Month: February 2012

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African American Student Organization Celebrates History and Culture

Adriana Dueck The Corsair   The African American Student Organization hosted the first student-produced Black History month event at Pensacola State College on Feb. 27.  The First Annual Black History Program featured a line-up of events ranging from poetry readings and dances to spoken word and speeches.  The spirit of the event was fueled by...

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Quick thoughts on 2012 NBA All-Star Game

Tim Ajmani The Corsair Well, you can’t say there wasn’t any defense or physicality in the NBA All-Star Game. The NBA’s 2012 All-Star Game was held Sunday evening with the Western Conference All-Stars defeating the Eastern Conference 152-149. Unlike the NFL Pro Bowl held earlier in February, the NBA All-Star game got a little tight...

Naked
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Naked

Travis DeSimone. Corsair. The Mike Leigh film Naked really struck a chord in me. Johnny flees Manchester for London after he rapes a young woman. Upon arriving in London he wanders around meeting strangers and talking with them. These scenes are more like vehicles for the film makers to question religion, and philosophy. Johnny is a...

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Tim’s Midseason NBA Awards Predictions

Tim Ajmani The Corsair With All-Star weekend right around the corner, the 2011-2012 NBA season is about halfway done. Of course, this is no ordinary season; the lockout forced teams into a condensed sixty-six game schedule. The quality of basketball has degraded considerably. There are more blowouts and sloppy games in this season than I’ve...

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Off Night For The Pirates

Shauna Cook The Corsair It was an off night for the Pirates Sat., Feb. 18 against Northwest Florida State losing by 37 with a  69-32 game. The Pirates started off in the lead with the first basket made by Tyree Smith for a three. With 16:19 on the clock, the Raiders took over scoring back to...

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First Home Loss In Two Years For Lady Pirates

Shauna Cook The Corsair It was Sophomore Night for the Lady Pirates Feb. 18 against Northwest Florida State. The Lady Pirates took a hard loss 99-89 making it the first home game loss in two years. The starting line-up fot the Lady Pirates was #3 Brandy Broome, #15 Jasmine Richardson, #21 Wendi Mitchell, #22 Kyana...

PSC Offers Students a Chance to File Taxes for Free
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PSC Offers Students a Chance to File Taxes for Free

Asia Rodgers The Corsair One of the most important times of the year for many working American Citizens is tax season, which begins in January. During this season, many Americans spend $40-$100 to file tax returns using companies such as H&R Block and TurboTax, but for the last five years Pensacola State College, has hosted...

Explore the Medical Field with PSC
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Explore the Medical Field with PSC

Asia Rodgers The Corsair If you are a person who is looking for a fast paced career, a never ending wealth of knowledge and the opportunity to work with other medical workers as well as patients, then the healthcare field is the one for you.  On top of the list of attractive qualities, the healthcare...

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The Haves and Have Nots

Asia Rodgers The Corsair Last Tuesday, my and family and I made our way to Tyler Perry’s “The Haves and Have Nots” at the Pensacola Civic Center. Like many people who planned on attending the play, I, myself thought that the world’s best grandmother, Madea, was going to be in the place. But, that happened...

American Sign Language Club Sells Ducks for Charity
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American Sign Language Club Sells Ducks for Charity

Adriana Dueck The Corsair Have you ever received a funny and unique Valentine’s Day gift?  Have you ever wanted a gift set complete with a rubber ducky and an assortment of chocolates?  On Feb. 13 & 14 the American Sign Language club introduced many first timers to the unique gift set in a fundraiser in...