UWF women’s basketball season review: Senior class creates legacy, Argos fall short in NCAA Tourney

by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer

The UWF women’s basketball team lost to Nova Southeastern 87-78 on March 16 in Lakeland, Florida. With that loss, the Argonauts’ season came to an end.

UWF (24-6) came into the game against Nova …

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Food Review: Pensacola Live! Juice Bar impresses customers with variety of options

by Zora Davis, Staff Writer

Live! Juice Bar is a new healthy restaurant for Pensacola locals to enjoy and to have a good time.

Live! Juice Bar has been open since last summer, and the business is growing each …

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UWF Historic Trust opens Best of Show exhibit

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The UWF Historic Trust recently opened their Best of Show exhibit at the T.T. Wentworth Jr. Museum.  The exhibition features projects from the Escambia County District History Fair.  

Students chose a significant event …

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Ancient Rome comes to life on UWF campus

by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer

Students at the University of West Florida brought Ancient Rome to life on campus Wednesday and Thursday after presenting a number of visual and hands-on demonstrations that focused on the historical time period.

“Daily …

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What’s the tea, Asher and Bee?

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

Asher and Bee Apothecary and Teahouse is a quaint, local store that is filled with the aroma of flowers, herbs, healing powers and homemade snacks.

The current shop, located at 7 E Gregory St. …

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Movie review: ‘What Men Want’ falls short in answering its own question

by Mya Clark, Staff Writer

“What Men Want” debuted in theaters on Feb. 8 and has managed to bring in $60.1 million in the box office.

Overall the movie was standard comedy with its highs, lows and ultimately a …

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UWF names new associate VP, chief audit executive

by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer

John “Vito” Hite was appointed as associate vice president and chief audit executive last month by UWF President Martha Saunders.

His position as associate vice president is responsible for internal audits, investigative and management …

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Pensacola Museum of Art to host monthly sci-fi movie screenings

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The Pensacola Museum of Art is bringing together classic sci-fi and horror film enthusiasts on the first Saturday of the next few months with Sci-Fi Saturdays.

On the first Saturday of each month, the museum …

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Spring Break tips, tricks and things to do around Pensacola

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

Now that Spring Break is finally upon us, I’ve compiled a list of local sites to explore and events to attend, as well as a handful of travel tips for those on a budget.…

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West Georgia upsets UWF in GSC Tournament

by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer

UWF hosted West Georgia for round one of the GSC women’s basketball tournament on Tuesday, and the Argonauts lost the game 48-45 in a defensive rock-fight.

With the loss to West Georgia (16-11, 11-10 …

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