Sights & Sounds


“I went back to school to do something I wanted to do… You’ve got to enjoy it while you can.”

— Chris Head

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Seafood festival brings food and entertainment to downtown Pensacola

Iqueena Hollis
Staff Writer

Its back! Pensacola’s 37th annual Seafood Festival presented by Fiesta of Five Flags will be held this year at the downtown Seville Quarter, Friday Sept. 26 through Sunday Sept. 28.

The festivities will begin Friday …

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No confidence vote for Bense prompts emergency meeting by BOT

Staff reports

University of West Florida President Judy Bense received a vote of “no confidence” Friday from the university faculty senate. This comes after her controversial ‘B+’ evaluation from the UWF board of trustees.

A vote of “no confidence” does …

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Surprise gift to UWF amounts to more than $770,000

                                         Video by Christian Graves

Jason Dustin
Staff Writer

A legacy gift in excess of $770,000 bequeathed to the University of West Florida was announced Tuesday, Sept. 9, at a press conference hosted at the Argonaut Athletic Club.

The endowment is …

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President Bense evaluated by board of trustees

Kyle Whitfield
News Editor

The University of West Florida board of trustees met on Tuesday Sept. 9 where President Judy Bense was evaluated on her performance as leader of the college.

The meeting, which was held in the UWF Conference …

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Sights & Sounds


“We’re just two old folks taking classes.”

— Henry Langhorn

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SGA senate previews University College Program, elects senate president

 

Kenneth King
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida Academic Affairs University College Program presented Friday at the Student Government Association (SGA) meeting in the University Commons is intended to help students stand out among would-be competitors.
The program …

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Traveling exhibit shows what life was like for Americans living with the atomic bomb

Kyle Treadway
Staff Writer

A traveling exhibit that highlights precautions taken to survive an atomic bomb has been installed to the third floor of the T.T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum in downtown Pensacola.

Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow: Living with …

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Men’s Soccer team kicks off season with shut-out victory

The University of West Florida men’s soccer team secured a 5-0 win Thursday night over the Trevecca Nazarene Trojans.

The home game was the first of the season, and head coach Bill Elliott said that this was a good start …

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Career Services hosts part-time job fair

Charged with empowerment, Career Services claimed the Commons Auditorium Tuesday and extended opportunities to all University of West Florida job-seeking students.

The 2014 Part-Time Job Fair, organized by Career Services, served to introduce UWF’s large labor pool to 16 local …

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