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Man has seizure at PSC Swimming Pool
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Man has seizure at PSC Swimming Pool

By Ally Doty An elderly man suffered from a diabetic seizure while swimming laps in the Pensacola State College swimming pool around 1 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 30, 2013. Paul Flores is a regular at the PSC pool and swims almost every day to stay in good shape and stay healthy, but his condition got...

Movie Review: Prisoners
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Movie Review: Prisoners

Hell is Depending on Other People by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… if you like your thrillers served smart and sensitive, with a rich blend of external and internal conflict and a dash of ethical dilemma for spice. Avoid it… if you find thrillers in general are not your cup of tea, or if you...

Pensacola State Falls to Rivals
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Pensacola State Falls to Rivals

By Ally Doty The Pensacola State women’s volleyball team fell to rivals, Gulf Coast State College, Wednesday, Sept. 25 at the Lou Ross Center. This was their second meeting this season and after losing to GCSC in Panama City, the lady Pirates strived to defeat them. Taylor Linton began the game with a serve that...

Student-to-student panel shares practical and innovative financial tactics
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Student-to-student panel shares practical and innovative financial tactics

by Rebecca Juntunen As the student-to-student “Money Matters” panel began on Tuesday, September 24, at the Pensacola State College main campus, Chelsey Wiselman jokingly opened with a piece of financial advice when asked for her primary money-saving strategy: “Leave your wallet at home.” The panel discussion, which included about fifteen attendees, covered various financial questions...

Heavy rain causes flooding, disabled vehicles
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Heavy rain causes flooding, disabled vehicles

by Ben Sheffler Heavy rain around 7 p.m. Tuesday caused the Ninth Avenue entrance to Pensacola State College to flood, disabling three vehicles that attempted to drive through the water.A PSC Public Safety Officer, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said he saw an SUV that was stuck in the road and started to...

Movie Review: Riddick
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Movie Review: Riddick

No Chronicle Worthy of Mention by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… if you think that the sci-fi action genre could be perfected if only it abandoned the use of intelligence, characterization, or much action. Avoid it… if being forced to watch a bunch of one-dimensional characters shout inane threats at each other while hunting an...

Suicide Awareness to PSC Students
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Suicide Awareness to PSC Students

By Alexis Lugo On Thursday, September 12, 2013, Pensacola State College hosted a suicide convention in Building two to give students awareness about the help they can receive if they are depressed. Forty-five students attended the convention; most of them were there as part of a class assignment. Rachelle Burns, Crisis Referral Coordinator, spoke at...

PSC takes Faulkner State to four sets
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PSC takes Faulkner State to four sets

  By Ally Doty The Pensacola State College women’s volleyball team hosted Faulkner State College, Thursday Sept. 19 at the Lou Ross Center for their second home game and sealed the win after battling four sets against the Sun Chiefs. PSC has had a bumpy season so far with a 12-8 record; most games being...

Review: Pensacola Little Theatre’s ‘Godspell’
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Review: Pensacola Little Theatre’s ‘Godspell’

Electric, but Hardly Divine by J. Scott Southworth This week, rather than critiquing another film in wide release, The Corsair has instead been offered an opportunity by the Pensacola Little Theatre to see and review their newest show, ‘Godspell.’ The Little Theatre is located in downtown Pensacola. Address and ticket information are available at the...

Movie Review: Lee Daniels’ The Butler
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Movie Review: Lee Daniels’ The Butler

Being Black in a White Nation by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… if you have any interest in all in the American Civil Rights movement, for The Butler provides a provocative examination of the movement from a variety of perspectives. Avoid it… if you think that all history is boring and relevance is a drag,...