By Jennifer Tonnaer Pensacola State College is home to the Arc Gateway Program for Adult Learning and Support (PALS), a unique program that offers customized training for adults 18 and over who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. PALS allows these students to attend college in order to achieve various skills, as well as prepare them...
In this issue: -PSC participates in Emerald Coast Electrathon -New scholarship application process -Dangers presented by Zika virus -PSC students unprepared for emergencies -Why feminism is important in today’s society -Stress Less Week -Professor evaluations -Humans of PSC http://issuu.com/thecorsairpsc/docs/aprilissue2016pdf__3_?workerAddress=ec2-54-236-255-246.compute-1.amazonaws.com
In this issue: -Category EF-3 tornado results in major damage -Staying safe over spring break -New Barbie doll encourages diversity -51 years after Civil Rights March in Selma -Third annual Pensacon -Memorial to David Bowie -Humans of PSC http://issuu.com/thecorsairpsc/docs/marchissue2016pdf__2_?workerAddress=ec2-107-23-51-164.compute-1.amazonaws.com
In this issue: -Expanded cybersecurity program at PSC -Proposed bills might allow guns on campuses -Voter registration deadline approaching -New vending machines disappoint students -Valentine’s Day movie reviews & date suggestions -PSC professor receives successful kidney transplant -Humans of PSC http://issuu.com/thecorsairpsc/docs/februaryissue2016pdf?workerAddress=ec2-54-165-72-244.compute-1.amazonaws.com
In this issue: -Local food truck, Nomadic Eats -New vending machine options at PSC -Institute for Human and Machine Cognition -PSC Spanish teacher retires after 40 years -Stress Less Week -PALS program -Updated Student Government Association -Humans of PSC http://issuu.com/thecorsairpsc/docs/januaryissue2015pdf?workerAddress=ec2-54-152-111-37.compute-1.amazonaws.com
In this issue: -PSC faculty safety training -Concealed firearms on college campuses -Advice for final exams -PSC student goes from office worker to metal worker -PSC production of Young Frankenstein -Humans of PSC http://issuu.com/thecorsairpsc/docs/novemberissue2015pdf?workerAddress=ec2-54-175-59-233.compute-1.amazonaws.com
In this issue: -Haunted house etiquette -New performance-based funding -PSC jazz band -PSC on the forefront of 3D printing -Halloween reviews http://issuu.com/thecorsairpsc/docs/octoberissue2015pdf?workerAddress=ec2-54-164-39-113.compute-1.amazonaws.com
In this issue: -National Suicide Prevention Month -PSC participates in Northwest Florida Heart Walk -Volunteer Column: Health and Hope Clinic -Health Column: Yerba Mate Tea -Reader Responses -Humans of PSC https://issuu.com/thecorsairpsc/docs/septemberissue2015
By Kelli Green On March 7th, 1965, several men, women and children in Selma, AL began their march to the state capitol in Montgomery. The black citizens of Selma had grown weary over the treatment they were receiving at the voting polls. Just a month earlier, a 26-year-old deacon by the name of Jimmie Lee...