by Sean Minton, Staff Writer
During the beginning of October 2018, one of the most intense storms, Hurricane Michael, made its way through Panama City. Hundreds lost homes and were displaced. One Panama City local, Keenan Jordan, struggled to …More
by Cailee Heinemann, Staff Writer
College is supposed to be about having fun and making new memories. But as a college student, how are you supposed to do that when you are making minimum wage and trying to stay …More
by Danielle Brown, Staff Writer
Volunteers, a councilwoman and staff members with Keep Pensacola Beautiful gathered early Sunday morning to break ground on the organization’s “40 Trees for 40 Years” project.
Several Pensacola parks will receive new trees planted …More
by Mya Clark, Staff Writer
The ninth annual Blizzard Bash will take place at the Cannon Green on Wednesday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., showcasing a variety of UWF student organizations.
Blizzard Bash has become an annual event …More
by Delaney Anderson, Staff Writer
The UWF Student Government Association voted against an amendment to Part C of the Fourth Chapter of SGA’s statutes at Friday’s meeting.
Proposed by Senator Hunter Lyons from the Hal Marcus College of Science, …More
by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer
The University of West Florida’s cybersecurity program demonstrated its success on Thursday at the Cybersecurity Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) Grant Showcase in Washington, D.C. The showcase was administered by the Department of Homeland …More
by Hiram Velez, Staff Writer
The University of West Florida’s Phi Beta Sigma celebrated Founder’s Day on Wednesday, commemorating the fraternity’s 105th anniversary. The chapter was chartered at the campus of the University of West Florida on April 8, …More