Month: March 2009

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‘Pink Panther’ slapstick comedy just as good as original

Michael Rutschky Published: February 22, 2006 Steve Martin revives the role of Inspector Jacques Clouseau for “The Pink Panther,” in what is billed as a prequel to the popular movie series starring Peter Sellers.  The film sees the bumbling Jacques Clouseau promoted from an average police officer to an inspector, and given the task of...

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Zoo Animal Technology Program

Jesse Edwards Pensacola Junior College has provided an associate of science degree program in Zoo Animal Technology since 1996. The course is an interesting amalgamation of animal biology along with hands on work in the field at places such as North West Florida Zoological Park, Botanical Gardens in Gulf Breeze, and other animal facilities. �...

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A Trip to Remember

by Jessica Woods This past weekend, I had the incredible opportunity to attend an annual walkathon at the school where I received Bristol. Walkathon is a yearly fund raiser Southeastern puts together. I would like to share with you some of the experiences that Bristol and I had while attending the event. The trip down...

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Vistors get “medical field” insight

Katie Coseo   The Medical Career Fair was held for the second time showcasing many of the medical programs that are offered at PJC’s Warrington Campus. Potential students were escorted to the exhibits by Radiography students.   PJC resources also had booths set up for new and old students to view such as the Testing...

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The Economic Battle Shows Face to PJC

Madelain Tigano “This is a battle and maybe even a war. But it should not be a battle or a war with ourselves. It should be with the economy,” PJC President Dr. Ed Meadows said during a state of the college address Feb. 20 during All College Day. “Everyone at the college, in Pensacola, Florida,...

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PJC cast tackles ‘The Night of the Iguana,’

By Ansley Zecckine The Costa Verde Hotel is a 69-year-old Mexican hideaway resting seaside, imprisoned by the imposing jungle, which slowly creeps up its exterior mud-slapped walls. Rundown as it is, it remains a place of shelter and refuge, and it’s located right here at PJC. It’s the set of Tennessee Williams’ “The Night of...

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Gaming – The Lost and Damned review

Grand Theft Auto 4: The Lost and Damned by Rockstar Games Rating: Mature (17+) Number of players: 1 (up to 16 via System Link or Xbox LIVE) Genre: Third person action-adventure, with driving elements review by Wade Manns —– Last year, Grand Theft Auto IV was released to rave reviews, and in August of last...

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Gaming – Street Fighter IV

Street Fighter IV by Capcom Genre: Fighting Players: 1 or 2, locally or over Xbox LIVE Rating: Teen (alcohol reference, suggestive themes, violence). review by Wade Manns ——— I’ve always been a fan of the Street Fighter series of games.  Whenever I needed to beat something up, to blow off steam or to otherwise have...

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PJC provides FAFSA help

Ashley Thompson On College Goal Sunday, Feb. 22, over 200 students sought the help of volunteers across all Pensacola Junior College campuses to get a head start in applying for financial aid for the 2009-10 school year. For the past three years, it was made possible by a grant through the Department of Education. However,...