What to expect from The Voyager in 2019

by Tyler Wood

Editor-in-Chief 

Well Argos, we’ve made it through another year. It was an exciting one for The Voyager and our staff. Our Spring editor, Alicia Adams, graduated in May and accepted a full-time position with the Northwest Florida …

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MVRC honors Veterans Day with guest speaker at observance ceremony

By Danielle Brown

Staff Writer

The Military Veterans Resource Center held a Veterans Day observance ceremony to honor those who have served and welcomed a retired lieutenant general of the Marine Corps as a guest speaker.

People from every background …

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Nicole Stacey emerges as Pensacola’s leading lady

By Bradley Sanders

Staff Writer

Pensacola is an growing city that is a desired vacation spot or a place to find your forever home. Nicole Stacey is one of the leading figures in our developing society and the growing continuation …

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Argo volleyball look to carry winning ways into Orlando tournament

By Shaniqua Magee

Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s Volleyball extended their winning streak after their long home stretch, routing the Union Bulldogs and Christian Brothers 3-0. Sweeping them both in three sets.

The Argos (18-4, 10-1) will now …

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Things to do on the Emerald Coast 9/20-9/26

By Olivia Rodriguez

Staff Writer

Looking for something to do this week? Here is a detailed list of off-campus events happening this week.

The Pensacola Museum of Art will be hosting the opening reception of Stones Throw: On …

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Softball struggles in Gulf Coast Invitational

By William Rasmussen
Staff writer

The third-ranked University of West Florida softball team couldn’t seem to find its groove, going 2-3 in the Gulf Coast Invitational last weekend. The Argos faced tough competition, falling to Eckerd 5-4, No. 7 West

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Library contains mysteries unknown to students

By William Watson
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida Library is accessed by students daily. However, the building contains secrets that not everyone knows about. Whether students confuse information or are uninformed about the library is the real mystery.…

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Financial literacy: What you need to know about credit

By Tom Moore
Staff Writer

The word “credit” has many different uses in the English language. People can be credited with an original work. People can give other people credit for helping them out. But this is not the type …

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Breaking the stigma of sexual assault – or at least trying to

By Alicia Adams
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida is making strides in the fight against sexual assault, but that doesn’t mean the world has changed.…

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Popular Palafox Market even busier with arrival of spring

By Allison Bew
Staff Writer

The Palafox Market is a year-round farmers market that especially blooms in the springtime with fresh produce and people wanting to support local businesses and eat organically.…

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