Monthly Archives: March 2016

UWF Relay for Life sprints toward a brighter future

By Kenny Detwyler
Contributing Writer

relayUWF’s 2016 Relay for Life hit the ground running long before anyone stepped foot onto a track.

This year’s Relay is different from years past, as event organizers have taken Relay for Life into uncharted …

Graffiti Bridge: Pensacola’s voice for the people

By Mackenzie Kees
Opinions Editor

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An historic look (circa 1935) at the 17th street underpass fondly known as “Graffiti Bridge” by locals.
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The purpose of a landmark is essentially straightforward: to mark the land. This …

This puppy is welcome on campus

By Kelsi Gately
Staff Writer

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Marty at nine months.
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Guide dogs have a big responsibility, helping their owners get from place to place and accomplish daily tasks. But before guide dogs go through formal training, …

Kevin Hurley entertains, amazes and hypnotizes UWF students

By Sara Agans
Staff Writer

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On Thursday night, March 24, hypnotist/magician Kevin Hurley performed in the Commons, and, among other things, made a UWF student honestly believe that the number …

UWF baseball shaves heads to save lives

By Grier Wellborn

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 The UWF baseball team gathers for a picture after shaving their heads to support the Vs. Cancer Foundation. Photo courtesy goargos.com.

The UWF baseball team gathers for a picture after shaving their heads to support the Vs. Cancer Foundation.
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Teammates who work together on the field are strong. Teammates who work together off …

15th Annual Women’s Studies Conference encourages change

By Kaitlin Lott

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 Jamie Snyder, assistant professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, was presented with the Mary F. Rodgers Women’s Studies Faculty Award at the 15th annual women’s studies conference on March 21.

Jamie Snyder, assistant professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, was presented with the Mary F. Rodgers Women’s Studies Faculty Award at the 15th annual women’s studies conference on March 21.

As doors …

Bowling for Food to raise awareness and donations for homeless students

By Tom Moore
Contributing Writer

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In Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, more than 1,000 people were documented as homeless in 2015, according to the EscaRosa Coalition on the Homeless.

But what people might not realize is that a large …

UWF baseball defeats Spring Hill with walk off in the 10th

By Grier Wellborn
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The Argonaut baseball team congratulates Brandon Tyler after his walk-off single breaks a time game against Spring Hill College.
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The University of West Florida baseball team took on the Spring Hill …

The nitty-gritty: Who thinks what and everything else you need to know before the Florida primaries

By Mackenzie Kees
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The 2016 race for the presidency is well under way in the United States, and so far it has been wrought with mudslinging, half-truths and outright lies, and even has devolved further into thinly-veiled allegations …

UWF’s calendar is jam-packed after spring break

By Sydney O’Gwynn
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“Spring into Action: Professional Development Symposium” will give students the opportunity to speak with career professionals and UWF alumni.
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Spring break gives students plenty of things to do — …