Leading Stories

A world without sports

by Tori Wilkins 

Amidst all the cancellations COVID-19 has caused, all sporting events are among them, and that is hard to accept when you are an avid sports fan like myself.

I have had a hard time finding ways to …

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Randolph, Grant lose pro day opportunity due Coronavirus pandemic

by Jerel Ricketts

Like many other college football programs all over the nation, the 2019 Division II National Champions, University of West Florida, has canceled their pro day due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Argonauts were set to hold their …

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Seniors speak about their seasons being cancelled

by Tori Wilkins 

As the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the nation, events continue to be cancelled.

All NCAA spring sports are among the many cancellations, ending many senior student-athletes’ season early and abruptly.

In an attempt to make up …

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Howard brings unprecedented energy

by Jerel Rickets 

After a breakout season in 2019 for the University of West Florida softball team, sophomore Teala Howard has brought a ton of energy to her new leadership role in 2020.

Howard busted on the scene for the …

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Reward to come

by Jerel Ricketts 

During an uncharacteristic, off year for the University of West Florida’s women’s basketball team, Danielle Norquest, a junior forward out of Diamond, Ohio, is still finding a way to hang amongst the nation’s best.  

Norquest ranks number …

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Student Feature: Newly elected Panhellenic President promotes sisterhood throughout UWF

by Caroline Wolff, Staff Writer

Anyone who knows Lizzie Long knows her as a hard-working, kind-hearted individual that is involved on our campus in many ways.  

The Clearwater native has recently taken on a new position that will play a

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UWF football wins programs first national championship

by Mya Clark, Editor

The University of West Florida Argonauts defeated the Minnesota State Viking 48-40 in record breaking fashion at the Division Two Football Championship in McKinney, Texas on Saturday.

Saturday’s matchup made the second appearance at the national …

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Jon Brown, more than an athlete

Photo courtesy of GoArgos.Com, Henry Paulk

by Jason Cahn 

Everyone is afraid of the unknown. And moving to a new state for basketball and school is not something everyone can handle. That feeling of being the new guy on campus …

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Chemistry, leadership guiding factors in Argo success

When playing sports there’s a few phrases that every athlete likes to hear. Things like good job, nice hustle, and we believe in you. But the ultimate compliment for any athlete is being called Champions!

The UWF women’s volleyball team

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Stompfest brings Pensacola to life with rich cultural history

by Mya Clark, Editor

The second annual Stompfest took place at the Pensacola Bay Center on Nov. 2, featuring a diverse group of performances from fraternities and sororities, dance troupes, Booker T. Washington’s Marching Wildcat band and special performances by

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