INERTIA makes headway with pitch to local entrepreneurs

by Danielle Brown, Staff Writer

Student-founded, non-profit organization INERTIA introduced their unique initiative in increasing student success in Escambia County to a group of local mentors, advisors and entrepreneurs Wednesday.

The Kauffman Foundation’s 1 Million Cups program gave INERTIA …

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Pensacola-made: Gibson looks to finish UWF football career on top

by Andrew Freeman, Staff Writer

Devin Gibson, a redshirt junior on the University of West Florida football team, has become a leader for the Argos.

Gibson was a part of the original signing class for UWF back in 2015. …

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MLK Day of Service: The next step

by Wendell A. Slater, Staff Writer

On April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was fatally shot outside the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee. Four days later, Representative John Conyers introduced a motion to the House of Representatives …

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Points of Departure: UWF Art Gallery showcases beginner-level art

by Sean Minton, Staff Writer

The Points of Departure Foundation Exhibition is a beginner-level student exhibition hosted in building 82 from now until Jan. 24th. The gallery located in room 240 is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. …

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I Heart Bento: Fresh Asian cuisine

by Zora Davis, Staff Writer

I Heart Bento offers a selection of Asian dishes to Pensacola. They serve a variety of rice and bowls, sushi and bento boxes. They also have a variety of flavors and toppings for the …

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Center for Entrepreneurship hosts student panel

by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer

The UWF Center for Entrepreneurship hosted its first event of the semester on Wednesday in the John C. Pace Library Idea Space, located on the first floor.

The event, dubbed the “Student Entrepreneur Panel,” …

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Krewe of Bananimals warms up Pensacola Beach with chili cook-off

by Danielle Brown, Staff Writer

Football on every monitor, the aroma of hot chili and the sound of light conversation embodied the Beach Break bar in Pensacola Beach Sunday afternoon.

The Krewe of Bananimals filled the bar wearing Saints …

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Hurricane Michael: Life after the storm

by Cailee Heinemann, Staff Writer

On Oct. 10, 2018, life as the Panhandle knew it changed forever. Hurricane Michael, the third-most intense hurricane to ever make landfall in the U.S., killed over 60 people and destroyed thousands of homes, …

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Pensacola Museum of Art hosts 65th annual ‘Youth Art Focus’

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The Pensacola Museum of Art opened its 65th annual “Youth Art Focus” on Friday, which features young artists from the Escambia County school system.

The exhibition is on display during National Youth Art Month …

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SGA makes plans to bring free menstrual products to campus, alters senate ratios

by Delaney Anderson, Staff Writer

On Friday afternoon, the Student Government Association’s executive branch shared its progress on their plans to bring free menstrual hygiene products to students on campus.

With only a short bit of time left in …

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