Letters from the Editors

Readers,

Welcome to The Voyager! We were the first school newspaper established on UWF’s campus back in 1968, and have continued to provide the student body with campus news, events, features and more.

Though most newspapers operate with one …

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Local artist creates, connects through monster motif

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

Maria Landy is no outsider to the strange and stressful; she’s a sergeant for the Pensacola Police Department, after all. When the work day winds down, Landy finds consolation in creating and sculpting whimsical …

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SGA election candidates announced; sophomore presidential ticket faces experienced executive branch members

by Delaney Anderson, Staff Writer

The season of change is approaching the University of West Florida campus as the 2019 Student Government Association elections enter full swing. Candidates were required to get all of the necessary materials in by …

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20 years after attending UWF, Nashville psychologist R.J. Jacobs to release novel

by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer

Robert “R.J.” Jacobs attended the University of West Florida from 1997 to 1999, taking graduate-level classes focusing on psychology. He went on to earn his medical degree from Texas A&M. Jacobs completed a postdoctoral …

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‘A sense of hope’: How organ donation has impacted 4 UWF students

by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer

Feb. 14 is National Organ Donor Day. According to the Donate Life America website, it is “a time to focus on all types of donation by participating in blood/marrow drives or donor registration events. …

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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 …

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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 …

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

by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer

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 …

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15 Things to do in Pensacola this weekend

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

Back Porch Comedy: The United Nations Comedy Tour

When: Friday, Jan 25. Show starts at 9 p.m.

Where: Back Porch Bar & Grill, 710 N Palafox St, Pensacola, Florida, 32501

Cost: No cover, just …

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