MVRC honors Veterans Day with guest speaker at observance ceremony

By Danielle Brown

Staff Writer

The Military Veterans Resource Center held a Veterans Day observance ceremony to honor those who have served and welcomed a retired lieutenant general of the Marine Corps as a guest speaker.

People from every background …

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Pensacola Rookie to Professional: Maura Little

By Bradley Sanders

Staff Writer

With only graduating just seven months ago from the University of West Florida, Maura Little is already creating a name for herself. While being the marketing & communications coordinator at Big Brothers Big Sisters of …

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Panel on student finances offers tips, solutions for money management

By Drew Drohan

Staff Writer

Members of Pen Air Federal Credit Union joined a panel for Fall 2018 Financial Bootcamp in the Commons Conference Center Wednesday.

The event’s mission was to educate students on how to invest, budget and manage …

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UWF Women’s Basketball opens season at Valdosta

By Shaniqua Magee

Staff Writer

Ranked third in the Gulf South Conference, the University of West Florida’s women’s basketball will compete against Albany in the GSC vs. SIAC tournament in Valdosta, GA.

The Argos previously beat Albany State in last …

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Indy musician redefining ‘Made in China’ with new distribution tactics

Adam Faber

Contributing Writer

For an aspiring musician, sitting down with a rapper who signed with a Def Jam label is an opportunity. The fact he went on to start his own record label, and is focusing on passing on …

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Tyler Perry decides to end popular character Madea’ after a successful 20-year run

By Andre Harrell II

Staff Writer

Movie mogul Tyler Perry shocked millions on Monday when he announced his decision to kill off his popular character, Mabel Simmons, better known as Madea’.

From stage productions to the big screen, Tyler Perry …

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Women’s soccer nabs top seed in Division II South Region

By Tyler Wood

Staff Writer

It says something about a program when a team finishes a season 20-0 and you can’t even call it historic. Flash back to 2012 when the UWF women’s soccer team won the national championship on …

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Get informed; Get Educated; Get Tested: Free Rapid HIV Testing Available Through AHF

By Sean Minton

Staff Writer

Published in Print Edition on Oct. 10

One of the leading taboo topics for college students is HIV. Although most know about the virus, many do not know the importance of knowing one’s HIV status

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From Lone Star to Star Power: Burford transfers to UWF, becomes leader

By Tony Mixon

Staff Writer

Published in Print Edition on Oct. 10

Any student transitioning to college has it hard enough when it comes to preparation of a new environment.

It can be more challenging when you’re a student athlete …

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UWF basketball kicks off season with Argo Madness

By Tony Mixon

Staff Writer

Of all the excitement UWF basketball fans got in Monday’s Argo Madness, the source of the most thrills was a person who will never take a shot in game.

Band member Garshce Roble was the …

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