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Blue Angels
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Blue Angels

by Jessica Echerri Anyone in the vicinity of Naval Air Station Pensacola (NASP) Nov. 8 and 9 was familiar with the sound of F/A-18 Super Hornets breaking the sound barrier as they barrel through the clouds in close formation. The Blue Angels, a US Navy flight demonstration squadron, performed at the Blue Angels Homecoming Air...

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Native American Heritage in PSC Library

by Brooke Thomas November might be known for Thanksgiving and the start of a crazy holiday shopping season, but it also is Native American Heritage month. If you’ve been to the library recently, you might have noticed the display wall and the Native American items that inhabit it. It has everything from clothing to jewelry...

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3-D Printer Adds Depth to Science Dept.

by Abigail Megginson Printing something has never been so much fun. The 3-D printer is like something you’d imagine in a sci-fi movie. It can print 3-D objects that you can actually hold in your hand. This kind of technology is limitless and has an infinite number of applications. The good news is, PSC has...

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PSC Faculty Vote No Confidence in President

by Spenser Garber On 20 November, the faculty of PSC voted no confidence in President Meadows. Out of the 193 faculty members, 133 voted. 125 of these members voted no confidence, 7 voted confidence, and one member abstained. The ballot’s concerns included the following: (1) a “culture of fear, intimidation and reprisal”; (2) cronyism in...

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Manna Pick-A-Bowl Hosted by Bldg. 15

by Abigail Megginson When it comes to giving back to the community, being creative can always help the cause. The Manna Pick-A-Bowl event at PSC takes fundraiser creativity to a whole new level. This Friday, November 14, the Pensacola State College art building (Bldg. 15) will host a fundraiser for Manna. With a donation of...

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Happy Pig Cafe: A Restaurant Review

by Spenser Garber Walking down the street of Alcaniz in downtown Pensacola, I stumbled upon a little BBQ restaurant called the Happy Pig Café. Upon first glance, it looked like a place to enjoy a slow-cooked pulled pork sandwich and some sweet tea, but I was wrong. I walked into the Happy Pig Café, located...

Spring Term Registration Now Open
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Spring Term Registration Now Open

By Jake Morris Registration for the spring term began November 3, and students have until December 4 to pay tuition and fees. Online registration started after midnight on November 3 and extends through the start of classes next term on January 7, 2015. Students registering in person can speak with a counselor and complete the process...

Volunteer Opportunities: Pensacola Art Museum
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Volunteer Opportunities: Pensacola Art Museum

by Spenser Garber The Pensacola Art Museum, located at 407 South Jefferson Street, is looking for volunteers to help them out year-round. They are looking for people to help assist at the front desk, aid teachers in the classroom, and provide museum event support. The Museum was originally a jail built in 1906, and was...

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PoFolks: A Review

by Spenser Garber PoFolks is a restaurant that opened a few weeks ago at a new location on the corner of 9th Avenue and Creighton. It comes with plenty of parking, a generally welcoming atmosphere, and a couple things that make it stand out from other restaurants. It is easy to make a comparison between...

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Students Now Registering for the Spring Term

By Jake Morris Registration for the spring term began Nov. 3, and students have until Dec. 4 to pay tuition and fees. Online registration started after midnight Nov. 3 and extends through the start of classes next term on Jan. 7. Students registering in person can speak with a counselor and complete the process between...