Monthly Archives: December 2015

UWF social work and service learning in Guatemala: A student’s perspective

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Contributing Writer

When riding through the streets of Guatemala City, one cannot sit still. It is impossible. The roads are an endless path of cracks and potholes. You shift right, left, and then …

UWF spring athletics, a look ahead

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Sports Editor

Spring 2016 will mark the University of West Florida’s last semester without football.

However, the Argonauts will boast a lineup of teams that features a three-time NCAA Division II national champion men’s tennis team, two-time national …

What defunding Planned Parenthood would actually mean financially

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Staff Writer

House conservatives have spent the last three months weighing the option of whether or not to defund Planned Parenthood. This is puerile and ignorant and a perfect representation of the religious right’s newly open detestation …

Climate change and denial

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Staff Writer

Last week, President Barack Obama, as well as many other world leaders, met in Paris for a conference on climate change. Meanwhile, here in the United States, Republican candidates for president, pundits on conservative news media …

Islamophobia slams the door on Syrian refugees

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Staff Writer

With the recent Paris attacks still fresh, our country’s Islamophobia fever has spiked even higher, creating overwhelming support for a recently introduced bill that would “temporarily” shut the doors on Syrian refugees into the United States.…

UWF organizations help ‘paws’ student stress

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Staff Writer

Playful pups, pizza and snacks were the attraction on Cannon Green on Thursday for students looking for relief from stress overload. The annual fall fundraiser, Paws ’N’ Pastries, is …

Where to find your Christmas spirit in Pensacola

The Pensacola Christmas Parade presented by Cox makes its way down Palafox Pl. in Pensacola, Fla., Saturday, December 13, 2014. (Michael Spooneybarger/ Pensacola Today)

The Pensacola Christmas Parade presented by Cox makes its way down Palafox Pl. in Pensacola, Fla., Saturday, December 13, 2014.
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Staff Writer

We may not get a white Christmas in Florida, …

A Christmas Carol returns for its 9th annual showing at CFPA

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Staff Writer

“A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas” returns for its ninth season on campus at the Center for Fine and Performing Arts (CFPA) this week.

Performances of the famous play, written by Charles Dickens and …

UWF Women’s Basketball clinches first conference victory

Kenny Detwyler

Contributing Writer

The University of West Florida women’s basketball team defeated the University of North Alabama 70-57 on Saturday afternoon in a Gulf South Conference match-up.

The victory marked the Lady Argos’ first win in the GSC. “We’ve …