Monthly Archives: November 2014

Timothy O’Keefe promoted from interim dean Iqueena Hollis
Staff Writer

W. Timothy O’Keefe, DBA, CPA was recently appointed the dean of the College of Business after being the interim dean since fall 2013.

O’Keefe, who is also the director of Graduate Programs and a professor of …

UWF’s plan for Ebola outbreak

Kenneth King
Staff Writer

In response to the latest Ebola epidemic in the West African region, the University of West Florida has taken preventative measures and outbreak preparations to ensure the safety of the UWF community.

UWF’s Environmental Health and …

‘Feminist Iconography’ on display Ashley Seifert
Staff Writer

The plight and everyday struggles of women that have been captured in various mediums of art are currently on display in the University of West Florida’s Art Gallery.

For years, those in support of feminism have …

CAB hosts annual lip sync competition Aaron Jacobs
Staff Writer

The Campus Activity Board held its annual lip sync competition Thursday night in the commons auditorium.

The host of the competition was Devonte Wilson, vice president of the University of West Florida Student Government Association. Wilson …

‘Psycho Beach Party’ opens at UWF

flomax viagra drug interactions Ashley Seifert
Staff Writer

Ripples of infectious laughter filled the University of West Florida’s Studio Theatre Friday night in response to the different faces Chicklet revealed as the play, “Psycho Beach Party,” progressed.

The seating capacity within the Studio Theatre, …

SCUBA club offers unique opportunities to UWF students Kyle Treadway
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida SCUBA Club not only offers students an extracurricular activity, but also gives them valued experience before heading into their career field.

The club allows those with a maritime biology and marine …

Valdosta eliminates UWF in GSC semifinal match Ashley Seifert
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s women’s soccer team dropped out of the Gulf South Conference running when the Valdosta State Blazers defeated the Argonauts 2-1 last Friday.

After a defensive struggle to see who would come …

‘Against All Odds: The Art of the Highwaymen’

source url Kyle Treadway
Staff Writer

Paintings from artists who overca

me segregation in the 1950s to produce more than 200,000 works in 20 years are currently on display at the Voices of Pensacola Multicultural Resource Center in downtown Pensacola.

The traveling …

UWF volleyball team sweeps Mississippi College 3-0 Aaron Jacobs
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida volleyball team closed out its season with a 3-0 (25-17, 25-12, 25-13) sweep at home over the Choctaws of Mississippi College on Saturday night.

The Argonauts (24-6, 17-3 GSC) never trailed …

WUWF hosts RadioLive

WUWF hosted its monthly RadioLive program Thursday night. Featured artists were Sam Pacetti, Lani Nash and Rob Picott. Aaron Jacobs
Staff Writer

WUWF hosted its monthly RadioLive program Thursday night at the Commerce Museum in historic Pensacola Village. Featured …