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Bluegrass bands jam

Published: September 11, 2006 The Pensacola Junior College Student Business Club is sponsoring “Fall Bluegrass Day.” The concert is slated for noon to 8 p.m. Sept. 30, at the Milton campus under awnings in front of the Student Activity Center. Rain or shine, come with your lawn chairs to hear the sounds of Sawgrass Revival,...

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TV’s top 10: The new must-see shows this fall

Marisa Guthrie:  New York Daily News Published: Septmember 11, 2006 Not since “Desperate Housewives” and “Lost” premiered two years ago and further widened the quality gap between smart entertainment on the little screen and the dreck flung at movie screens, have so many hot shows blown in like autumn leaves. It is indisputably the year...

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PJC Classic – Friday

Lindsey Chavers Published: August 23, 2006 The Pirate Volleyball team proved they are a force to be reckoned with at the PJC Classic, the tournament held at the Milton campus for area community college teams, on Friday. They started off strong against Southern Union Community College from Wadley, Alabama.   During the second game, which they...

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Experienced PJC volleyball team takes the court

Published: August 23, 2006 A plastic sign hangs from the suspendhed track railing in the Milton L.I.F.E. Center.  “Commitment to one another,” it says in bold blue letters. Beneath the sign, the PJC volleyball team practices with  all the intensity of a conference game.  After a botched play, Coach Pete Pena gently reminds one player...

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Train like a Pirate

Published: August 23, 2006 If you are looking for a place to work out but don’t have time to take a class, try the weight room in Bldg. 1 Room 125 on the Pensacola campus. The facility is free and open to students, faculty and staff with a PJC ID during posted hours. The weight...

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Maritime Park proposal gets debate on WSRE

Melissa Brown Published: August 23, 2006 It’s probably one of the most important decisions local voters will make this political season, next to electing a new governor.  The Maritime Park proposal has generated more conversation than any other issue and WSRE wants voters to hear from both proponents and opponents on a special one-hour telecast...

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eCorsair.com is new face of journalism at PJC

Melissa Brown Published: August 23, 2006 Where do you get the majority of your news?  Do you rely primarily on the printed newspaper, or is the Internet your main newsgathering hub? In this age of media evolution, more and more people are turning to the web for news and information, and PJC’s Corsair is right...

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College adopts student job description

Published: August 23, 2006 The PJC learning centered college coordinating team recently adopted a set of strategies to help students become better learners.  The Corsair plans to cover the concept in a future issue, but we want to hear from students and faculty.  Leave us your thoughts at www.eCorsair.com in the comment section at the...

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New Gordon Rule counts assignments, not words

Published: August 23, 2006 Students who are enrolled in the Associate in Arts program will see a number of changes this semester. One of these changes concerns the Gordon Rule requirement for writing-emphasis courses. In past semesters, students have been required to write a specific number of words in writing-emphasis (Gordon Rule) classes. As of...