Monthly Archives: November 2015

Day of Declaration and Majors Fair helps students explore their career options

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Contributing Writer

On Thursday, students had the opportunity to explore the many academic possibilities offered to UWF students at the annual Day of Declaration and Majors Fair.

Senior Samantha Huss said, “Students get to know more about what’s …

Seeking a second wind: How to make it to the end of the semester without having a breakdown Emily Doyle

Staff Writer

With the end of the semester in sight, University of West Florida’s students are relying more and more on caffeine and hope to make it till the end of finals.

UWF Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) …

UWF Football holds last scrimmage before 2016 inaugural season

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Contributing Writer

The University of West Florida football team played its final intrasquad scrimmage on Saturday at University Park Fields. Because there are so many injuries within the team, Head Coach Pete Shinnick switched up the roster so …

International Student Services seek hosts for Thanksgiving holiday Amanda Gerow

Staff Writer

International Student Services is looking for students, faculty, and staff from the University of West Florida who are willing to host international students for the Thanksgiving holiday.

“Some of the literature we were reading says that …

UWF Portfolio Night review

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Contributing Writer

Graphic design students had the opportunity to network with local business and advertising professionals at Portfolio Night on Tuesday in the Communication Arts Building.

Officially kicking off at 5:30 p.m. with pizza and drinks, the event …

Wal-Mart bomber could face life in prison Cassie Rhame

Staff Writer

Marshall Leonard, 61, faces life in prison after allegedly bombing a Mississippi Wal-Mart on Sunday, angry about the retailer ceasing sales of Confederate flag paraphernalia.

Leonard ran up to the store around 1:30 a.m. and is …

UWF alum’s record label spins up

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Staff Writer

There’s an old adage about the dangers of going into business with your friends or your family. But Al Mirabella, a Pensacola-based UWF alumnus, is ignoring this advice with as much umbrage as he can …

Veterans share their stories and struggles at “Telling: Pensacola” Iqueena Hollis

Staff Writer

The UWF Military and Veterans Resource Center partnered with “Telling: Pensacola” to bring awareness of the real-life struggles veterans face on and off the battlefield.

This event was free to the public and put on by …

Hurricane Patricia’s remnants wreak havoc in Pensacola on Monday

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Staff Writer

While Hurricane Patricia was quickly downgraded after it hit the southwest coast of Mexico last weekend, the storm system was the largest ever recorded and was still powerful enough to affect multiple states including Texas, Mississippi, …

Feminist Iconography II: A platform for justice Jason Dustin

Sports Editor

“Feminist Iconography II,” presented by the Women’s Studies Collective (WSC) at the University of West Florida, in conjunction with The Art Gallery, will open on Tuesday and run through Saturday.

The show includes work submitted by …