History class brings Labyrinth to life in UWF Commons

By Matt Daniels

Staff Writer

From Oct. 22 to the 24,, Mary Champagne’s class present the Labyrinth, a concentric pathway meant for meditation in the auditorium of the University of West Florida’s Commons.

Champagne’s specialty is 12th Century Rome, which

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Students cast ballots: early voting available on campus

By Sean Minton

Staff Writer

From Oct. 22nd through Nov. 3rd, early voting for the Florida general elections will be available on campus at UWF in building 90 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

All participants must be registered to

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Center for Entrepreneurship talks branding in newest lecture series

By Jamie Calvert

Staff Writer

The Center for Entrepreneurship has been hosting a speaker series to expose students to different aspects of innovation, all in anticipation of the Da Vinci Innovation Celebration- a competition where students come together to showcase …

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Intramurals celebrate history with trophy display, alumni reunion at Homecoming

By Danielle Brown

Staff Writer

The Department of Recreation received the retired Intramural All-Sports trophy from a Class of 1975 alumnus and members of Dorm 26 plan to attend homecoming for the display.

The display of the trophy from over …

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Editor’s Letter: Addressing the Print Edition.

By Morgan Givens

Editor-in-chief

Dear readers,

Every semester, the Voyager releases it’s one and only print edition. Although most of our articles are online now, we look forward to creating a tangible newspaper featuring the best work from our staff.…

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Spreading mental health awareness: Outreach hosts stress-free cafe

By Sean Minton

Staff Writer

Outreach hosted a stress free cafe Oct. 11 in the commons to promote counseling and psychological services at UWF as well as spread mental health awareness.

The event consisted of food, drinks, depression screenings, biofeedback,

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Hurricane Michael hits Panhandle, spares UWF locations

By Drew Drohan

Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach campuses withstood the effects of Hurricane Michael on Wednesday.

Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Panhandle Wednesday morning 160 miles east of Pensacola in Mexico …

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UWF brings the noise with Argo Athletic Band

By Andre Harrell II 

Staff Writer 

During the summer of 2018, the Department of Music was contacted by university president Martha Saunders, and was asked to create a band to play in the stands during the upcoming football season. Sheila …

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Glitter Goddesses bring new twist to old tradition

By Jamie Calvert

Staff Writer 

How does a school like UWF, with barely fifty years under its belt, establish traditions?

Thanks to the Argonauts that came before us, there are some already established.

Rub Annin’s Cannon, found on the Cannon …

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Science & Engineering Expo in Building 4 helps students in future careers

By Drew Drohan

Staff Writer

University of West Florida held its annual Fall Science and Engineering Employer Showcase Wednesday in the Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering.

The event featured over 20 employers seeking students and recent graduates with …

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