Month: October 2014

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Voting Day is Right Around the Corner
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Voting Day is Right Around the Corner

by Spenser Garber November 4th, 2014. Midterm elections are so close you can almost taste them. Don’t forget to go out to your local polls to vote this year. It is very important to go out and vote, as it is one of the most important parts of how the US government works. Voting gives...

This Week in Comics
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This Week in Comics

By: Cody Chavers DC           Batman and Robin #35 – 4/5 Robin Rises continues as Batman carves a brutal path to the heart of Apokolips to retrieve the stolen body of his son, Damien. Red Robin, Red Hood and Batgirl come together to help Bruce, and this is where writer Peter...

Nerd News Now
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Nerd News Now

By: Cody Chavers “Nerd.” “Geek.” What used to be derogatory words for the smart people that didn’t quite fit in are now used to describe the culture that has taken entertainment of every medium by storm. With the surging popularity of comic books (especially the movies and television shows inspired by them), science fiction and...

Rocky Horror Amazes Thousands
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Rocky Horror Amazes Thousands

by Spenser Garber On October 28th, I attended a showing of the Rocky Horror Show at Pensacola Little Theatre. PLT puts on this show every year around Halloween time, and for good reason. The costumes were amazing, make-up was fantastic, most of the acting was phenomenal, and the music was stunning. The Rocky Horror show...

Men’s Basketball Preview
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Men’s Basketball Preview

by Spenser Garber and Abigail Megginson Kevin Baker (Point Guard, #1) Kevin Baker attended Madison Preparatory High School in St. Louis, Missouri. This is his 2nd year with PSC, but has been playing basketball since he was 5 years old. He says the team is “pretty prepared” for this season. His strengths include getting the...

Gotham Rises
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Gotham Rises

by Cody Chavers At its core, Gotham is an origin story. Not just the origin of Bruce Wayne or James Gordon, but of the city itself. At a time when origin stories seem played out in movies and television shows (especially those based on comic books), Gotham offers a fresh take by shining a brand...

Planned Renovations to the PSC Planetarium
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Planned Renovations to the PSC Planetarium

by Abigail Megginson Since 1993, the Planetarium has been one of the highlights of Pensacola State College. It has provided high quality educational video viewing experiences for viewers of all ages for 20 years. However, it’s due for a bit of a makeover. Billy Jackson, the Distance Learning Specialist at PSC spoke about the renovations...

Viral Vaccination: Ebola
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Viral Vaccination: Ebola

by Nicholas Guest Viral Vaccination is a weekly column written by me, Nick Guest, that tries to reveal other angles on viral news stories, social media urban legends, and misguided social media campaigns. I hope that you don’t believe vaccinations cause Autism, because I’m about to inject you with some knowledge. With Ebola on the...

Lunar Eclipse Amazes Many
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Lunar Eclipse Amazes Many

by Spenser Garber On the morning of October 8, the Earth’s shadow passed over the surface of the moon, causing a lunar eclipse. Many people across North America watched in amazement as the moon turned a vibrant red for a couple of hours. The start of the eclipse was at 4:20 A.M. and lasted until...