Game Development Club gives UWF students creative space

Game Development Club gives UWF students creative space

Editor’s note: This article was written as a part of The Voyager’s print newspaper project, but was unable to make the Spring edition due to space constraints. 

By Payne Ray
Staff More »

Typewriter Project spawns Corpse in Six Parts

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 More »

SGA Election Update: Supreme court hearing rules in favor of Malone despite Megginson’s passionate testimony

SGA Election Update: Supreme court hearing rules in favor of Malone despite Megginson’s passionate testimony

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

The turbulent SGA presidential election looks to have finally played its final suspenseful card. On Wednesday, April 11, the SGA supreme court ruled in More »

SGA Election Update: Dupuis drops out; Megginson appeals to re-enter race

SGA Election Update: Dupuis drops out; Megginson appeals to re-enter race

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

In an already roller coaster of an SGA presidential race, another seismic shift has changed the landscape of the election. On April 5, Leonie More »

SGA presidential election comes down to a runoff, two candidates remain

SGA presidential election comes down to a runoff, two candidates remain

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer 

For those anxious to see who will be at the helm of SGA for the University of West Florida next school year, there is a little More »

 

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

SGA Election Update: Supreme court hearing rules in favor of Malone despite Megginson’s passionate testimony

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

The turbulent SGA presidential election looks to have finally played its final suspenseful card. On Wednesday, April 11, the SGA supreme court ruled in favor of a runoff ballot of the option to vote for

SGA Election Update: Runoff postponed; hearing to be held to decide candidates’ fate

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

In yet another turn of events, the SGA elections at the University of West Florida will not end on the date initially planned. The runoff election that was scheduled for Tuesday, April 10, will be

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

SGA Election Update: Dupuis drops out; Megginson appeals to re-enter race

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

In an already roller coaster of an SGA presidential race, another seismic shift has changed the landscape of the election. On April 5, Leonie Dupuis — one of the two remaining candidates after the news

SGA presidential election comes down to a runoff, two candidates remain

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer 

For those anxious to see who will be at the helm of SGA for the University of West Florida next school year, there is a little more waiting to do. After two days of students

Take Back the Night brings together students to fight sexual violence

By Drew Drohan
Staff writer

University of West Florida students filled the Commons Auditorium Wednesday night for Take Back the Night, an event to raise awareness for sexual assault prevention. The gathering showcased a variety recent media and news events

Top-ranked men’s golf team wins Argo Invitational; Blanchet notches record 12th win

By Tyler Wood
Staff writer

The University of West Florida men’s golf team won its fifth tournament of the 2017-18 season and senior Chandler Blanchet took the individual crown in the Argonaut Invitational at Pensacola Country Club on April 3.

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

UWF football to start where they left off; spring practice in full swing

By Will Rasmussen
Staff writer

Spring football was on full display as the No. 2 West Florida Argonauts began week two of practice April 3. Tuesday was the first day of live practice for the Argos, who are looking to