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‘Save A Life Tour’ stops by college
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‘Save A Life Tour’ stops by college

by Rebecca Byers A program against drinking and driving visited Pensacola State College Wednesday, March 20, and presented a simulation on driving under the influence in the student center on the Pensacola Campus. The Save A Life Tour, a national tour with stops at high schools, college campuses, and military bases, showed a sober outlook...

Writing, math labs offer free help for students
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Writing, math labs offer free help for students

by Ben Sheffler As students enter the Writing Lab on the Pensacola campus, they are greeted by a poster with a quote from Scientist Marie Curie: “Nothing in life is to be feared.  It is only to be understood.” The Writing and Math labs help provide that understanding. Currently enrolled Pensacola State College students can...

Delgado dominates pirates, 4-0
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Delgado dominates pirates, 4-0

by Ally Doty The Pensacola State College baseball team took on the Delgado Dolphins from Louisiana last weekend, March 1- 3. They went into the games with a 10-9-1 record, they played a total of four games in three days, and they lost all four games. Friday afternoon’s game started off with PSC’s Brett Casteel...

Auditions on tap for ‘Men are Dogs’
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Auditions on tap for ‘Men are Dogs’

by Danielle Storley Auditions for Pensacola State Performing Arts Department’s upcoming production, “Men are Dogs,” a comedy by Joe Simonelli, are being held at the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, April 8-9, 2013 at 7 p.m. The play is about a successful psychologist, Cecilia, who mentors neurotic patients from a self-help group full of lonely and...

Men are short by four, lose 77-73
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Men are short by four, lose 77-73

by Ally Doty Pensacola State College men’s basketball lost their final game of the season by four points against Tallahassee Community College Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Lou Ross Center.Before tip-off, PSC sophomores Devin Wilson, Josh Turner, Kent Langham, Milton Geddes and DiAngelo Kirkland were recognized and stood on the court with family and friends...

Lady pirates lose last home game, 56-52
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Lady pirates lose last home game, 56-52

by Ally Doty Pensacola State College women’s basketball recognized their 2012-2013 sophomores, Ricki Alex and Allysia Rohlehr, Saturday, Feb. 23 after they suffered their final loss of the season versus Tallahassee Community College.“They both played a very well season,” Coach Leah Drury gloated about her ladies after Saturday’s game. “Allysia Rohlehr didn’t come out of...