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Humans of PSC
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Humans of PSC

What are your Thanksgiving plans? My family rents out a beach house every year because most of them live out of town, so we all hang out there for about a week. And since they all live up north, we like to go swimming, even if the water is freezing. ~Michael Cole

HIV / AIDS in Escambia County
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HIV / AIDS in Escambia County

   By: Arieann Pettway According to the Center for Disease Control, Pensacola has a serious HIV/AIDS epidemic. Escambia County alone ranks number 2 in state for most reported cases of women and children and is ranked 12th out of 67 counties in florida for the most reported cases of HIV/AIDS. One of the reasons this...

Supermoon 2016 enchants PSC spectators
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Supermoon 2016 enchants PSC spectators

By Becca Carlson Mid-November finally brought cooler temperatures to our area which made for just the right conditions to view Supermoon 2016. The Escambia Amateur Astronomy Association (EAAA) invited participants to view the event outside of the Pensacola State College Planetarium. PSC students and community members observed Monday night’s Supermoon and other astral objects through...

Creating Light from the Dark
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Creating Light from the Dark

By: Nicole Gunter The story of Nora Buchanan Nora Buchanan is an international artist and human rights activist from Honduras. She entered The National School of Fine Arts in 1998. Nora’s art is concentrated in plastic arts based on the abstract style. Her works are a spontaneous and constant evolution with different mediums and forms...

Humans of PSC
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Humans of PSC

Jane Spruill Retired Instructor If you could meet any public figure , who would it be? Rosa Parks. She was designated to be the face of change, and I think she was very brave to say “Okay, I will.” I don’t think we really know all the things she had to endure as far as...

First graduating class of PALS students to host events
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First graduating class of PALS students to host events

Having a disability, either physical or mental, does not mean that one can’t achieve just as much or more than one without such a disability. Students in Pensacola State College’s Arc Gateway Program for Adult Learning and Support (PALS) are proving exactly this. The PALS program is celebrating the first graduating class of students from...

Music Review: Sia – The Greatest
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Music Review: Sia – The Greatest

Image Courtesy of RCA Records By Matthew Daniels With her recent single, The Greatest, Sia throws the listener a thrilling beat and gives them the stamina that’s felt in the song. Alongside hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar, the lyrics keep the listener in a soothing but upbeat rhythm, allowing the chorus to add a roller-coaster effect....

Music Review: The Divine Feminine
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Music Review: The Divine Feminine

By: Jasmine Britt Mac Miller released his fourth studio album, The Divine Feminine, on September 16th, 2016. After the success of his third album, GO:OD AM, he announced that he was back at the studio working on another project. With guest vocals from Ariana Grande, Anderson Paak, Bilal, CeeLo Green, Ty Dolla $ign, Kendrick Lamar...