Month: October 2013

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Advice of the Day

There is no nice way to put this, so I am just going to come right out and say it.   Ladies and gentlemen, if you are going somewhere to be interviewed please do not be dressed like you are going to a party or a club.   Ladies, do not have your knockers out and...

Astronomer Clay Sherrod talks comets, predicts good show for ISON
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Astronomer Clay Sherrod talks comets, predicts good show for ISON

by Ben Sheffler Dr. Clay Sherrod of Arkansas Sky Observatories gave a lecture at Pensacola State College to educate people on the approaching Comet ISON, as well as the history and science of comets, on Saturday, Oct. 12, highlighting a few days that the comet could best be viewed. Comet ISON, an acronym for the...

Movie Review: Gravity
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Movie Review: Gravity

Round and Round and Round She Goes… by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… to experience a roller-coaster of a movie, a disaster film in space that introduces fascinatingly detailed models of some of the most famous objects in earth orbit, and then gleefully destroys them. Avoid it… if you are hoping for a spacefaring drama...

AHF provides free HIV testing to PSC students
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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, Oct. 8. “We make it a priority to come to college campuses to provide condoms and to educate and increase HIV awareness,” said Rose Marshall, an HIV testing counselor for the AHF. The testing...

Tech Wars
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Tech Wars

By: Alexis Lugo Many students at Pensacola State College use laptops or tablets to complete their homework, instead of a desktop for your home. Over the years, technology has grown more advanced and continues to grow every day. Cell phones are thinner, computers are becoming more portable and manufacturers have made it possible to browse...

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Movie Review: Rush

High on Velocity by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… to feel one of this year’s truly unique experiences, a racing film and biopic that distinguishes itself with a fierce integrity of character. Avoid it… and go to one of the many knock-off and franchise blockbusters currently running unique characters if fresh experiences are not your...

5th Annual Fall Community Career Fair
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5th Annual Fall Community Career Fair

By: Benjamin Whittle On October 4, the 5th Annual Fall Community Career Fair was held in the Jean & Paul Amos Studio from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The career fair hosted 50 different employers from a variety of fields, including military, police, medical, business, and food service employers. The main floor was packed with...

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Advice of the Day

Dear J, I really like this person but I am too shy to even approach him, when we pass each other he waves but I can only look down to hide my blush. How can I be more brave and approach him? Dear writer, I would like to thank you for writing to me about...

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Dating Tips

Females: 1. DON’T have sex on the first date 2. Don’t dress too revealing leave some mystery about your body. Dress sexy yet elegant. 3. Don’t have on too much make up. 4. Act like a lady 5. Perfume is your best friend but don’t put on too much that it bothers the guy, he...