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Down to money: the potential scarred martyrdom of Bernie Sanders

Josh Hart

Staff Writer

To many, Bernie Sanders has done the impossible.

Eclipsing the digitally groundbreaking campaign that netted President Obama more than $20 million, Bernie Sanders has been able to raise about $26 million just since July.

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UWF athletics weekly roundup

Jason Dustin

Sports Editor

Three University of West Florida student athletes were recognized this past week by the Gulf South Conference, the Argonauts volleyball team rolled and a nationally-ranked men’s doubles team gains entry into a national tournament.

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Madness takes its toll at theatre department’s “Rocky Horror” production

Kaitlin Englund

Life and Entertainment Editor

Hundreds of people funneled into the University of West Florida Mainstage Theatre Saturday night for one of UWF’s most outlandish fundraising events, the cult classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”

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Potential loss in funding creates a dark cloud over university success

Iqueena Hollis

Staff Writer

University of West Florida President Judy Bense highlighted the success of the previous school year in the annual State of the University address on Thursday in the UWF Field House, but also expressed concern for a …

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Trump continues to gain following

Cassie Rhame

Staff Writer

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has stirred up a lot of controversy over his candidacy, but does he really have a chance at getting the party’s nomination come time for the primaries?

For UWF students, the …

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The Exchange displays vocal range

Amanda Gerow

Staff Writer

The University of West Florida Campus Activities Board turned up the volume on Thursday when acapella group The Exchange took to the auditorium stage to kick off the first of the scheduled fall semester events.

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Runner’s vision leads to UWF

Jason Dustin

Staff Writer

Renee Cox did what runners do—she ran.

“I was on the track team my freshman year (of high school) for two weeks,” the 28-year-old UWF first-year student and cross country team member said. “I went to …

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UWF painter draws inspiration from life and faculty

Tristan Lawson

Staff Writer

Kenny Jordan had never even picked up a paintbrush until 2011. But after the Pensacola native and now studio art major took his first painting class at UWF, that all changed.

“I didn’t know how to …

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CAB hits all the right notes

CAB-Fall-15_Twitter-StreamAmanda Gerow

Staff Writer

There are few places students can go to experience trivia nights with awesome prizes, haunted houses, or even a lip sync battle, but the Campus Activity Board (CAB) at the University of West Florida puts those …

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Millennials’ vote could go to Bernie Sanders

Cassie Rhame

Staff Writer

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt, is being talked about in college classrooms around the country, and the discussion does not seem to be subsiding.

Sanders looks like the epitome of what young hipsters seem …

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