Month: January 2017

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The woman who turned the world on with her smile.
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The woman who turned the world on with her smile.

By: Nahomi Sanchez Mary Tyler Moore, a beloved actress, has passed away at 80 on January 25, 2017. Mary Tyler Moore was an inspirational actress during her time. Born in Brooklyn Heights on December 29, 1936 she lived with her mother and father, and 3 siblings. Wanting to pursue a career in acting at a...

Lady Pirates Bounce Back
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Lady Pirates Bounce Back

By: James Phillips January 29, 2017 With a great team effort the 14th ranked Lady Pirates were able to take down the 18th ranked Northwest Florida State Raiders, 83-75 in an exciting overtime win. Five different players registered points in double figures for the Lady Pirates as they were able to earn their second conference...

Free Counseling on Campus
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Free Counseling on Campus

By: Jennifer Brandon College students are faced with stress in the form anxiety, depression, drug/alcohol addictions and eating disorders. Some come to school with pre-existing mental illness or have suicidal ideations, etc. No matter the case, the number of college students needing professional guidance around the country for mental illness related problems are rising. Student...

Club Profiles (January Issue)
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Club Profiles (January Issue)

By: Minnie-Lee Bush Illustrations by: Tracey Squaire Getting involved in campus life is hard in a community college setting. PSC has a multitude of clubs available to students in many different and diverse areas of interest. If a student does not find a club they are interested in, they have the opportunity to make their...

Yoga poses to aid stress relief
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Yoga poses to aid stress relief

Step by step guide to yoga relaxation By Melanie Catches Illustrations By Katelyn Bailey Every student experiences some form of stress, but not every student knows how to relieve this stress. Exercise can be a big help when it comes to stress reduction, and yoga is a great exercise to achieve this. The deep breathing,...

Keeping STEM alive: growing minds, and the future.
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Keeping STEM alive: growing minds, and the future.

By: Katelyn Bailey With our whole world fueled by technological innovation, one would think people would be all over the idea of seeking a degree where all the money and benefits are, and that field is computer science. Last year however only about 43,000 students graduated with a degree in Computer Science to fill the...

Get informed, take action, make a difference
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Get informed, take action, make a difference

How to live a greener life By Sarah Richards Artwork By Katelyn Bailey Environmentalism isn’t just for hippies or millennials, and one doesn’t have to be as wealthy as Ed Begley Jr. to make positive change. With every environmental crisis (like the BP oil spill, for example) people are becoming more aware of their environmental...

Stay healthy; Fight the flu before it invades you
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Stay healthy; Fight the flu before it invades you

Five tips to prevent sickness before it happens By Sierra Sellers Illustrations By Katherine Chen It’s that time of year again. The dreaded flu season is upon us. Some less fortunate souls can take practically every precaution in the books to avoid getting sick, but still succumb to every little virus. If you are one...

Stress,False Hopes,Banannas
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Stress,False Hopes,Banannas

How predatory groups target vulnerable students By Kelli Green In 1978, on November 18th more than 900 Americans died in Jonestown, a settlement in  Guyana, South America under the leadership and influence of Reverend Jim Jones. It was the largest unnatural loss of American lives before 9/11. A majority of the people that died were...