Category Archives: Features

Why I Ran: Looking back at Léonie Dupuis’ SGA campaign

brand viagra 50mg By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

I started my conversation with Léonie Dupuis with a simple question: “Why did you run for SGA president?”

From Bambi to Buck; Ashley poised to lead talented receiving corps

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Staff writer

Numbers don’t lie, and if that is any indication, redshirt sophomore wide receiver Ka’Ron Ashley is poised for a breakout season come this fall. Finishing his sophomore campaign with 478 receiving yards and 6 TD,

10 affordable summer destinations

By Jessica Ayers
Staff writer

There are less than five weeks until the end of the spring semester, and if you are planning to travel this summer, it’s time to get serious about choosing a destination. With so many new

Meet the Candidates: Megginson/Bohler 2018

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

While the spring semester is winding down, one of the most important times of the school year is in full swing: student government elections. The office of SGA president is up for grabs, and this

Meet the Candidates: Léonie/Rhea 2018

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

One of the most important times of the year at the University of West Florida has finally arrived. Student Government elections begin April 2, and students have the chance to vote for the new SGA

Meet the Candidates: Malone/Johnson 2018

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

The spring semester, just as the season itself, can usher in many changes. The University of West Florida is no exception to these changes, and one of them is the elections for the Student Government

What Black History Month Means to: The Activists

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

As February draws to a close, so does Black History Month, which is celebrated by many throughout the country as well as here on the campus of the University of West Florida. One of the

Vaccaro breaking records thousands of miles from home

By Tyler Wood
Staff writer

When Paloma Vaccaro first picked up a golf club, she was a 5-year-old girl living in Paraguay, a country where golf is only for the most elite of its 6 million residents. Now, Vaccaro is

What Black History Month Means to: The Administrator

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

Vice President of Academic Engagement Kim LeDuff can clearly recall the conversation she had with her then 90- year- old grandfather when she earned her job as a professor and associate director at the mass

Zigtebra: synth-pop in Pensacola

By Roy Brown
Contributing writer

The soft blue lights and intriguing décor set the mood as you walk through the door. A Valentine’s Day card, like the ones swapped between classmates in elementary school, lays on the open table between