’ record improved to …