Daily Archives: January 31, 2017

Let freedom ring: our First Amendment freedoms, specifically

By Tom Moore
Staff Writer

As a responsible newsman, I take the protection of the Constitution and Bill of Rights seriously. There has been so much emphasis in the news lately on the Second Amendment – the right to bear arms – that the average citizen seems to forget the protections we all enjoy under the First Amendment.

UWF offers a chance to discuss the “un-discussable”

By Taylor Hall
Staff Writer
Last Tuesday afternoon in the Commons, the dean of students held one of their department’s continuous events called “Discussing the Un-Discussable.” The meeting was open to students and staff and led by Lusharon Wiley, senior associate dean of students, and two moderators: Kimberly McCorkle and Anita Schonberger.

Musical Chairs, a new take on an old game

By Alicia Adams
Staff writer
The University of West Florida’s University Commons and Student Involvement coordinated a different kind of event last Wednesday, with the aim of accomplishing the exact thing they strive for – student involvement.