Month: July 2012

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Film comes to the classroom

Rebecca Byers The Corsair Movies are a great pastime to go see, but imagine getting to watch movies and review them in the classroom. Stacey Albaugh, instructor in the English and Communication department will teach the new film course, Special Topics in Communication, diversity in film, offered in the fall semester. The course examines the...

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Be Sure To…

Isaiah Grant The Corsair This is for all high school graduates who plan on attending an institute of higher learning. As soon as you are enrolled at a college or university, you must seize the moment and take care of your business to make the four years seem like a breeze and graduate with a...

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College escapes damage from June flood

Danielle Provau The Corsair Pensacola State College escaped with only cosmetic damage from the flood June 10. Pensacola received 13 inches of rain on the Pensacola Campus and a record 23 inches at Warrington Campus. The other campuses had little to no damage at all from the freak flood. Warrington Campus was hardest hit.  A footbridge that...

Time is short to register to vote
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Time is short to register to vote

If you aren’t registered to vote yet, you only have a couple of weeks to do so before the primary. The registration deadline falls 29 days before the election: July 16 for the August primary, and Oct. 9 for the November election.