UWF Beta Alpha Psi wins major award

Submitted by the University of West Florida chapter of Beta Alpha Psi

UWF’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi was awarded Superior Chapter status by the Board of Directors of the International Chapter. There are only approximately 150 universities worldwide that …

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UWF CAAG teams up with community groups

Submitted by the UWF Child Abuse Awareness Group

Founded just this year, the UWF Child Abuse Awareness Group is teaming up with Escambia County child abuse advocacy center, Gulf Coast Kid’s House, to raise awareness regarding an ongoing problem in

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UWF Student Support Services provides empowerment, engagement and enlightenment

“TRiO was by far the best thing that happened to me in college,” Malcolm Clary, UWF 2018 alumni who graduated with a degree in supply chain logistics management, said. Clary’s first year was a struggle, but with TRiO’s help, he

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Undergraduates Over 40: Musician Finds Her Major at UWF

by Sarah Richards

“I was forty-four when I went back,” Rachel Giordano, a communications major at the University of West Florida, said.  “I had just gotten out of a divorce after twenty-two years of being married. Once that happened, I

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Talking the Talk: UWF Forensics Team kicks off competition season

Submitted by the UWF Forensics Team

On Saturday, Oct. 19 the UWF Forensics Team attended the Cleveland State Forensic Classic Tournament in Cleveland, TN. Team president, Nicole Allen, and team historian, Olivia Gardner, competed to earn spots in the final

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Thinking Outside the Tank: Entrepreneurship Not Just for Business Majors

by Sarah Richards

The UWF Center for Entrepreneurship is a support service for up-and-coming and existing entrepreneurs, acting as a resource for students and faculty.

“For students actually starting a business, we try to pair them with people who have

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Carl Hiaasen, Miami-Herald columnist, speaks on First Amendment, weird Florida, shrinking newsrooms

by Sarah Richards

Photo courtesy of the University of West Florida

“I may be one of the only people in Pensacola to have appeared in an Andy Marlette cartoon and is still smiling,” Miami-Herald columnist, Carl Hiaasen, said at an

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West Florida football looks to pull out all the stops for first home game against Virginia-Lynchburg

by Christian Skewes

Saturday September 21 the West Florida football team (1-1 GSC 1-0) will face off against the Virginia-Lynchburg Dragons (0-2) in non-conference play at Blue Wahoo’s stadium. This game will be sponsored by Baptist Health Care and the …

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UWF football versus Shorter University preview

by Christian Skewes

Saturday, September 14 the UWF football team will face the Shorter University Hawks at Barron Stadium in Rome, Georgia. This game also marks West Florida’s first match up in GSC conference play.

Last week the Argos (0-1 …

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Men’s soccer sweeps opening weekend

by Jason Cahn

The UWF men’s soccer team battled closely with the Tampa Spartans on Friday night, and ultimately came out with a 2-1 victory in double overtime.

Junior midfielder Ed Chappe scored the game’s first goal, and the Argos …

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