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Oscars 2015 gives viewers more of the same
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Oscars 2015 gives viewers more of the same

By Brooke Thomas The Oscars 2015 was what you would call “the norm” for an award show. Beginning with a performance by host Neil Patrick Harris and ending with the somewhat unexpected upset of “Birdman” over “Boyhood,” the over three-hour telecast tried the patience of even the biggest cinemaphile. Of course, every award show tries...

Professors differ over class cell phone usage
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Professors differ over class cell phone usage

  By Kimberly Bogers Cell phones can be a touchy subject in classrooms, as many college students probably know from experience. It can be difficult to put away the phone and cut off communication with the outside world for an hour or two while in class, which is why many students check their phones while...

Sneaker Heads of PSC
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Sneaker Heads of PSC

  By Tobias Harvey Sneakerheads are often described and defined by their tastes in expensive footwear, fashion sense and an eye for details. They are common on the Pensacola State College Pensacola campus and they all have their own unique styles. Kenneth Cox, 19, says being able to buy any pair of shoes he wants...

Obama Launches Plan to Make College More Affordable
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Obama Launches Plan to Make College More Affordable

By Selina Iglesias As of this January, Americans could be able to attend two-year colleges without any tuition costs thanks to a plan proposed by President Barack Obama. Adapted from tuition plans used in colleges in Tennessee and Chicago, Obama’s plan, or “America’s College Promise,” is dedicated to making community college “as free and universal...