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UWF Department of Music hosts All-Steinway piano concert

By Andre Harrell II
Staff writer

The University of West Florida Department of Music hosted the 12th Annual All-Steinway School Celebration piano concert in honor of Warren and Helen Wentworth on Saturday evening.

UWF stuns West Georgia in a comeback overtime win

By Chris Cody
Staff writer

The University of West Florida women’s basketball team had a shocking come-from-behind victory in overtime over the University of West Georgia to improve their record to 11-6 on the year.

Deng records double-double; No. 10 Argos edge West Georgia

By Tyler Wood
Sports writer

Moter Deng scored 15 points and collected 10 rebounds to help the tenth-ranked University of West Florida men’s basketball team narrowly defeat conference rival West Georgia 88-86 on Friday at the UWF Field House.

Pensacola holds 31st annual MLK Day parade

By Courtney Shaw
Staff writer

Monday marked the 32nd annual celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and the 31st annual Martin Luther King Day Parade in downtown Pensacola.

UWF students join local organizations in day of service

By Payne Ray
Staff writer

More than 120 University of West Florida students partnered with community service organizations throughout Pensacola Saturday morning for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service event.

Shinnick named AFCA coach of the year

By William Rasmussen
Sports writer

University of West Florida head football coach Pete Shinnick capped off a historic 2017 season, taking home the 2018 American Football Coaches’ Association Coach of the Year Award for NCAA Division II at the AFCA Coaches Awards in Charlotte, North Carolina, Tuesday night.

25th anniversary of murder of Susan Morris on UWF campus

David and Marcia Morris
Special to The Voyager

On January 11, 1993, which was a Monday, our daughter, Susan Morris, never made it home from her first night class of the new semester.  She was found on Wednesday, January 13th, brutally murdered and buried in the woods near the Nature Trail.  

Opinion: Bragging on your failure doesn’t change the fact that you failed

By Rachel Witbracht
Staff writer

Failure, although natural and expected, is glorified by college students. Maybe that’s used as a vessel to shift the narrative from failure to funny, but it doesn’t make it less of a failure.

Opinion: Tip or go home

By Anna Smith
Staff writer

As well as going to school full time, I am also a barista. Before working as a barista, I worked as a server for more than four years. Needless to say, I know what it means to work in the service industry and rely on tips to pay my bills.

West Florida upsets West Alabama, advances to D-II  semifinals

By Chris Cody
Staff writer

The University of West Florida football team defeated the University of West Alabama 28-21 to continue their improbable run into the semifinals of the Division II football playoffs.