Monthly Archives: April 2016

New and established campus clubs abound, but must be renewed each fall

By Mackenzie Kees

Opinions Editor

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Instructions on starting a new club on campus can be found on the UWF Student Organizations page.

As the spring semester draws to a close, the deadline for renewing student organizations for the fall semester …

A UWF student’s guide to summer in Pensacola

By Claudia Carlson

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 Pensacola Beach is just one of many options for summer fun. Photo courtesy http://www.destination360.com/.

Pensacola Beach is just one of many options for summer fun.
Photo courtesy http://www.destination360.com/.

If you will be staying in Pensacola this summer, whether it’s because you live here or are staying for classes, a …

The rumors are true: Southside Villages to close

By Kaitlin Lott

Staff Writer

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The 15 Southside Village residence halls will be closed for HVAC renovations and might not ever reopen.
Photo courtesy of uwf.edu.

Rumors have been circulating lately about the UWF Southside Village residence halls being closed …

UWF Singers outline hope, peace in final concert of spring season

By Sydney O’Gwynn

Staff Writer

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The UWF Singers and Chamber Choir were joined by the Pensacola Children’s Chorus in its final concert of the season, “A Prayer for Peace.”

The concert, held at First Baptist Church in downtown Pensacola on …

Travel the world while teaching English in another country

By Kelsi Gately

Staff Writer

 

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Even after graduation, students might not know exactly what direction to pursue for their careers. For those who love to travel, earning your certificate to teach English might be a great way to visit …

UWF spring sports teams, all in top 25, could sweep all conference titles

By Grier Wellborn

Sports Editor

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It’s no secret the University of West Florida’s spring sports are a force to be reckoned with. After the men’s golf team, women’s golf team and women’s tennis team won their respective Gulf South Conference …

Making instructor evaluations mandatory was a poor decision

By Spenser Garber

Contributing Writer

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This is what students see when they log in to MyUWF – links to online evaluations of all their instructors.
Photo by Spenser Garber.

It’s that time of the semester again – time to fill …

Football practice field makes debut; permanent stadium a long-term vision

By Sara Agans

Staff Writer

 This artist’s rendering is the vision of what the UWF football stadium might eventually look like. Photo by Sara Agans.

This artist’s rendering is the vision of what the UWF football stadium might eventually look like.
Photo by Sara Agans.

All year we’ve seen it being built. Piles of dirt being pushed around, machinery in …

The cards we live by: What you might not know about your Nautilus card

By Tom Moore

Contributing Writer

 

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Image courtesy of http://uwf.edu/admissions.

According to a recent poll by McGraw Hill, the average American carries eight credit cards with them at all times. This does not include state ID cards, driver’s licenses, insurance …

A tribute to history and tradition, Alpha Males make their mark on the yard

By Kaitlin Lott

Staff Writer

 

 Alpha Phi Alpha members hosted a yard show on April 18 to entertain and educate the UWF community about their fraternity. Photo courtesy of Reginald Watkins.

Alpha Phi Alpha members hosted a yard show on April 18 to entertain and educate the UWF community about their fraternity.
Photo courtesy of Reginald Watkins.

As a crowd formed outside the Commons, spotlights …