Category Archives: Sights & Sounds

UWF Film Club to host film festival

By Hannah Gainer
Staff writer

The University of West Florida’s Film Club will hold their Fluorescent Film Fest at 7 p.m. on Friday in Building 36, room 191.…

Typewriter Project spawns Corpse in Six Parts

By Payne Ray
Staff writer

University of West Florida students and Pensacola residents gathered Friday night for “Exquisite Pensacola: A Corpse in Six Parts,” an event prepared largely by UWF students and faculty.

UWF hosts overnight event for cancer research

By Hannah Gainer
Staff writer

The University of West Florida will hold their annual Relay For Life event beginning 7 p.m. Friday and go until 2 a.m. Saturday morning at the campus soccer field.

CAB hosts ‘After Dark’ event

By Will Rasmussen
Staff writer

The University of West Florida’s Campus Activity Board will be hosting their annual CAB After Dark event at 7 p.m. Friday in the Commons parking lot. The carnival-style event will feature everything from exciting rides

Argos prepare for anniversary celebration

By Shameka Lewis
Staff writer

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the University of West Florida. As a  part of this anniversary, the university has planned a week-long schedule of events.           

In April of 1965, the University of

15 things to do this week on the Emerald Coast

By Jessica Ayers
Staff writer

As college students, the only thing more valuable than our time is our money. Making a budget is essential. But it shouldn’t force you into a Netflix/Ramen Noodle marathon every weekend. There are plenty of

Hundreds turn out for downtown Pensacola gun control march (PHOTOS)

By Drew Drohan
Staff writer

Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Pensacola on Saturday morning to protest gun violence in Florida and nationwide. The gathering was a part of the greater “March for Our Lives” protests seen across the country.

UWF Women’s Studies Conference hosts poet for keynote address

By Payne Ray
Staff writer

The University of West Florida’s Women’s Studies Collective hosted non-binary poet Andrea Gibson Friday at the 17th annual Women’s Studies conference in the UWF Conference Center.

15 things to do this week on the Emerald Coast

By Jessica Ayers
Staff writer

Make sure to hydrate this week and get a head start on that homework because it’s time for Saint Patrick’s Day. The Irish are known for being a little wild and this week, and Americans

New Orleans artist describes stereotypes that inspire her work during downtown lecture 

By Drew Drohan
Staff writer

A capacity-filled room watched New Orleans-based visual artist Katrina Andry discuss “Art as Activism” and present selected works at the Pensacola Museum of Art on Thursday night.