Monthly Archives: November 2015

“Fallout 4” first impression: Newest in game series gives players more control

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Opinions Editor

“War… war never changes.” Those are the first words we hear out of every installment in the “Fallout” videogame series. And when we hear them, we know we are in for a wonderful story, a tale …

UWF community garden grows food for thought and consumption

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Staff Writer

The University of West Florida maintains a community garden that allows students, faculty, staff and the community to maintain the garden and learn about sustainable food systems.

The community garden was created in 2009 in order …

FANdom Con: A convention ‘by the fans, for the fans’ Tom Moore

Contributing Writer

It started with a dream, in a college dorm room at UWF. As with so many dreams, it was from these humble beginnings that the phenomenon that is FANdom Con was born.

Linda Barnhart, Andy Caulfield, …

City Hall filled with red in support of Human Rights Ordinance

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Staff Writer

Pensacola City Hall was filled with passionate advocates Monday as it held a workshop discussing the adoption of a Human Rights Ordinance proposed by the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union).

The proposed ordinance “would prohibit discrimination

Food trucks are great for the community, but opponents have city council scared to act on ordinance


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Staff Writer

Pensacola’s City Council has been debating and postponing the proposed food truck ordinance for about three years now. The most recent council meeting, on Thursday, was the second reading of what is the closest they

Mental health advocate Kevin Hines to speak at UWF

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Staff Writer

The University of West Florida is set to host keynote speaker Kevin Hines, who will tell his story “Cracked, Not Broken – The Kevin Hines Story” at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Commons Auditorium.

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Wedgewood: Human life worth more than money made from human garbage

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Staff Writer

The citizens of Wedgewood pulled off an upset victory against corporate greed early this month, successfully persuading the county to shut down the Rolling Hills C&D (Construction and Demolition) Landfill. You see, the citizens of Wedgewood

UWF athletics weekly roundup

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Sports Editor

The University of West Florida women’s volleyball team wrapped up the regular season in convincingly, the men’s cross country team took a step forward, and women’s soccer clamped down in the NCAA Division II South Region …

Argo volleyball closes out regular season with a bang

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Contributing Writer

The No. 22-ranked University of West Florida volleyball team swept Gulf South Conference opponents this weekend: North Alabama and Alabama Huntsville 3-0 at home on both Friday evening and Saturday afternoon to wrap up the regular …

Seeds of Hope Walk to bring awareness to suicide victims and prevention

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Staff Writer

The annual Seeds of Hope 5k Walk will take place in Pensacola on Saturday, Nov. 21, to bring awareness and support to the local community about suicide victims and prevention.

The event will run from 8 …