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‘The Great Gatsby’ Student Performance at Ashmore
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‘The Great Gatsby’ Student Performance at Ashmore

By: Rebecca Juntunen Viewing the world through rose-colored glasses is one thing, but viewing it through a kaleidoscope creates a whole new outlook of the people in it. Be prepared to confront this outlook if you plan to attend this weekend’s showing of “The Great Gatsby”. The production, staged by the Pensacola State College Theater...

PSC Softball Finally Plays Home Game
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PSC Softball Finally Plays Home Game

By: Ally Doty The Pensacola State College Softball Coach, Brenda Pena, and her squad of fourteen ladies hosted a double header with Bishop State Community College Tuesday, Feb. 25 on a rare day in Pensacola where the sun shined brightly and temperatures reached mid-sixties to early seventies. PSC softball rarely had games at home due...

2014 Pirate Invitational
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2014 Pirate Invitational

By: Ally Doty The 2014 Pirate Baseball Invitational took place Saturday, Feb. 22 through Monday, Feb. 24where the Pensacola State College baseball team welcomed four out of city teams and battled their way through the weekend. PSC first played on Saturday morning against the Rend Lake Warriors from Illinois. Rend Lake scored two early runs...

Artist Jo Stealey visits PSC; work on display at Switzer Center
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Artist Jo Stealey visits PSC; work on display at Switzer Center

by Savana Morie Students and faculty of Pensacola State College came together last Thursday, Feb. 20, to honor this year’s Switzer Distinguished Artist Jo Stealey, who considered the honor an “absolute thrill.”  The reception, which began at 6 p.m in the Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts on the Pensacola campus, was free to...

PSC Women’s Basketball Head Coach to Resign
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PSC Women’s Basketball Head Coach to Resign

    By: Ally Doty Leah Drury, the women’s head basketball coach for Pensacola State College, announced her resignation today, Feb. 26, at the Hartsell Arena, which has been her home for the last two years of her coaching career. The event started out lightly, when Bill Hamilton stepped up to the podium and knocked...

SGA Presents ‘Catching Fire’ to Student Body
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SGA Presents ‘Catching Fire’ to Student Body

  By: Rebecca Juntunen On Thursday, February 20th, PSC’s main campus student center offered a free mini movie theater experience to students, complete with free drinks, popcorn, and snacks.  Students settled down at tables and couches in front of a huge projector screen, to watch “Catching Fire”— a film adaption of the second book in...

Gallery Night, Pensacon a hit with visitors, cosplayers and fans
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Gallery Night, Pensacon a hit with visitors, cosplayers and fans

by Alexis Lugo Pensacon and cosplay enthusiasts livened up Gallery Night on Palafox Street on Feb. 21 with theme parties and costumes. Venues such as O’Riley’s, World of Beer and Emerald City hosted a “Harry Potter,” “Game of Thrones” and costume party, respectively. As Gallery Night carried on with its trademark art, music and food,...

Oscar-nominated short films featured at Gulf Breeze theatre
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Oscar-nominated short films featured at Gulf Breeze theatre

by SA McMillan The Academy Awards are the highest honor bestowed upon filmmakers in the United States, and Movies 4 Cinema in Gulf Breeze has a treat not often seen—The Academy Award Nominated Short Films, both live action and animated. “There are five films in each category ranging from whimsical family films to serious foreign dramas,” said Dylan...

Flash Sale at all PSC Campus Bookstores
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Flash Sale at all PSC Campus Bookstores

By: Ally Doty The Folletts Pensacola State College Bookstore is having a Flash Sale today,  Feb. 20 and tomorrow, Fed. 21 in order to say goodbye to the fall season and to encourage students to make the bookstore a part of their everyday lives. Beth Smithers, store manager at the Pensacola Main Campus, is looking...