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Winners & Losers 10/11/18

Winners & Losers 10/11/18

Winners Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council The nonpartisan, nonprofit organization recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. The Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council was created in 2008 to [...]

UWF Steps Up Its Game

UWF Steps Up Its Game

By Rick Outzen The Florida Board of Governors last week approved the distribution of $560 million in annual performance funding for 11 state universities. For the second consecutive year, the [...]

Winners & Losers 3/15/18

Winners & Losers 3/15/18

Winners Doug Underhill The Florida Commission on Ethics found no probable cause that the District 2 commissioner had violated Section 112.313(6) of Florida Statutes. Former Commissioner Wilson [...]

Winners & Losers 2/1/18

Winners & Losers 2/1/18

Winners Larry Reed The University of West Florida music professor has been recognized for a milestone of career service by the Florida Music Education Association with its 50 Year Music Education [...]

New Year, New Stuff

New Year, New Stuff

A current snapshot of Pensacola's development boom By Rick Outzen and Brooke Webber From the steady sound of hammering on the new Pensacola Bay Bridge to the cranes that dot the skyline [...]

Saunders: ‘It’s good to be UWF’

Saunders: ‘It’s good to be UWF’

By Rick Outzen Last week, the University of West Florida announced that its 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign raised more than $64.4 million from almost 20,000 donors, including 55 planned gifts [...]

Winners & Losers 1/4/18

Winners & Losers 1/4/18

Winners Martha A. "Marny" Gilluly The University of West Florida bestowed on her the UWF Founder's Medallion. This award symbolizes excellent character that represents the UWF values, extraordinary [...]

Winners & Losers 12/7/17

Winners & Losers 12/7/17

Winners Argie The University of West Florida has launched the first college virtual assistant in the state of Florida, Argie. The virtual assistant, named after UWF's mascot, engages admitted [...]

Dialogue on Public Monuments

Dialogue on Public Monuments

By Rick Outzen In August in the wake of the protest in Charlottesville, VA, that left one person dead, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and Councilman Larry Johnson publicly stated they wanted to [...]

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