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Library contains mysteries unknown to students

By William Watson
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida Library is accessed by students daily. However, the building contains secrets that not everyone knows about. Whether students confuse information or are uninformed about the library is the real mystery.

Financial literacy: What you need to know about credit

By Tom Moore
Staff Writer

The word “credit” has many different uses in the English language. People can be credited with an original work. People can give other people credit for helping them out. But this is not the type of credit discussed here.

Breaking the stigma of sexual assault – or at least trying to

By Alicia Adams
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida is making strides in the fight against sexual assault, but that doesn’t mean the world has changed.

Popular Palafox Market even busier with arrival of spring

By Allison Bew
Staff Writer

The Palafox Market is a year-round farmers market that especially blooms in the springtime with fresh produce and people wanting to support local businesses and eat organically.

Experience the Labyrinth right here on campus

By Elizabeth Gray
Staff Writer

If you’ve ever wanted to visit the Chartres Cathedral in France but can’t quite come up with the funds, don’t worry, because the UWF Department of History is bringing the cathedral to you.

Opinion: Turn out the lights and support Earth Hour this Saturday to help save the planet

By Juliana Liévano Uribe
Staff Writer

Earth Hour, celebrated this year on Saturday, March 25, is perhaps the most important environmental event of the year, and surprisingly one that will go unnoticed in Pensacola.

Argos hold off late Spring Hill rally for seventh straight win

By Tyler Wood
Contributing Writer 

The West Florida men’s baseball team has improved to 17-10 on the strength of seven consecutive wins, the latest being a 7-5 non-conference victory over Spring Hill College on Wednesday evening.

Chamber Music class brings the Baroque to Old Christ Church

By Taylor Hall

Staff Writer

Old Christ Church in historic Pensacola hosted the monthly Chamber Music Recital on Wednesday, directed by Hedi Salanki-Rubardt, Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Music. This month’s recital was themed “Baroque and Beyond.”

Perfect weather brings out large crowd for Pensacola’s Grand Mardi Gras parade

By Allison Bew
Staff Writer

Thousands of Pensacolians struggled to find parking downtown Saturday for the Pensacola Grand Mardi Gras Parade. With a high in the mid-70s and not a cloud in the sky, the weather was perfect for catching beads and eating moon pies.

Mardi Gras, also known as “Fat Tuesday,” is Feb. 28, and Pensacola is more than ready to partake in the festive traditions.

Review Pensacon 2017: Something for everyone

By Tom Moore
Staff Reporter

Welcome to Pensacon, Pensacola’s premier comic con. Pensacon 2017 was my fourth Pensacon, and by far the most interesting. When the lines between fantasy and reality are blurred beyond recognition, and the laws of the known universe are completely defied, the result is Pensacon.
“I have attended Pensacon since the first year,” said Angel Matthews, a local cosplayer and hardcore player of the hit video game series “League of Legends.”