Griffin making strides toward NFL dreams

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Former UWF standout receiver Antoine Griffin is working to fulfill his dreams of playing in the NFL.

Griffin was a part of the first football signing class and was one of the nine original …


UWF sweeps Christian Brothers in conference opener propecia price by Kevin Almeida, Staff Writer

The UWF baseball team swept GSC rival Christian Brothers this weekend to improve to 5-4, outscoring the Bucs 24-1 in the three-game set.

Argo pitchers struck out 20 batters without issuing a walk in …


Food Review: Get lost with Lost Pizza Co.

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Lost Pizza Co. is the newest pizza place on the block for all Pensacola residents to try.

They’re known for having the best pizza in Mississippi, and now they will be taking over Pensacola …


Women’s basketball cruises past Mississippi College, men drop senior night contest to Choctaws

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The UWF women’s basketball team faced the Mississippi College Choctaws in the Field House Saturday afternoon, winning in a 73-61 contest. This victory marks an 11-game win streak for the Lady Argos.

Early on, …


Historic Trust holds Membership Appreciation Week by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

This week, the UWF Historic Trust held its third annual Membership Appreciation Week. The week consisted of events, prizes and special tours given exclusively to members of the Historic Trust and the Pensacola Museum …


Black History Month: Mini playlist of new black female musicians by Sean Minton, Staff Writer

February is Black History Month. It’s a month to celebrate the educational, artistic and historical excellence of black men and women and their major impact on society. Black people have created a lot of …


‘The Little Mermaid’ opens will sellout crowd Friday night

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The University of West Florida’s theatre department brought students, faculty, staff and community members together under the sea with their sold-out opening show of “The Little Mermaid” on Friday night.

With charming songs, incredible …


Tuition terror: Why is college so expensive for out-of-state students?

by Cailee Heinemann, Staff Writer

Searching for college is one of the most stressful situations any high-schooler will face during their senior year. But the thought of being away from home with no rules and cool parties makes the out-of-state …


Phi Beta Sigma to host sexual assault awareness event

by Hiram Velez, Staff Writer

The brothers of Phi Beta Sigma will host “Breaking the Silence” at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the UWF Commons to raise awareness for sexual assault and to inform the public on the importance of …


UWF journalism, public relations on display at SEJC 2019

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The University of West Florida’s communications department was recognized this weekend at the 2019 Southeast Journalism Conference in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where four UWF students placed in sports reporting, opinion writing and public relations.

Tyler Wood, editor-in-chief for The …