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Blue Angels’ Crew speak to PSC’s Kid’s College
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Blue Angels’ Crew speak to PSC’s Kid’s College

by Ally Doty The Blue Angels may be grounded for 2013 due to budget cuts, but that didn’t stop three members of the flight crew from spreading a positive message of working hard to achieve your goals to students from Pensacola State College’s Kid’s College program on June 20, 2013. Lieutenant Katie Kelly, the squad’s...

Planetarium offers free event on ancient sky
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Planetarium offers free event on ancient sky

by Ben Sheffler In celebration of the Summer Solstice, the Pensacola State College Planetarium and Space Theatre, along with The University of West Florida Archaeology Institute, will present a free event on ancient perspectives of the night sky called “A Journey Along the Pathway of Souls” at 6 and 8 p.m. on June 20 in...

Review: “Men are Dogs” – a Play on words.
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Review: “Men are Dogs” – a Play on words.

by Danielle Storley “Men are Dogs,” a realistic romantic comedy by playwright Joe Simonelli, was the most recent production by PSC’s Performing Arts Department. Director Rodney Whatley brought the somewhat adult-themed play to life, with the actors starring in roles that required wisdom way beyond their years. The play centers on a psychiatrist, Cecilia Monahan...

Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness
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Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

by Hope Hall “Star Trek Into the Darkness” is a sci-fi action/adventure movie loosely based on Gene Rodenberry’s classic original series. The film follows Captain James T. Kirk, his first officer Spock, and the other familiar characters through a journey involving genetically enhanced humans, a renegade Star Fleet officer, and a startling discovery of a...