INERTIA makes headway with pitch to local entrepreneurs

by Danielle Brown, Staff Writer

Student-founded, non-profit organization INERTIA introduced their unique initiative in increasing student success in Escambia County to a group of local mentors, advisors and entrepreneurs Wednesday.

The Kauffman Foundation’s 1 Million Cups program gave INERTIA …

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Center for Entrepreneurship hosts student panel

by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer

The UWF Center for Entrepreneurship hosted its first event of the semester on Wednesday in the John C. Pace Library Idea Space, located on the first floor.

The event, dubbed the “Student Entrepreneur Panel,” …

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SGA makes plans to bring free menstrual products to campus, alters senate ratios

by Delaney Anderson, Staff Writer

On Friday afternoon, the Student Government Association’s executive branch shared its progress on their plans to bring free menstrual hygiene products to students on campus.

With only a short bit of time left in …

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UWF women’s basketball cruises past Shorter 68-44

by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer

UWF hosted Shorter women’s basketball on Thursday night for the Argonauts’ second home game of the new year. Following a slow start for both teams, UWF came away with a 68-44 win.

UWF featured …

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UWF men’s basketball outlasts Shorter, notches second straight win

by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer

With the Argonauts coming off a road trip through the state of Mississippi, UWF welcomed Shorter University to Pensacola on Thursday for a battle of GSC teams that UWF won 79-63.

UWF (6-11, 2-7) …

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Variety of UWF organizations on display at ‘Blizzard Bash’

by Mya Clark, Staff Writer 

On Wednesday, UWF Student Involvement hosted the ninth annual Blizzard Bash, showcasing a variety of student organizations and clubs.

The event allowed students to learn about ways to get involved on campus and allowed …

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Bruce Beach becomes home to three of 40 trees to be planted in Pensacola

by Danielle Brown, Staff Writer 

Volunteers, a councilwoman and staff members with Keep Pensacola Beautiful gathered early Sunday morning to break ground on the organization’s “40 Trees for 40 Years” project.

Several Pensacola parks will receive new trees planted …

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UWF Historic Trust seeking student workers

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer 

The UWF Historic Trust is experiencing a shortage of student workers and is actively searching for new employees.

Any UWF student who can work 18 to 20 hours per week and is available any …

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UWF Center for Cybersecurity showcases excellence in DC

by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s cybersecurity program demonstrated its success on Thursday at the Cybersecurity Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) Grant Showcase in Washington, D.C. The showcase was administered by the Department of Homeland …

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‘Neck guy’ combats neckativity with MMA, Pensacola Island Fights

By Danielle Brown

Staff Writer

Charles Dion McDowell, the center of the biggest Facebook roast because of the size of his neck, was recruited by Island Fights CEO Dean Toole to train for a bout in Pensacola.

McDowell would be …

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