Month: September 2014

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Help Wanted; Job Fair Friday

by Abigail Megginson If you’re looking for a job, the Career Fair may be your best bet. This Friday, September 26, PSC is co-hosting the 6th Annual Fall Community Career Fair with Career Source Escarosa. The fair will be located in the AMOS studio in the WSRE building next to the PSC library, and it...

This week in Comics
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This week in Comics

By Cody Chavers and Nicholas Guest DC Batman: Future’s End #1 – Score: 4/5         The Future’s End one-shots continue this week with Batman desperately trying to save his own life by breaking into a secure LexCorp facility. Writer Ray Fawkes manages to make a futuristic story feel like classic Batman with...

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Pensacola State C.A.R.E.S. Week

by William Patterson Sept. 8-12 is the annual National Suicide Prevention Week  and Pensacola State College is having several events to raise awareness. The events seek to provide information so people can recognize signs of depression and have the ability to help the people in which they see those signs. On Wednesday, September 10, Pensacola...

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New Science Lab at PSC

by Abigail Megginson The students spoke, and PSC responded. Thanks to vocal opinion, PSC has finally added a science lab. The lab opened the 2nd week of class making it relatively new. Students can find the lab in building 17 in room 1707. It has seated 40 students at a time and is very spacious....

This Week in Comics
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This Week in Comics

By: Cody Chavers and Nicholas Guest DC Action Comics: Future’s End #1 – Score: 2.5/5         This one-shot by Sholly Fisch was disjointed and fairly boring as Clark Kent gardens while people around town gain various super powers. This book’s only real redeeming quality is pretty fantastic visuals thanks to artists Pascal...

Campus Police Raise ALS Awareness
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Campus Police Raise ALS Awareness

by Brooke Thomas Society gives its members a choice now: donate a hundred dollars to a national charity or dump a giant bucket of ice cold water on their heads in order to raise awareness of a disease that has been threatening American citizens for years. Most people go with the bucket of water, chilling...

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West Nile Virus Strikes Again

By Abigail Megginson Mosquitoes are infamous for the itchy red bumps they cause us, but they also can carry and transmit viruses. One of those is the West Nile Virus (WNV).  After first being detected in North America in 1999, the WNV has spread across the U.S. The recent outbreak of the WNV in the...

Great Helpful Resources for New Students
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Great Helpful Resources for New Students

by William Patterson Pensacola State College offers several different resources for students that need help with math, writing, or just a quiet place to study on the Pensacola Campus. The Math Lab is an option for students who want to hone their skills or need help with classes. The Math Lab is open Monday and...

New Gaming and Comic Stores in Pensacola
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New Gaming and Comic Stores in Pensacola

By Nicholas Guest The Game Space, a tabletop gaming store and event venue, and Pensacola Pop Comics, a comic book store, recently opened in May. Harley Orr, owner of Pensacola Pop Comics, and Jason Picheo, owner of The Game Space, each sat down with the Corsair to share what they’ve learned opening a new Pensacola...