Leading Stories

Commissioner Underhill wants beaches, restaurants open despite shelter-in-place orders

by Ashlyn Adams, Staff Writer

Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill called for beaches and restaurants to re-open sooner rather than later, in an email sent to 40,000 local registered voters on Monday

On the following Wednesday, Governor Ron DeSantis issued

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This Argo Life: Episode 7—Video Games and Streaming

by Joshua Harrover

For this episode, Chris Roberts and Michael Craig join us to talk about home entertainment options that you can utilize during the COVID-19 crisis. This includes video games, Blu-rays, DVDs and streaming services like Netflix and Amazon

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COVID-19 concerns delay Pensacola Habitat for Humanity’s Food Truck Festival

by Jay O’Bryan, Staff Writer

PENSACOLA, Fla. –  After some debate, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity has decided to postpone their upcoming Food Truck Festival.

“We went back and forth for several days trying to determine what the right call would

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Bold women, brave hearts: African American women use their voices for change

by Lilly Paradise, Staff Writer

African American leaders remain trailblazers of our generation, and we have celebrated their courageous hearts every February since 1926. In honor of Black History Month, we remember all of the fearless women who came before

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Campus Conversation tackles environmental injustice, racial issues

by Ashlyn Adams, Staff Writer

The most recent Campus Conversation, which is held on the second Wednesday of every month, covered environmental injustice—both locally and globally.

The conversation was led by Dr. Kwame N. Owusu-Daaku, assistant professor in the UWF

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Tea Time: Sending our Politicians to Detention

by Nicole Allen, Staff Writer

For one of my classes this semester, I have been tasked with weekly readings that outline eras in our country’s journalistic history. About three pages into the first chapter, I realized my historical knowledge does

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Tea Time: Adapting to Life After College

by Nicole Allen, Staff Writer

The common adult to toddler talking point “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is habitually asked before children can comprehend what growing up entails. We expect fluctuation in a child’s aspirations

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This Argo Life: Episode 5—Tips and Tricks for Finals Week

by Nicole Allen

Finals can be stressful, but thanks to your fellow Argos and popular Youtuber and Blogger, Thomas Frank, you can get a leg up on studying with their helpful tips! Listen now for graduation information, testing tips,and suggestions …

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The Age of Pressure: Growing Mental Health Concerns in College Students

by Nicole Allen, Staff Writer

*Shannon’s walls are a prison she has unwillingly constructed. She finds herself, once more, falling into recidivist behaviors—wanting nothing more than to leave the confines of her cell but feeling an ironic sense of comfort …

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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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