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The Bay Bridge project picks up speed as the new year begins

MacKenzie Kees

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One reason many non-resident students come to UWF is Pensacola Beach’s beautiful emerald Gulf waters and powdered-sugar beaches. The easiest access to the beach is crossing a three-mile bridge.

The “Three-Mile Bridge,” or Pensacola Bay Bridge, …

Hoverboards banned from UWF campus

Claudia Carlson

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The latest trend amongst kids and students alike seems to be bringing conflict to college campuses and public places in general: hoverboards.

What exactly is a hoverboard, and why is there such a stigma around …

Boneheads: New restaurant open for business near campus

Sara Agans

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The new Boneheads inside the Argonaut Village. see url Photo courtesy of the Pensacola News Journal.


Location, price and taste are just a few of the important concepts that run through a college student’s mind when it …

Trump is full of himself, not real solutions

Kelsi Gately

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Republican candidate, Donald Trump speaks to thousands at the Pensacola Bay Center. http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=miglior-sito-per-acquistare-viagra-generico-100-mg Photo by Kelsi Gately.


I am by no means a supporter of Donald Trump, one of the 11 main candidates campaigning to …

City Hall filled with red in support of Human Rights Ordinance

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Pensacola City Hall was filled with passionate advocates Monday as it held a workshop discussing the adoption of a Human Rights Ordinance proposed by the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union).

The proposed ordinance “would prohibit discrimination

Food trucks are great for the community, but opponents have city council scared to act on ordinance


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Pensacola’s City Council has been debating and postponing the proposed food truck ordinance for about three years now. The most recent council meeting, on Thursday, was the second reading of what is the closest they