Month: April 2014

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Serious weather does big damage in Pensacola
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Serious weather does big damage in Pensacola

by Ally Doty When it rains, it pours. And pours. And pours.  And it’s safe to say it poured incessantly in Pensacola the night of April 29, and the record-breaking amount of rainfall caused serious damage to the community, including some parts of Pensacola State College. Saleem Krichi, a sophomore at PSC and SGA president,...

Nursing student wants to make a difference
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Nursing student wants to make a difference

By: Timothy Chandler Career choices are hard to make for anyone. Especially when students have so many factors that they want to contribute to in their community. For some, the answer is right in front of them. Making a difference, touching lives and helping others is what Pensacola State College student, Cindy Smith, is looking...

Tattoo Tuesday
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Tattoo Tuesday

By: Timothy Chandler There seems to be two kinds of people in this world: those with tattoos and those without tattoos and each one of them has their own opinion about getting a permanent marking on their skin. One of Pensacola State College’s own students, Carly Holmes, a pre-law major, has three tattoos. She got...

Walter Spara Writing Contest Moved to the Fall, but Open for Submissions
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Walter Spara Writing Contest Moved to the Fall, but Open for Submissions

By Rebecca Juntunen Traditionally, the PSC English Department has held the Walter F. Spara writing in the spring, however, the 2014 contest is experiencing a few changes and will be moved to the fall semester. Created in honor of the late PSC creative writing professor, Walter Spara, the competition allows students to submit their work...

Nature’s people visit downtown gallery
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Nature’s people visit downtown gallery

By: T. Cummings If you walk through the bottom floor of the 140 year-old Quayside Art Gallery building in downtown Pensacola, you will encounter a strange society hanging from its walls—a cow moose, several herons, an elephant seal, a cape buffalo, a black lab, a titmouse, some owls. They are the subjects of Nature’s People,...