Daily Archives: September 11, 2017

UWF grads join ‘Careers in Law Panel’

By Rachel Witbracht
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s legal studies department held a Careers in Law panel, which consisted of three local judges, a local attorney and a judicial assistant, during which the group offered advice to undergraduate students interested in going to law school or entering the legal field.

 Students find ways to balance work, studying

By Anna Smith
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s Department of Career Services and Department of Student Involvement teamed up to host a part-time job fair on Sept. 8 in the University Commons Auditorium, where more than 45 employers were present to talk to university students about potential part-time jobs.

TAG taken over by UWF art teacher in first exhibition

By Morgan Givens
Staff Writer

Variety with a common message: that is how featured artist Marzia Ransom’s Ars Musae was described — the first art exhibition of the fall semester which has been showcased in the Center for Fine Performing Arts at the University of West Florida from July to early September.

UWF encourages innovative thinking through speaker series

By Jamir Sellers
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida, backed by the Center of Entrepreneurship, held an event called “Innovate like Da Vinci,” which was part of a series of lectures encouraging entrepreneurship that lasts from September to October.

Women’s soccer beats Albany State in shutout

By Chris Cody
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida women’s soccer team continued their winning ways on Wednesday as they cruised past Albany State 6-0, to improve their record to 3-0 overall.