UWF men’s basketball drops conference home opener

By Tony Mixon

Staff Writer

Senior point guard Rashaan Benson’s 23 points is not enough against Christian Brothers as University of West Florida lost their conference opener 71-60.

After winning the first two games of the season, the once nationally …

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Local sports entrepreneurs give advice to students on starting business

By Drew Drohan

Staff Writer

The John C. Pace Library hosted “Sports Entrepreneurship & Leadership” Wednesday night with a panel discussion.

The discussion featured three entrepreneurs with a presence in the Pensacola area.

Three panelists, Briana Knight, Tim Fox, and …

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‘Neck guy’ combats neckativity with MMA, Pensacola Island Fights

By Danielle Brown

Staff Writer

Charles Dion McDowell, the center of the biggest Facebook roast because of the size of his neck, was recruited by Island Fights CEO Dean Toole to train for a bout in Pensacola.

McDowell would be …

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Things to Do on the Emerald Coast 11/29-12/5

By Olivia Rodriguez

Staff Writer

Looking for something to do this week? Here is a detailed list of off-campus events happening in the local area.

The Harlem Globetrotters will be performing at the Pensacola Bay Center, located at 201 East …

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UWF QB Beaudry announces decision to transfer

By Tyler Wood

Staff Writer

West Florida quarterback Mike Beaudry, who sat out the entire 2018 season after sustaining a leg injury in the season-opener against Carson-Newman, has announced his decision to request a release from the University of West …

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UWF Department of Music makes room for Escambia High Jazz

By Andre Harrell II

Staff Writer

On Tuesday, Nov. 27, the University of West Florida Department of Music will present the Jazz Ensemble in concert, with special guest Escambia High Jazz, in the mainstage theater.…

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Florida’s first doctoral program in robotics research coming to UWF

By Jamie Calvert

Staff Writer

Florida’s first doctoral degree program for intelligent systems and robotics will be developed here at UWF’s Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering, thanks to a partnership with the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition.

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SGA’s McCabe relishes opportunity as treasurer

By Drew Drohan

Staff Writer

A treasurer possesses qualities that include an orderly and methodical way of thinking, an eye for detail and the ability to make decisions with confidence.

For UWF’s Student Government Association’s treasurer Hunter McCabe, he holds …

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Hall’s triple-double paces women’s basketball win over Spring Hill

By Tyler Wood

Staff Writer

After a four-game road trip to open the 2018-19 season, the UWF women’s basketball team was welcomed home by an energetic crowd Tuesday night, as the Lady Argos cruised to a 105-74 win over Spring …

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Benson breaks assist record as UWF downs Spring Hill

By: Tony Mixon

Staff Writer

The UWF men’s basketball bounced back after back-to-back losses to win in their home opener, downing the Spring Hill College Badgers 79-69.

UWF (3-2) benefitted from the play of senior point guard Raashan Benson, who …

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