UWF Communications Department gets new editing room

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This semester, The University of West Florida’s Communications Department opened up its brand new editing room that is going to make life much easier for students who are trying to learn new editing skills.…

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UWF offers free tastes to show student appreciation

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The University of West Florida decided to do something that is taboo to most college students: give away free food during the Taste of Pensacola event.…

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Shop, save, mingle at Target After Hours

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Kicking off a new school year can be a bit of a beast financially. With the mounting costs of tuition, dorms, books, school supplies and food, it can leave college students scraping the bottom of their …

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Library contains mysteries unknown to students

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The University of West Florida Library is accessed by students daily. However, the building contains secrets that not everyone knows about. Whether students confuse information or are uninformed about the library is the real mystery.…

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Meet the new SGA President: Kishane Patel

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Out with the old and in with the new — newly elected Student Government Association President Kishane Patel, that is. On April 5, Patel was elected as the new SGA president for next school year, …

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Literacy Symposium teaches parents, teachers, students the importance of reading

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Teachers and parents had the opportunity to hear words of wisdom from the 2016 Newbery Award winner and New York Times best-selling author Matt de la Peña at the Pensacola Literacy Symposium on April 29.

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Jazz combo, ensemble dazzle audience in last performance of semester

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The jazz combo and jazz ensemble gave their last concert of the Spring 2017 semester on April 25, and the audience enjoyed every single tune. The two bands played at the Mainstage Theatre in …

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Victorian Literature class exhibits final projects at open symposium

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Students in Kelly Bushnell’s “Topics in Victorian Literature” course brought a taste of  the Victorian era to a symposium on April 25.…

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Pensacola West: perfectly precise percussion

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Staff Writer

In early April, a collaborative percussion group made up of students from the University of West Florida and Pensacola State College performed at UWF and left the audience in awe.…

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Pensacola Off-Road Cyclists lend a helping hand to maintain campus bike trails

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April 15 marked the first of many planned preservation efforts from Pensacola’s Off-Road Cyclists (PORC) to clean and maintain UWF’s mountain-biking trail.…

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