Social justice group works with Take Back the Night to light up campus

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A group of students enrolled in the social justice movements course, taught by Gloria Horning, UWF visiting lecturer in the Communication Arts Department, is teaming up with Take Back the Night to raise money for …


UWF Emergency Blue Lights provide additional security on campus

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If you find yourself in need of emergency assistance while on campus, go to the “blue light.”

The Emergency Blue Light poles and wall-mounted boxes seen around the University of West Florida campus exist to …


To be or not to be on campus — that is the question

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The percentage of students attending the University of West Florida from outside the local area has increased by 130 percent over the past decade, according to a 2014 housing study. As more non-local students flock …


Hoverboards banned from UWF campus

Claudia Carlson Staff Writer


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

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


Visiting lecturer Chris Schweizer tells art students to do what they love

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Chris Schweizer, signing autographs at UWF. enter Photo by Sydney O’Gwynn.


Chris Schweizer, a graphic artist and cartoonist, discussed his journey into the world of graphic design in his lecture Thursday in the Center for …


HSO empowers students to help earthquake victims in Haiti

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UWF students release balloons in memory of those who lost their lives to the earthquake in Haiti. Photo by Kaitlin Lott.


The Commons Auditorium was silent Tuesday night as UWF’s Haitian Student Organization hosted …