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Summer 2015 print issue
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Summer 2015 print issue

In this issue: -State Bill proposes drastic changes to FCS. -Homeless Awareness Day. -How to survive a six-week summer class. -Professors dish their opinions about teaching at PSC.   http://issuu.com/ecorsair/docs/corsairsummer2015?e=18114306/13716097

April 2015 print issue
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April 2015 print issue

In this issue: – OneCard has hidden charges for users. – RateMyProfessors proves helpful. -PSC professor battles through illness. -Softball coach announces retirement after a storied career. http://issuu.com/ecorsair/docs/aprilcorsairfinalfinal?e=18114306/13719197

March 2015 print edition
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March 2015 print edition

In this issue: – Multiple factors involved in student drop-out rates – Media representation of beauty stirs debate – PSC students display photos in local eatery. – Fall Out Boy album reviewed. – Geocaching proves to be enjoyable hobby. http://issuu.com/ecorsair/docs/march_2015?e=18114306/13718915

February 2015 print edition
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February 2015 print edition

In this issue: -Plugins offer cheaper alternative. -Drowsy Poet is new campus hangout. – Changes to Pell Grant requirements to match family financial situations. – Students responds to medical marijuana article. http://issuu.com/ecorsair/docs/final_corsair_february_2015_templat?e=18114306/13717704

PSC musical production “Zombie Prom” is anything but dead
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PSC musical production “Zombie Prom” is anything but dead

By Kimberly Bogers Pensacola State College’s theater department has been known to put on many fabulous productions over the years, the latest being the zany musical “Zombie Prom.” This musical tells the story of good-girl Toffee, rebellious Jonny Warner and the relationship that forms between the two teens. The love-struck pair are students at Enrico...

Congressman encourages PSC graduates to be selfless
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Congressman encourages PSC graduates to be selfless

By Abigail Megginson On Sunday, May 3, proud parents, alumni, faculty and administration gathered at the Pensacola Bay Center to celebrate the 2015 class of Pensacola State College graduates. At the ceremony, nearly 1,200 students received associate degrees, baccalaureate degrees, certificates and diplomas. The two and a half hour celebration honored the next generation of PSC...

Students “honored, humbled” by Student Excellence Awards
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Students “honored, humbled” by Student Excellence Awards

By Jennifer Tonnaer Every school year, Pensacola State College (PSC) recognizes outstanding students with the Student Excellence Awards Ceremony. This year’s ceremony, held April 23 at the WSRE Amos Studio, saw nearly 150 students awarded. The following awards presented in the ceremony include: Program Scholars, Department Scholars, Scholastic Achievement, All-Florida Academic Team, Leadership, Service, Volunteer Service and...

Summer Courses, Yay or Nay?
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Summer Courses, Yay or Nay?

By Kimberly Bogers When a college student thinks of summer, there are a variety of things that could cross his or her mind: spending time at the beach, hanging out with friends, taking on another job to earn some extra money, going on a road-trip or sleeping-in. However, along with some of these thoughts, students might...