Pensacola holds 31st annual MLK Day parade

Pensacola holds 31st annual MLK Day parade

By Courtney Shaw Staff writer Monday marked the 32nd annual celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and the 31st annual Martin Luther King Day Parade in downtown Pensacola. More »

UWF students join local organizations in day of service

UWF students join local organizations in day of service

By Payne Ray Staff writer More than 120 University of West Florida students partnered with community service organizations throughout Pensacola Saturday morning for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service event. More »

Shinnick named AFCA coach of the year

Shinnick named AFCA coach of the year

By William Rasmussen Sports writer University of West Florida head football coach Pete Shinnick capped off a historic 2017 season, taking home the 2018 American Football Coaches’ Association Coach of the Year More »

25th anniversary of murder of Susan Morris on UWF campus

25th anniversary of murder of Susan Morris on UWF campus

David and Marcia Morris Special to The Voyager On January 11, 1993, which was a Monday, our daughter, Susan Morris, never made it home from her first night class of the new More »

Opinion: Bragging on your failure doesn’t change the fact that you failed

Opinion: Bragging on your failure doesn’t change the fact that you failed

By Rachel Witbracht Staff writer Failure, although natural and expected, is glorified by college students. Maybe that’s used as a vessel to shift the narrative from failure to funny, but it doesn’t More »

 

UWF student and alum share experiences with iPhone X

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

The fruits of Apple’s labor have produced some of the world’s most widely used and popular technology. Ten years after the first iPhone has been released, the tech company released the iPhone X (or iPhone 10) on Nov. 3 with a retail price starting at $999.

Opinion: I’m glad Trump is waging war against “fake news”

By Rachel Witbracht
Staff writer

As a founding member of the College Democrats chapter on my campus, you might be surprised by my support of the term “fake news,” but not for the reason you think.

Brotherhood no more: the state of today’s fraternities

By Steve Likovetz
Staff writer

Fraternities pride themselves on brotherhood, philanthropy and being an example of model students on campus — or at least they used to. Greek organizations have evolved into hazing rituals, underage drinking and wild parties.

Pensacola Archaeological Society reaches out to UWF students

By Anna Smith
Staff writer

The Pensacola Archaeological Society is a non-profit organization that allows the community to come together to learn, discuss and support archaeological efforts.

UWF students walk laps to celebrate those lost to suicide

By Steve Likovetz
Staff writer

Active Minds at the University of West Florida, with the help of the Sigma Xi fraternity, hosted their 8th annual Seeds of Hope 5K community walk on Saturday night at the UWF track.

UWF student life experiencing setback as two Greek organizations are suspended

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

The University of West Florida has added itself to the growing list of schools around the country that have been negatively affected by misconduct from fraternities and sororities.

Argos finish weekend challenge with overtime victory over Fort Valley State

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

The University of West Florida men’s basketball team emerged undefeated from the GSC-SIAC Crossover Challenge this weekend, but not without outlasting Fort Valley State in a 75-68 overtime victory.

UWF presents strategic plan to Board of Governors

By Rachel Witbracht
Staff writer

The University of West Florida announced its strategic plan at the Florida Board of Governors meeting on Nov. 8, which sets forth the path of the university until 2025.

Keep Pensacola Beautiful enlists UWF for cemetery clean-up

By Steve Likovetz
Staff writer

University of West Florida students and staff working together with Keep Pensacola Beautiful got their hands dirty on Saturday to help beautify the Mt. Zion Historical Cemetery.

Organization spotlight: Emerald Coastkeeper

By Morgan Givens
Staff writer

When asked why she works every day to keep our local environment clean, Emerald Coastkeeper’s Executive Director Laurie Murphy summed it up well.

“Just because we don’t have an oil spill, that does not mean we have an alarming pollution problem,” she said.