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Study for finals today with free salad and music

Study for finals today with free salad and music

BSheffler April 23, 2014 0

by William Patterson The Student Support Services “Justice League” and Student Activities are providing a free salad and music today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. between buildings 1 and 6, giving students a

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This Year’s Classical Guitar Orchestra Showcased in Annual Spring Recital

This Year’s Classical Guitar Orchestra Showcased in Annual Spring Recital

ADoty April 21, 2014 0

By: Rebecca Juntunen Under the spotlights of the Ashmore Auditorium stage, the nine talented individuals that make up the PSC Classical Guitar Orchestra celebrated both their progress from the past year, and the life

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Tattoo Tuesday

Tattoo Tuesday

ADoty April 8, 2014 0

By: Timothy Chandler There seems to be two kinds of people in this world: those with tattoos and those without tattoos and each one of them has their own opinion about getting a permanent

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Walter Spara Writing Contest Moved to the Fall, but Open for Submissions

Walter Spara Writing Contest Moved to the Fall, but Open for Submissions

ADoty April 4, 2014 0

By Rebecca Juntunen Traditionally, the PSC English Department has held the Walter F. Spara writing in the spring, however, the 2014 contest is experiencing a few changes and will be moved to the fall

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Nature’s people visit downtown gallery

Nature’s people visit downtown gallery

ADoty April 2, 2014 0

By: T. Cummings If you walk through the bottom floor of the 140 year-old Quayside Art Gallery building in downtown Pensacola, you will encounter a strange society hanging from its walls—a cow moose, several

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New Head Basketball Coach Found for Lady Pirates

New Head Basketball Coach Found for Lady Pirates

ADoty March 19, 2014 0

By: Ally Doty A new chapter began this week for the Pensacola State College Women’s basketball team when athletic director, Bill Hamilton, hired Clenita “Penny” Jones as the new head coach, taking former coach,

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In search of solution, homelessness expert gives talk at City Council

In search of solution, homelessness expert gives talk at City Council

BSheffler March 19, 2014 0

by T. Cummings The Pensacola City Council hosted a talk on homelessness on March 12 led by homelessness expert and former White House Fellow Dr. Robert Marbut. The event, held in the City Council

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With smashed cars and pies, students relieve stress during midterms

With smashed cars and pies, students relieve stress during midterms

BSheffler March 19, 2014 0

by Rebecca Juntunen Every college student faces stress during midterm week, and there’s nothing like heaving a pie at someone’s face or smashing apart a car to help relieve that stress constructively. On the

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Opinion: Religious freedom is at risk in Ukraine

Opinion: Religious freedom is at risk in Ukraine

BSheffler March 18, 2014 0

by T. Cummings As Russia asserts its power in the Crimea, many people are wondering what is at stake in Ukraine. What could a strong Russian presence mean for Ukrainians? The country’s fragile economy,

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Ohio-Chillicothe Brought to Slaughter

Ohio-Chillicothe Brought to Slaughter

ADoty March 6, 2014 0

By: Spenser Garber On March 4, 2014, Ohio-Chillicothe University Softball team visited Pensacola State College for a double-header where the Pirates won both games, 16-2 and 17-0. The first game saw a troubling start

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