UWF softball wins 14th straight in rout of Miles College

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Thursday afternoon the No. 10 UWF softball team faced the Miles College Bears at home, winning in an 11-0 shutout. This victory marks the 14th straight win for the Lady Argos.

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Let the Lyre Games begin: Alpha Chi Omega to host annual charity event

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Alpha Chi Omega will be holding it’s first Lyre Games this Saturday at John R. Jones Field. The Games will have a $3 entry fee or a highly encouraged $1 entry fee with a …

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Orlando Jones: The Mobile, Alabama, native who became an ‘American God’

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If you told me back in 2002, when I was 8 years old, that I would have the opportunity to interview the legendary Orlando Jones from “Drumline,” I would have called you a bold-faced …

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SGA election candidates announced; sophomore presidential ticket faces experienced executive branch members

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The season of change is approaching the University of West Florida campus as the 2019 Student Government Association elections enter full swing. Candidates were required to get all of the necessary materials in by …

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Food Review: ‘Who Cut the Grilled Cheese’ may not look like much, but it has perfect ratings on Yelp

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If you’re looking for comfort food, Who Cut the Grilled Cheese and Cake is the food truck for you.

Who Cut The Grilled Cheese opened up in 2018, offering grilled cheese sandwiches (obviously), desserts …

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Pensacola dresses up for Pensacon

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Last weekend Pensacola transformed into a giant pop culture, sci-fi fantasy enthused, animated cosplay hub to celebrate the sixth annual Pensacon.

Visitors and locals alike filled the Pensacola Bay Center for Pensacon and then …

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Historic trust opens ‘Space Oddities’ exhibit

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The T. T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum held an opening reception for their new exhibit, Space Oddities, on Friday night.

Guests viewed the collection of movie props and memorabilia while enjoying refreshments and …

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Open a book, give a book: Local nonprofit sends thousands of books to prisoners each year

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A handwritten letter unfolded Wednesday evening that read, “‘Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.’ – Albert Einstein.”

Open Books Bookstore received this letter from an incarcerated Florida prisoner. The bookstore is …

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Black History Month: The fraternity’s perspective

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On Dec. 4 1906, the first African-American fraternity was founded at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is a historically African-American fraternity that was first based on supporting minority …

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Women’s basketball breaks into national rankings at No. 19

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For the first time this year, the University of West Florida women’s basketball team ranks in the Top 25 in the NCAA Division II media polls at No. 19.

The Argos now hold a …

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