Month: April 2013

Home 2013 April
service project influences entire campus
Post

service project influences entire campus

  Most of the time people throw away their soda cans or cereal boxes, but what they don’t realize is those items can make a big difference if they are recycled. SkillsUSA, one of many programs at Pensacola State College where students and teachers work together for a better workforce, is doing its part to...

AHF provides free HIV testing to PSC students
Post

AHF provides free HIV testing to PSC students

by Ben Sheffler Free condoms and HIV tests were offered by the Aids Healthcare Foundation on the Pensacola campus on Tuesday, April 9. “It’s nothing to be ashamed of,” said Christina Hayes, lead counselor at AHF.  “You have to know your status.” The testing process takes just a few minutes, and involves a simple prick...

Edgy poet Addonizio to present reading, workshop Thursday, April 11
Post

Edgy poet Addonizio to present reading, workshop Thursday, April 11

by Ben Sheffler This Thursday, April 11, 2013, Pensacola State College Library is presenting a workshop and poetry reading by Kim Addonizio, a “super edgy, really contemporary poet,” according to Mike Will, an English professor at PSC. For students who think they aren’t into poetry, Will has something to say. “When people say ‘I hate...

Learning Lab, Imagination Station open at Wahoos Stadium
Post

Learning Lab, Imagination Station open at Wahoos Stadium

by Ben Sheffler A recent WSRE historical documentary, “Baseball in Pensacola,” led to the opening of the Pensacola State College Learning Lab and WSRE Imagination Station at the Pensacola Bayfront Stadium. “We uncovered such a rich history of baseball in Pensacola, and the documentary was so well received, this was a way to take it...

The Hurricane Review showcases fiction, poetry
Post

The Hurricane Review showcases fiction, poetry

by Ben Sheffler On a perfect spring evening, Pensacola State College English Professor Todd Neuman delivered a short but powerful speech on continuity, which he tied into the current issue of The Hurricane Review, a regional literary magazine produced at PSC that receives poem and short story submissions from around the world. “All these little...

Review: Jumping into the “Rabbit Hole”
Post

Review: Jumping into the “Rabbit Hole”

by Danielle Storley Intense emotion and genuine acting shared the stage recently during the Pensacola State College Theater Department’s presentation of the play “Rabbit Hole” at the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium. A contemporary drama about the grief of a couple recovering from losing their four-year-old son, the play was directed by Rodney Whatley. The grieving...