UWF women’s basketball preps for GSC tourney, likely NCAA bid

by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer

The UWF women’s basketball team will host West Georgia for round one of the GSC Tournament Tuesday night after the Argonauts reeled off a 13-game winning streak to end the regular season.

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UWF baseball sweeps No. 20 Mississippi College

by Kevin Almeida, Staff Writer

The Argos improved to 8-1 in Gulf Conference play on Saturday at Jim Spooner field against the Mississippi College Choctaws. They were able to notch out wins of 10-8 and 5-1 in the double-header. …

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Pensacola Museum of Art opens Aubrey Beardsley exhibition

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The reception for the “Aesthetics of Decadence: The Prints of Aubrey Beardsley” exhibit featured guest speakers Patrick Rowe, the collection’s owner, and Linda Gertner Zatlin, the author of “Aubrey Beardsley: A Catalogue Raisonné.”

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SGA inducts new Supreme Court justice, makes final preparations for 2019-2020 elections

by Delaney Anderson, Staff Writer

With their last Senate meeting before elections, the Student Government Association made sure to attend to any unfinished business during Friday’s meeting, specifically by inducting a new Supreme Court justice into the judicial branch. …

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UWF softball wins 14th straight in rout of Miles College

by Chris Skewes, Staff Writer

Thursday afternoon the No. 10 UWF softball team faced the Miles College Bears at home, winning in an 11-0 shutout. This victory marks the 14th straight win for the Lady Argos.

Early on, …

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Let the Lyre Games begin: Alpha Chi Omega to host annual charity event

by Andrew Freeman, Staff Writer

Alpha Chi Omega will be holding it’s first Lyre Games this Saturday at John R. Jones Field. The Games will have a $3 entry fee or a highly encouraged $1 entry fee with a …

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SGA election candidates announced; sophomore presidential ticket faces experienced executive branch members

by Delaney Anderson, Staff Writer

The season of change is approaching the University of West Florida campus as the 2019 Student Government Association elections enter full swing. Candidates were required to get all of the necessary materials in by …

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Historic trust opens ‘Space Oddities’ exhibit

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The T. T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum held an opening reception for their new exhibit, Space Oddities, on Friday night.

Guests viewed the collection of movie props and memorabilia while enjoying refreshments and …

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Women’s basketball breaks into national rankings at No. 19

by Chris Skewes, Staff Writer

For the first time this year, the University of West Florida women’s basketball team ranks in the Top 25 in the NCAA Division II media polls at No. 19.

The Argos now hold a …

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Women’s basketball wins big over Valdosta State on Senior Night

by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer

The UWF women’s basketball team beat Valdosta State 69-39 as the Argonauts extended their winning streak to a dozen games Thursday night at the UWF Field House.

In addition to extending the program’s longest-ever …

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