Year: 2011

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Milton Campus experiences growth

Stephen Harwick The Corsair Pensacola State College’s Milton campus is expanding in great length. With a student’s first approach, Dean Anthea Amos is creating a wonderfully comfortable learning environment for the campus’ growing student body. With the constantly increasing number of high school dual enrollment students and the numbers of continuing education students on the...

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Tuition money: where exactly does it go?

Bradley Campbell The Corsair Where exactly does our money go? You know, the thousands upon thousands of dollars that are paid by students every semester to attend college at Pensacola State. James Chappell, a Spanish major at Pensacola State said, “I believe the majority of it goes towards clubs and organizations to help better the...

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PSC pilots Speaker’s Bureau program

Shauna Cook The Corsair Pensacola State College has introduced a new Speaker’s Bureau to the greater Pensacola community presenting speakers on a wide range of topics. “We began the process a couple years ago to put it together,” said Thom Botsford, head of English and Communications Department. “It took us about half a year to...

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Tim’s NFL Picks – Week 14

Tim Ajmani The Corsair We now enter the final quarter of the NFL season. Playoff berths are on the line, and the road for all teams in contention becomes more treacherous; there is no margin for error. I nailed my upset pick last week, with the Dolphins blasting the Raiders in Miami. I didn’t fare...

Lady Pirate Teandrea Smith Named FSCAA Player of the Week
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Lady Pirate Teandrea Smith Named FSCAA Player of the Week

Shauna Cook The Corsair Freshman, forward #25 Teandrea Smith from East St. Louis, IL was named the FSCAA Player of the Week with her performances in the games from Nov. 14- 20. Smith averaged 16.5 rebounds, 17.5 points, 4.5 steals, 3.5 blocks, and 2.5 assists per game against Vincennes University on Nov. 18 and Bishop...

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A fun little physics-based exploration romp in space!

Rochard By Recoil games Genre: Similar to Metroidvania, but more combat-oriented. Rating: None, probably Teen for Mild Language and Violence John Rochard, captain of a mining operation employed by multi-planetary conglomerate SkyRig, is not having a good day. Upon revealing an unexpected find on an asteroid, Rochard reports it to his superior, Maximilan. A day...

Sleigh Bells and Diplo February 6th@Vinyl Music Hall
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Sleigh Bells and Diplo February 6th@Vinyl Music Hall

Raymond Knott. Corsair. Sleigh Bells, the noise-pop duo comprised of front woman Alexis Krauss and former Poison The Well guitarist Derek E. Miller is scheduled to be appearing at Vinyl Music Hall on February the 6th. Diplo will be sharing the bill for this show, and after seeing Diplo at De Luna Fest, I’m really...

The Hood Internet! Free album!
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The Hood Internet! Free album!

Raymond Knott. Corsair. The Hood Internet’s first official album is up via Mishka NYC, and I must say I am so eager to crack into this. These guys are two of my favorite mashup artists circling the blogosphere, and they’re always buzzworthy. Outside of that, these two have been here twice in the last year,...

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Rape Awareness On Campus

A-mila West The Corsair We have all heard rumors, but what if some were actually true?  Students and faculty should take sexual assault seriously.  Incidents do occur but there are ways to maintain safety and bring awareness to those on campus. Chief of Police and Director of Public Safety, Hank Shirah offers preventative advice emphasizing...