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Free Speech and Faculty Morale at Pensacola State College

Free Speech and Faculty Morale at Pensacola State College

By Steven Poulin As Pensacola State College (PSC) tries to increase its prestige among Florida’s four-year colleges, President Ed Meadows is drawing fire over free speech and faculty rights. In [...]

The Buzz 12/11/14

The Buzz 12/11/14

Qatar Builds Cultural Bridge Mohammed Jaham Al Kuwari, the State of Qatar’s ambassador to the United States, spoke on Dec. 5 to the Panhandle Tiger Bay Club. Qatar is a small, strategically placed [...]

Outtakes—Man in the Mirror

Outtakes—Man in the Mirror

The April 30 explosion of the Central Booking and Detention Facility killed two men, paralyzed another and injured another 173 people. None of it should have happened. Some have downplayed the [...]

Holiday Calendar 12.11 – 12.17

Holiday Calendar 12.11 – 12.17

Get in the holiday spirit with the help of this week’s holiday-themed happenings. 12.12 - 12. 14 UWF DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE PRESENTS “A CHRISTMAS CAROL” 7:30 p.m. (Sunday performance at 2:30 [...]

Fall into the Rabbit Hole

Fall into the Rabbit Hole

By Jennifer Leigh Next year marks the 150th anniversary of the story of a little girl, wide-smiling cats, tea parties and a manic queen — otherwise known as “Alice’s Adventures in [...]

“Always in Season”

“Always in Season”

Jackie Olive, Film and the Legacy of Lynching By Scott Satterwhite On July 25, 1946, four African-Americans, two men and two women, were shot to death in one of the last high-profile lynchings in [...]

Winners & Losers 12/4/14

Winners & Losers 12/4/14

Winners Jini Curry The National Collegiate Honors Council recently named University of West Florida student Jini Curry its Student of the Year. Curry, a senior biochemistry major, is a Kugelman [...]

When Everything Went Black

When Everything Went Black

By Rick Outzen Last year, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners assumed control of the Escambia County Jail and the Central Booking and Detention Center. For months, the public was told the [...]

News of the Weird 12/4/14

News of the Weird 12/4/14

By Chuck Shepherd TMI Kansas lawyer Dennis Hawver was disbarred in November for his comically bad (24 separate deficiencies) defense of double-murder suspect Phillip Cheatham in 2005 (which led to [...]

The Buzz 12/4/14

The Buzz 12/4/14

Pensacola Reboot Begins Mayor Ashton Hayward and the three council members recently re-elected were all sworn in on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Each was given the opportunity to address the [...]

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