Pensacola Seafood Festival brings food, crowds and fun to downtown Pensacola

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Chinese culture celebrated at UWF

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The sound of China roared through the University of West Florida Music Hall Saturday night to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the global Confucius Institute program.

An audience of students, staff, and families attended the …

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UWF coach hopes to lead Jamaican national team to 2015 Women’s World Cup

 

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Alicia Wilson’s account of how and why she has led such a fortunate life is poetic, sprung from a solitary rooftop near the water in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Wilson, an assistant coach for the University …

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Men and women’s soccer teams play hard against CBU

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The University of West Florida men’s soccer team was able to extend its unbeaten streak in the Gulf Southern Conference on Sunday, Sept. 28, when it shut out Christian Brothers University 1-0.

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Why you should vote in the midterm elections

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SGA meets to discuss whether or not they will support Bense, other items on agenda

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Staff Writer

Among a crowded agenda, the Student Government Association discussed last Friday whether they will support University of West Florida President Judy Bense.

This follows the UWF Board of Trustees’ emergency meeting held Sept. 15, after the …

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Students may be able to rent electric cars for free on campus

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Staff Writer

A project to obtain a fleet of electric cars is being developed by University of West Florida Business Enterprises, Inc. (BEI) and is planned to be made available for students free of charge.

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‘Lost Virtue’ exhibit sheds light on Pensacola’s historical Red Light District

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A bottle of red nail polish, a glass marble and a piece of a broken record player are all items currently on display at the Destination Archaeology Resource Center in downtown Pensacola.

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Events announced for UWF Homecoming 2014

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Homecoming 2014 is right around the corner and this year’s events are expected to bring a different vibe to the UWF campus. Festivities will be start Monday Oct. 13 and run until Friday Oct. 17.

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