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PSC instructor hosts solo art show at Artel Gallery
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PSC instructor hosts solo art show at Artel Gallery

  By Jay Pham It was Julie McGrath’s second solo show, yet she entertained guests like she’s been hosting for ages. Her art is mainly fashion inspired with her own twist. “All of my art is off the runway. They’re all very specific from designers that are current,” McGrath said. McGrath had a reception for...

Pensacola welcomes home Gold Medalist sprinter
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Pensacola welcomes home Gold Medalist sprinter

By Barron Demons From Woodham High School to the Olympic Games, Justin Gatlin reveals his journey to capture the gold medal, beating the legendary Usain Bolt. Seville Quarters had the privilege of welcoming home the champion. Gatlin took pictures with friends and family before he took the podium to speak about how he was able...

From PSC to the Final Four
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From PSC to the Final Four

By Jay Phillips Former Pensacola State College-star Hassani Gravett and his fellow South Carolina Gamecock teammates are cocky for a reason after coming off their school’s most memorable season ever. This past March, the University of South Carolina’s Men’s Basketball team put together one of the most miraculous Cinderella Stories of all time reaching college...

Humans of PSC November/ December 2017
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Humans of PSC November/ December 2017

Robert Aldridge General Studies Major Any plans for Fall Break? Not yet. Maybe going back home to Mississippi. Any plans for next semester? I’m planning on taking afternoon classes. Something along those lines. Are you nervous for finals? No. My classes are pretty easy. Anything interesting to tell us about yourself? I don’t think so....

Hinds handles head coaching
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Hinds handles head coaching

Jay Phillips Pensacola State College (PSC) has a long tradition of winning athletic contests, no matter what the sport or location. Recently, PSC’s alumni dominance has been expanded, courtesy of current Niceville Volleyball Head Coach and former PSC-standout, Karson Hinds. Hinds was a do-it-all at PSC under Head Coach Chris Laird. Laird explained that she...

Stress less, find happiness
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Stress less, find happiness

By Becca Carlson Unless you’re fortunate enough to have received a pass from finals, this week is going to be stressful for Pensacola State College students. Late night cram sessions, early morning cram sessions and ‘round the clock binge studying aren’t exactly great techniques for surviving finals or getting good grades. Taking time out to...

International Festival hosts food, facts, fashion show
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International Festival hosts food, facts, fashion show

  By Jay Pham Students and faculty took part in the first ever Pensacola State College International Festival, representing a variety of cultures by designing information boards, cooking native dishes, and bringing in cultural items to share with everyone. Held on November 29, the multi-club sponsored event promoted the new Robinson Honors Program and was...

11th Annual Pumpkin Patch Festival
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11th Annual Pumpkin Patch Festival

PSC alumni, students glass blow at First City Art Center event By Alex Naselius First City Art Center’s (FCAC) 11th annual Pumpkin Patch turned the art workshop into a dazzling display of colorful glass and ceramic pumpkins for sale. Held Oct. 13-14, the art party also included hors-d’oeuvres, beers from Pensacola Bay Brewery and live music....

Club Spotlight-  SGA Presents:
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Club Spotlight- SGA Presents:

Student Government Association By Haley M. Schipper Student Government is a group of students who help plan and organize activities and events for the student body. SGA is your voice to the administration. They are responsible for not only planning fun events for all students to enjoy but also addressing any major issues the student...