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Sights & Sounds

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and his wife An, pose for a photo during his election party at Vinyl on Tuesday night. Photo by Christian Graves

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and his wife An pose for a photo during his election party at Vinyl on Tuesday night.
Photo by Christian Graves


“A lot of politicians just like the title, but I’m a doer and I like to deliver results, and we delivered results for our great city.”

— Ashton Hayward

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Hannah Yager, with the Florida Public Relations Association, advertises group by writing in chalk on the sidewalk outside of the Communication Arts Building.Photo by Christian Graves

Hannah Yager, with the Florida Public Relations Association, advertises group by writing in chalk on the sidewalk outside of the Communication Arts Building.
Photo by Christian Graves


 

“I really like the Communications Department… This is my senior year, and I feel confident that I can get a job in the Pensacola area with the great professors I’ve had.”

— Hannah Yager

 

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UWF sophomore Jean Tonos greets students while wearing a Puerto Rican flag at the Hispanic Student Association’s table Thursday.  The HSA was giving away free candy on the lawn in front of Pace Library in celebration of Homecoming week. Photo by Jason Dustin

UWF sophomore Jean Tonos greets students while wearing a Puerto Rican flag at the Hispanic Student Association’s table Thursday. The HSA was giving away free candy on the lawn in front of Pace Library in celebration of Homecoming week.
Photo by Jason Dustin


“I’m proud of it. It’s my identity.”

— Jean Tonos

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Sam Jean-Gilles hands Jasmynne Chivers a t-shirt in front of Pace Library, Tuesday afternoon.  In celebration of UWF’s homecoming week,Jean-Gilles and his fellow Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity brothers were giving away the shirts to anyone wearing blue or green.

Photo by Jason Dustin

 Sam Jean-Gilles hands Jasmynne Chivers a t-shirt in front of Pace Library, Tuesday afternoon. In celebration of UWF’s homecoming week,Jean-Gilles and his fellow Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity brothers were giving away the shirts to anyone wearing blue or green.

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College Republican's President Daniel Taylor (left), and Vice President Tyler Ward (right) hang out in the Commons. Photo by Christian Graves

College Republican’s President Daniel Taylor (left), and Vice President Tyler Ward (right) hang out in the Commons.
Photo by Christian Graves


“We’re not getting caked up on Wednesday.”

— Daniel Taylor

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James Fears recently returned to school to pursue his BFA. He is currently a senior majoring in ceramics. Photo by Jason Dustin

James Fears recently returned to school to pursue his BFA. He is currently a senior majoring in ceramics.
Photo by Jason Dustin


“I’ve been throwing pots for 15-17 years … I figured why not.”

— James Fears

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Freshman Adam Motes rides his skateboard to class. Photo by Jason Dustin

Freshman Adam Motes rides his skateboard to class.
Photo by Jason Dustin


“It gets me back and forth to class … this campus is nothing but hills.  It’s beautiful.”

– Adam Motes

 

 

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Freshman roommates Taylor Scott (left) and Jessica Javier (right) head to the gym. Photo by Christian Graves

Freshman roommates Taylor Scott (left) and Jessica Javier (right) head to the gym.
Photo by Christian Graves

 

 


“Out of all our friends we’re the only ones who actually like our roommates.” 

— Taylor Scott

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Senior Chris Head has a cigarette outside the School of Science and Engineering Building. Head is working towards getting his second bachelor’s degree. Photo by Jason Dustin

Senior Chris Head has a cigarette outside the School of Science and Engineering Building. Head is working towards getting his second bachelor’s degree.
Photo by Jason Dustin


“I went back to school to do something I wanted to do… You’ve got to enjoy it while you can.”

— Chris Head

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Henry Langorn (left) and his wife Patsy Langhorn (right) head to class. Henry Langhorn, working on his Masters in Fine Arts, has written eight books of poetry. Photo by Christian Graves

Henry Langorn (left) and his wife Patsy Langhorn (right) head to class. Henry Langhorn, working on his Masters in Fine Arts, has written eight books of poetry.
Photo by Christian Graves


“We’re just two old folks taking classes.”

— Henry Langhorn