Argos welcome Badgers for first home game Tuesday

By Jay Phillips

Staff Writer

After winning a conference title last season, UWF’s men’s basketball team will look to get back to its winning ways with the Argonaut’s first home game of the season on Tuesday against Spring Hill.

Both …

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Gulf Coast Kids House focuses on aiding children experiencing abuse

By Kaylee Jones

Staff Writer

Gulf Coast Kids House is a nonprofit organization founded in 1998 that helps abused children and their families. It is a safe place for abused children to talk about their issues, and provided the resources …

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Five break up, recover songs: Mini Playlist

By Sean Minton

Staff Writer

There is an emotional journey to the end of a relationship. Whether it is grief or happiness everyone has their own story that they can live vicariously through in this miniature playlist.

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UWF volleyball travels south in opening round of NCAA Regionals

By Tyler Wood

Staff Writer

The University of West Florida volleyball team earned the No. 5 seed in the NCAA Division-II South Region after taking home the Gulf South Conference Championship and will travel to West Palm Beach Thursday to …

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Things to do on the Emerald Coast 11/14-11/21

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 Pensacola Little Theatre, located at 400 South Jefferson Street, will be hosting a 24-hour …

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Argos look to continue hot start, headed to Tampa

By Shaniqua Magee

Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s Men’s basketball team is preparing for a weekend in Saint Leo, Florida. The Argos are currently ranked number fourth in the Gulf South Conference.

They are scheduled to play the …

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Michelle Williams speaks openly about depression

By Andre Harrell II

Staff Writer

In the new series Chad Loves Michelle that premiered Sunday evening on OWN network, singer Michelle Williams of the world-renowned girls’ group Destiny’s Child spoke openly about her battle with depression, inspiring others to …

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Perfect season ends in heartbreak for UWF women’s soccer

by Tyler Wood,

Staff Writer

Twenty. That’s the number of wins the West Florida women’s soccer team had in the same number of games. No losses, no draws, only wins.

Sixty-two. That’s the number of goals the Argos scored in …

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Volleyball championship Sunday yields GSC championship, automatic tournament bid

Jay Phillips

Staff Writer

The top-two overall seeds in the GSC volleyball tournament played for the championship Sunday in Pensacola, with top-seeded UWF beating West Alabama in five sets.

UWF (25-7) won the previous two meeting with West Alabama (22-8), …

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UWF prepares for season finale against West Alabama

By Jay Phillips 

Staff Writer

UWF will travel to Livingston, Alabama to play West Alabama for the Argonauts last regular season game of the year, and what could be the last game of the season if UWF doesn’t make the …

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