Month: February 2010

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Looking up to the Jgerenaias
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Looking up to the Jgerenaias

Robert Klawitter-The Corsair This basketball season, PJC has not one, but two Jgerenaia brothers protecting the paint for the Pirates. Erekle, a 6-foot-8 forward, with “legitimate Division-I shooting ability,” Head Coach Paul Swanson said, is shooting 45 percent from the field, and 37 percent from behind the 3-point line. His younger brother George, a 6-foot-10...

Warrington L.I.F.E. Center helps PJC get fit
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Warrington L.I.F.E. Center helps PJC get fit

–The Corsair Kyra Wood In Early January, PJC opened a Lifestyle Improvement Fitness Education Center on the Warrington campus, which is now available to students, faculty and the community. Although planning began a few years ago, the reality of L.I.F.E. Center took flight about eight months ago. With help from Coordinator of Milton L.I.F.E. Center,...

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Plans revealed for South Santa Rosa Center

Nick Alford–The Corsair Pensacola Junior College is moving forward with its plans for the South Santa Rosa Center. The center is to be located on 110 acres in the south end of Santa Rosa County, adjacent to U.S. Highway 98. The conceptual renderings and floor plans of the first building for the future PJC South...

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PJC name change postponed until 2011

Madelain Tigano–The Corsair PJC’s Board of Trustees approved Pensacola State College as the college’s new name on Jan. 19. However, the college must first be allowed to offer four-year degrees before the name officially can be changed. Once the process is completed, PJC can move forward in asking the Florida Legislature to pass the appropriate...