Daily Archives: October 16, 2017

Pensacola participates in 58th annual Greek Festival

By Rachel Witbracht
Staff writer

Pensacola natives are familiar with the abundance of street festivals that frequent the social calendar, and the annual Greek Festival is a fall favorite of many.

UWF women’s soccer dominates North Alabama; men fall to Spring Hill

By Chris Cody
Staff writer

The University of West Florida women’s soccer team improved its record to 10-3-1 after defeating North Alabama 5-1 on Sunday, while the men’s team lost 1-0 to Spring Hill College, making its record fall to 4-6-1 for the season.

New coffee shop is open for business in Pensacola

By Anna Smith
Staff writer

Bon Beans — a locally owned and operated, all-organic coffee shop located at 875 East Nine Mile Road in Pensacola — opened for business on Oct. 9.

The Voyager sat down with Gina Gavagni, owner of Bon Beans, to find out why she believes Pensacola should be excited about a cup of coffee.

UWF Pike fraternity heats things up with Fireman’s Challenge

By Steve Likovetz
Staff writer

On Oct. 15, the Pikes of Pi Kappa Alpha began events for their third annual Fireman’s Challenge throughout campus. This event has become a major fundraiser for the fraternity and is quickly becoming a highly anticipated event each year.