Housing department displays ‘Tunnel of Oppression’ to educate on discrimination, power, inequality

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The Department of Housing transformed the Commons Auditorium into a display of contemporary issues surrounding discrimination, power and privilege during their event titled “Tunnel of Oppression” on Monday and Tuesday.

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What’s the tea, Asher and Bee?

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Asher and Bee Apothecary and Teahouse is a quaint, local store that is filled with the aroma of flowers, herbs, healing powers and homemade snacks.

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Black History Month: My perspective

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Black History Month is a time to celebrate the history and accomplishments of many African-Americans, a time to acknowledge our ancestors who paved the way for future generations to follow their dreams despite their …

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Black History Month: The student entrepreneur’s perspective

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As college students, we come to school with big dreams, thinking we will conquer the world, be the big athlete on campus, hold a high leadership position on campus or even start a business. …

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

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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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Be my Galentine: Women’s Studies Collective to host Valentine’s Day party

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UWF’s Women’s Studies Collective is hosting a Galentine’s Day party from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday at the Argo Galley in the Commons, building 22.

All ladies are welcome and encouraged to bring their female friends. …

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Black History Month: The administrative perspective

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The University of West Florida Department of Equity and Diversity’s vision is to be “an intellectual and cultural center that engages students, faculty, staff and community partners in an ongoing and dynamic process that …

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Man Cave meets PEARL on Feb. 12

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What could be better than a battle of the sexes? How about guys and girls joined together for the improvement of both? Out of the box, right?

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Valentine’s Surprise: King, Queens spread love at UWF Drag Show

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On Friday, the Women’s Studies Collective at UWF hosted their second drag show at the Commons Auditorium. Starting off the semester, students were able to sit back and enjoy various performances by several drag …

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Black History Month at UWF: A complete guide

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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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