Wentworth Museum explores Pensacola’s rich history

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The T.T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum began as an odd collection of items in a small house on Old Palafox Highway in Ensley.

Theodore Thomas Wentworth Jr. collected a variety of peculiar artifacts …

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The American Dream: The story of UWF tennis star Serdar Bojadjiev

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As the son of Bulgarian immigrants, Serdar Bojadjiev grew up in Sweden aspiring to play for a tennis championship in the United States. Fast forward years later and Bojadjiev has completed this lifelong dream. …

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SWAN Day: Pensacola to honor women artists

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This Saturday, SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day will take place for the first time in Pensacola at Live! Juice Bar from 1-11 p.m.

An expansive variety of art, such as painting, poetry, singing …

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Housing department displays ‘Tunnel of Oppression’ to educate on discrimination, power, inequality

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The Department of Housing transformed the Commons Auditorium into a display of contemporary issues surrounding discrimination, power and privilege during their event titled “Tunnel of Oppression” on Monday and Tuesday.

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UWF tennis: Excellence in silence

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Coming into the spring season, the UWF men’s tennis team had high expectations from everybody in the community. Fast forward approximately two months later and the team has kept their reputation intact.

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SGA election recap: Johnson-Calvert ticket ready to hit the ground running

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Zenani Johnson and Jamie Calvert will lead the student body in the 2019-2020 academic year, as they were announced to be Student Body President and Vice President, respectively, in the Student Government Association election …

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5 upcoming horror movies to look out for

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Over the past couple of years, the horror movie genre has stepped up its storytelling production. From the hit 2017 remake of Stephen King’s “It” to the 2018 “Halloween” sequel, the genre has amped …

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UWF women’s basketball season review: Senior class creates legacy, Argos fall short in NCAA Tourney

by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer

The UWF women’s basketball team lost to Nova Southeastern 87-78 on March 16 in Lakeland, Florida. With that loss, the Argonauts’ season came to an end.

UWF (24-6) came into the game against Nova …

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Food Review: Pensacola Live! Juice Bar impresses customers with variety of options

by Zora Davis, Staff Writer

Live! Juice Bar is a new healthy restaurant for Pensacola locals to enjoy and to have a good time.

Live! Juice Bar has been open since last summer, and the business is growing each …

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UWF Historic Trust opens Best of Show exhibit

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The UWF Historic Trust recently opened their Best of Show exhibit at the T.T. Wentworth Jr. Museum.  The exhibition features projects from the Escambia County District History Fair.  

Students chose a significant event …

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