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Play Review: Spamalot
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Play Review: Spamalot

  Not Dead Yet by J. Scott Southworth This week, The Corsair has taken a break from film revues to cover a local theater production, this time the production of ‘Spamalot’ currently being produced by the Pensacola State College performing arts department. Details about the performance location and show times are available at the end...

PSC Volleyball Dig Pink
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PSC Volleyball Dig Pink

   By: Brandon Vossberg It was a night to celebrate, Conference Win and Pink Night “Dig Pink” was the theme of the night on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at the Lou Ross Center, as Pensacola State Volleyball raised funds and awareness for Breast Cancer Research. PSC’s volleyball team played like champions and beat their conference...

Movie review: Ender’s Game
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Movie review: Ender’s Game

  War is a Universal Language By: J. Scott Watch it… if you’re prepared for a challenging and sometimes gut-wrenching film that faithfully adapts Orson Scott Card’s novel into a visually stunning and mentally stimulating tour-de-force. Avoid it… if you’re seeking an entertaining and exciting blockbuster adventure, for Ender’s Game retains the cautionary nature of...

SGA Holds Chili Fundraiser
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SGA Holds Chili Fundraiser

  By Rebecca Juntunen The spicy aroma of chili drew students to the pavilion outside building 5 on Tuesday, October 29, for an SGA-run chili fundraiser. Group members served various types of chili and toppings for $2 a bowl from 11:00 to 2:00 PM, with proceeds going toward their group. “We use the money for...

AASA welcomes anyone willing to unite for positive impact on community
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AASA welcomes anyone willing to unite for positive impact on community

by S.A. McMillan An organization that promotes unity and constructive contribution, the African-American Student’s Association is involved at all of the Pensacola State College campuses, except for the newest locations in Navarre and Century, and anyone who can maintain a 2.0 GPA and a positive attitude are welcome to join. Al Huffman, counselor and adviser...

Milton Campus’ Halloween Spookapalooza
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Milton Campus’ Halloween Spookapalooza

   By Elena Tsoy PSC’s Milton Campus hosted  Halloween Spookapalooza Thursday night for students and their families. Students came dressed in various costumes, and the event included music, games, a bake sale, a haunted house, and a tarrot-card reader.  All of the proceeds from the night’s event went to Manna Food Pantry.