The nitty-gritty: Who thinks what and everything else you need to know before the Florida primaries

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enter The 2016 race for the presidency is well under way in the United States, and so far it has been wrought with mudslinging, half-truths and outright lies, and even has devolved further into thinly-veiled allegations …

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UWF’s calendar is jam-packed after spring break

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Spring break gives students plenty of things to do — travel, visit Florida’s famous beaches or even catch up on a good book — but there are also plenty of events that will be happening …

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Donors to use priority point system to obtain football tickets for fall

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UWF’s inaugural football season will soon be here, and fans already are scoping out ways to get tickets.

The University of West Florida’s Argonaut Athletic Club (AAC), the fundraising division of the UWF Athletic Department, …

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Protect yourself online: Center for Cybersecurity hosts self-defense workshop

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University of West Florida Center for Cybersecurity hosted guest speaker Glenda Snodgrass, president and lead consultant at The Net Effect LLC, on March 9. In her presentation, “Cyber Self Defense: Protecting your online identity,” …

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‘The Vagina Monologues’ empowers women while raising money for Rape Crisis Center

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On Friday night, March 11, The Feminist Society of Pensacola turned the University of West Florida Commons Auditorium into a sanctuary of vaginal praise. “The Vagina Monologues” is an episodic play written by Eve Ensler, …

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Grammy-winning baritone leaves audience with a message deeper than his voice

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The University of West Florida’s Center for Fine and Performing Arts was host to the melodious vocals of Grammy award-winning baritone Daniel Belcher on Monday night, March 7.

Belcher has an extensive career in the …

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Spring break, but not booze, on the Pensacola Beach Boardwalk

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Spring break is here for UWF students, but if you are planning to go to Pensacola Beach, be aware. Some things are not as they used to be.

The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners …

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