Month: May 2010

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Beautiful vs. Sexy Part 2 — I choose beauty

Adriana Dueck – The Corsair So with all this reading and musing on sexuality that I’ve been doing, I’ve decided that beautiful is a word I’d rather be called by, because sexy can come under the umbrella of beauty.  To me sexuality is very much a part of being beautiful.  If someone, be it a...

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I don’t really know anything

Paul Smith – The Corsair Orson Welles once said, “If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.” Well, after several semesters spent writing for the Corsair, this is where my story stops. This will be my last ever piece written for this wonderful ol’ rag – and...

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Smoking shouldn’t be banned campus wide

The Corsair staff has recently learned that the administration at PJC is considering implementing a ban on smoking anywhere on the Pensacola campus – a rule which is already in effect on the Warrington campus. We at the Corsair feel this proposed campus-wide smoking ban would be far too overreaching and unnecessary. While we understand...

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Just Cause 2 brings players to new heights

Wade Manns – The Corsair   Just Cause 2 by Square ENIX Genre: third person freeroaming, action-adventure Rating: Mature for Blood, Drug Reference, Language, Sexual Themes, Violence. If you’ve read my articles for a while, you’ll know that I really like the Grand Theft Auto series. Not for the actions of  crime, or its extreme...

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Students participate in Mock Murder

Kyra Wood – The Corsair The Criminal Justice program set the stage April 22 with mock murder scenes on PJC’s Pensacola campus. Assembled by the program’s all-star faculty, with a little help from the Collegiate High School’s Art department, the scene provided the vocational training needed by the Criminal Justice students as well as shined...

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Bookstore offers books to prisoners

Nick Alford – The Corsair Sandy Welch was hitchhiking down Kingfield Road in Cantonment when she was picked up by a passing motorist. When asked where she was going, she said she was on her way to a gas station. The driver told her that wasn’t a problem and signaled for her to hop in....

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Church group heads to Guatemala

Adriana Dueck – The Corsair The Northridge Church’s Fusion 8 youth group is enthusiastically gearing up for an Aug. 8-18 overseas missions trip to Antigua, Guatemala. While in Guatemala the 19-member group of students and adults will take part in the Living Waters International Feed-a-Child program, staying at the Quiche Ministry Center and working as...

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Homeless saved by Habitat for Humanity

Andrea Mcmillian – The Corsair “I am going to have a house,” said Heather Molina. “It’s always been a dream to me but I didn’t think it would be possible.” A single parent, Molina and her two daughters are one of the many families in Escambia County who do not have proper shelter. Homelessness, historically...

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PJC police work hard for safety

Lauranne Stouder – The Corsair Like most professionals, Wallace Carter starts his day reading and sending e-mails. But unlike much of the rest of the working world, he wears a blue uniform and carries handcuffs as part of his job. Carter is a police officer on the Pensacola Junior College Warrington campus. The duties of...

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Game players come to LAN parties

Wade Manns – The Corsair Sometimes if you’re a gamer, a friendly multiplayer session of gunplay and death are all you need to de-stress after a long day. Such opportunities are commonplace at a LAN (local area network) party such as those hosted by the Panhandle Gamers. A community gaming organization founded in late 2006,...