UWF Student Support Services provides empowerment, engagement and enlightenment

“TRiO was by far the best thing that happened to me in college,” Malcolm Clary, UWF 2018 alumni who graduated with a degree in supply chain logistics management, said. Clary’s first year was a struggle, but with TRiO’s help, he

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Thinking Outside the Tank: Entrepreneurship Not Just for Business Majors

by Sarah Richards

The UWF Center for Entrepreneurship is a support service for up-and-coming and existing entrepreneurs, acting as a resource for students and faculty.

“For students actually starting a business, we try to pair them with people who have

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Carl Hiaasen, Miami-Herald columnist, speaks on First Amendment, weird Florida, shrinking newsrooms

by Sarah Richards

Photo courtesy of the University of West Florida

“I may be one of the only people in Pensacola to have appeared in an Andy Marlette cartoon and is still smiling,” Miami-Herald columnist, Carl Hiaasen, said at an

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Things to do in Pensacola this weekend

by Ashley Cole, Staff Writer

What: 7th Annual Bulls on the Beach: Live Professional Bull Riding
When: Friday and Saturday, September 6 and 7, 2019, gates open at 6:00, show starts at 8:00
Where: 17401 Perdido Key Drive, Pensacola, …

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

by Delaney Anderson, Staff Writer

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.

The Tunnel of Oppression …

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What’s the tea, Asher and Bee?

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

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.

The current shop, located at 7 E Gregory St. …

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Black History Month: My perspective

by Mya Clark, Staff Writer

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

by Mya Clark, Staff Writer

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

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

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

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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