UWF hosts ‘Raptivist’ Aisha Fukushima

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watch The UWF Conference Center was filled with energy on Wednesday as Aisha Fukushima rapped, sang and lectured about equality and diversity. Fukushima calls herself a “raptivist” – or rap activist.…

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Experience the Labyrinth right here on campus

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Martha Saunders selected as next president of UWF

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In a 9-4 vote, the University of West Florida announced current Provost Martha Saunders as its newly elected president during its final search committee meeting on Thursday, Sept. 15.

The meeting was held at the …

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UWF Presidential Search moves forward

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The Presidential Search Committee continues its work to select the next president of the University of West Florida. The minimum qualifications for the position, as posted on the presidential search website, are:

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Irish Experience exhibit opens in TAG

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The Irish Experience exhibit opened Sept. 9 at The Art Gallery at the University of West Florida. It includes the work of art students who spent 28 days of their summer in Ireland eating, breathing and …

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UWF men’s soccer team loses in overtime to Rollins

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The University of West Florida men’s soccer team fell to Rollins College 2-1 in overtime at home on Friday night’s matchup on Sept. 9.

After a scoreless first half, the Argos and the Tars were tied …

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Football practice field makes debut; permanent stadium a long-term vision

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All year we’ve seen it being built. Piles of dirt being pushed around, machinery in use, and finally, the new Argos practice field has been completed. On April 16, it had its first introduction to …

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GrooveBoston provides beats at CAB After Dark

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Friday’s CAB After Dark event was highlighted by GrooveBoston, an “electro-awesome” experience that creates large-scale events on college campuses.

“GrooveBoston really isn’t an artist or band – it’s an experience,” said Chris Dutton, brand director …

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My experience with dual enrollment: a head start on college credits

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I can still remember my first day of college. I packed my books into my backpack and trekked across campus, struggling to find my classes and not understanding why buildings of similar numbers weren’t always …

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Does a traditional college degree give students the skills they need to succeed in the 21st century?

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SATs, ACTs, GEDs and high school diplomas … navigating the road to life’s success can be quite the challenge. Especially when you are only 18.

The terms “success” and “The American Dream” have been used …

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