Pensacola Museum of Art host Andy Warhol exhibit with hands-on activity

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The Pensacola Museum of Art hosted the Andy Warhol: Myth/Maker exhibit from June 29to Sept. 2 in honor of the renowned artist and his work. The exhibition was organized by the Andy Warhol Museum and …

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UWF and Gulf Coast feels but survives Gordon’s effect

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The citizens as well as all of the Gulf Coast felt the effect of tropical storm Gordon as the storm flooded roads and building and took the life a 2-year-old boy in his mobile home.

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Argos travel to Lone Star State in top 10 matchup

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After a hard-fought win against No. 22 Carson-Newman last week, the Argos set their sights on another test against No. 10 Midwestern State on Saturday, Sept. 8, at 7:00 p.m in Wichita Falls, Texas.…

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Eleventh-ranked volleyball to host Argo Bash tournament this weekend

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The University of West Florida’s volleyball team, riding a wave of momentum of early-season success, is set to host three opponents in the Argo Bash tournament in the UWF Field House on Friday, Sept. 7, …

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Things to do this week on the Emerald Coast

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Welcome back Argos! With fall semester fully in gear here is a detailed list of off-campus events happening this week.

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MVRC ushers in the fall semester with welcome back barbecue

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The University of West Florida’s Military and Veteran Resource Center held their annual back to school barbecue on Thursday, Aug. 30, kicking off a new semester with delicious food and fun. 

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No. 2 Argos overcome first half woes; win opener 19-9 over No. 22 Carson-Newman

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PENSACOLA — In front of more than 5,700 blue-clad fans, the No. 2 (AFCA Coaches’ Poll) West Florida Argonauts held strong against the option run of the No. 22 Carson-Newman Eagles and the Argos claimed …

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Second-ranked Argos open 2018 season with test; face No. 22 Carson-Newman Thursday night

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September is nearly upon us, and with it, so is college football. For coach Pete Shinnick and the West Florida Argonauts, the third season in the program’s brief history will kick off Thursday, August …

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Provocative Thoughts: Apprenticeship built America, can it build America again

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Skating Polly this weekend at Vinyl Music Hall

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This Sunday, Vinyl Music Hall in downtown Pensacola will be host to the Indie-rock trio Skating Polly as they make their third stop following the release of their new album “The Make It All Show.”

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