Runners push through fog during annual Double Bridge Run by Danielle Brown, Staff Writer

Over 3,000 people from around the world gathered to participate in Pensacola’s 22nd annual Double Bridge 15k and 5k race on Saturday morning.

The 15k (9.3 miles) started at the Blue Wahoos Stadium …


Black History Month at UWF: A complete guide by Mya Clark, Staff Writer

The University of West Florida Department of Equity and Diversity has prepared a month full of events in celebration of Black History Month.

Throughout February, various organizations will host events showcasing the many aspects …


UWF baseball preview: Argos open season Friday against No. 5 Florida Southern

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UWF baseball is preparing for its opening day game against No. 5 Florida Southern on Friday night at Jim Spooner Field.

Last season the Argonauts lost the first three games of the season to …


15 Things to do in Pensacola this weekend by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

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Krewe of Bananimals warms up Pensacola Beach with chili cook-off

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Football on every monitor, the aroma of hot chili and the sound of light conversation embodied the Beach Break bar in Pensacola Beach Sunday afternoon.

The Krewe of Bananimals filled the bar wearing Saints …


Rakugo: Sit-down comedy by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

Imagine a man sitting on a pillow imitating a white tiger at a zoo. You’re probably picturing a cartoon, but for Master Yanagiya Tozaburo III, or “Zabu,” this is his everyday life. Zabu specializes …


Bruce Beach becomes home to three of 40 trees to be planted in Pensacola

by Danielle Brown, Staff Writer 

Volunteers, a councilwoman and staff members with Keep Pensacola Beautiful gathered early Sunday morning to break ground on the organization’s “40 Trees for 40 Years” project.

Several Pensacola parks will receive new trees planted …


UWF Center for Cybersecurity showcases excellence in DC

by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s cybersecurity program demonstrated its success on Thursday at the Cybersecurity Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) Grant Showcase in Washington, D.C. The showcase was administered by the Department of Homeland …


From Bambi to Buck; Ashley poised to lead talented receiving corps

By Will Rasmussen
Staff writer

Numbers don’t lie, and if that is any indication, redshirt sophomore wide receiver Ka’Ron Ashley is poised for a breakout season come this fall. Finishing his sophomore campaign with 478 receiving yards and 6 TD,


UWF football kicks off 2018 season with annual spring game

By Chris Cody
Staff writer

The University of West Florida football team competed in their annual Blue and Green Spring Football Spring Game on Saturday. After making The NCAA Division II National Championship game last season, expectations for the 2018