Monthly Archives: February 2018

Zigtebra: synth-pop in Pensacola

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The soft blue lights and intriguing décor set the mood as you walk through the door. A Valentine’s Day card, like the ones swapped between classmates in elementary school, lays on the open table between

UWF counselor mentors military, veteran students

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Lori Milkeris has been a veterans counselor and mentor coordinator for the Military and Veterans Resource Center at the University of West Florida since 2013.

Review: ‘Music Man’ successful on all notes

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Meridith Wilson’s “The Music Man,” hosted by the University of West Florida’s Department of Theater, opened Thursday in the Mainstage Theater, at the Center for Fine and Performing Arts. 

Darryl Tucker excels in basketball, finds home at UWF

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Senior forward Darryl Tucker leads the 17th ranked University of West Florida’s men’s basketball team and the Gulf South Conference in a unique way. Missing the first few minutes to relax and focus, Tucker has

Argos prevail on Senior Day for 24th win

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On an emotional evening in the UWF Field House, the University of West Florida men’s basketball team defeated Union University 72-60 in the Argos’ last home game of the 2017-18 season, improving to 11-1 at

UWF upsets Union in stunning victory

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The University of West Florida women’s basketball team pulled off a shocking win beating Union University — who is currently in 1st place in the Gulf South Conference Standings — with an 80-78 win in

15 things to do this week that won’t break the bank

Editor’s note: This continues our weekly series of 15 things to do on the Emerald Coast. Each week, staff writer Jessica Ayers will highlight 15 inexpensive local events for college students to attend without breaking the bank.

Museums hailed as special spaces during lecture at Pensacola Museum of Art

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Staff writer

Pensacola area public school student-contributed artwork hung on the walls as the “Museums as Authentic Public Space” panel engaged in a thoughtful discussion on Thursday night at the Pensacola Museum of Art.

Local law firm hosts ‘Legal Graffiti’ to raise money for children’s hospital

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The Zarzaur Law firm partnered with the Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital Friday to host a “Legal Graffiti” event at downtown Pensacola’s monthly Gallery Night.

UWF community holds candlelight vigil for victims of school shooting

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The University of West Florida community held a candlelight vigil in the Cannon Green Thursday night in honor of the victims of a shooting which occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.