Mr. and Ms. UWF announced at men’s soccer

Iqueena Hollis

Staff Writer

Homecoming 2015 festivities were capped off with the announcement of the new Mr. and Ms, UWF during halftime of the men’s soccer game on Friday.

Ryan Kasemeyer, a member of Sigma Chi fraternity, was crowned Mr. …

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Traveling to Mars, the challenges we face and proposed solutions

Tom Moore

Contributing Writer

It has been all over the news, from TV to radio, and all over social media. “NASA set to explore Mars!” “The Curiosity Rover lands on Mars.” “Curiosity’s Twitter feed reaches 1 million followers.” “NASA plans …

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Homecoming pep rally highlights university teams, Dan + Shay

Emily Doyle

Staff Writer

The Homecoming pep rally and concert featuring Country Music Awards-nominated artists Dan + Shay on Thursday allowed students to get into an “Argo state of mind.”

With a professional disc jockey, blue and green glitter guys …

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Concealed carry on college campuses

Tristan Lawson

Staff Writer

There have been 305 mass shootings documented in the United States in 2015.

Much of the attention has been focused on high-profile incidents that have occured on college campuses and public schools. Most recently, the shootings …

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Bernie Sanders shouldn’t need to explain Democratic Socialism to Americans

Josh Hart

Staff Writer

On Oct. 22, CNN reported that Bernie Sanders is poised to take the stage to “address the stigma” surrounding Sanders’ use of the term “Democratic Socialist” to describe his political ideology. Tad Devine, Sanders’ strategist, said …

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UWF athletics weekly roundup

Cassie Rhame

Staff Writer

Men’s Soccer

The University of West Florida men’s soccer team started the week with a loss on Sunday, Oct. 18, on the road against the University of West Alabama.

The Argonauts held their own, and were …

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UWF football continues to improve

Grier Wellborn

Contributing Writer

The University of West Florida football team played its fourth scrimmage of the season on Saturday, Oct. 24, at University Park Field as part of Homecoming 2015.

It was the first time the team has played …

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The Golden Fleece: Compete for a chance to meet Dan + Shay

Kaitlin Englund

Life and Entertainment Editor

The Golden Fleece Challenge is back, but with a new twist.

Each year, students celebrate Homecoming with the Golden Fleece Challenge. The challenge is a scavenger hunt modeled after the quest undertaken by Jason …

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UWF football kicks off at Blue Wahoos Stadium

Grier Wellborn

Contributing Writer

Instead of a baseball diamond, Pensacola Blue Wahoos Stadium was striped with yard lines in preparation for the University of West Florida football team’s third intrasquad scrimmage of its 2015 season on Saturday.

More than 3,000 …

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‘Three Postcards’ performance reins in dozens of play lovers

Iqueena Hollis

Staff Writer

Dozens of students, family and friends came to see the Department of Theatre production of “Three Postcards” at three performances this weekend in the Studio Theatre in the Center for Fine and Performing Arts.

The musical …

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