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App Review: Sunshine
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App Review: Sunshine

By Tracey Squaire Have you ever wished you could plan the perfect outfit to wear so that you would be comfortable all day, no matter the turn the weather took? Well, the Sunshine app assists you in doing exactly that. Sunshine is a weather app that remembers what you tell it about the weather. Say...

Netflix Review: Shameless
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Netflix Review: Shameless

By Katelyn Bailey Nowadays, it’s complicated to find a slice of life TV show that’s intriguing enough to keep you wanting to watch episode after episode and still keep you on the edge of your seat.  Most dramedies are tacky or really generic. The ends are predictable and they feel borderline not realistic because, let’s...

Netflix Review: “Hush”
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Netflix Review: “Hush”

By Arieann Pettway “Hush” is a suspense/thriller movie directed by Mike Flanagan. Kate Siegel stars  as Maddie. The movie is what one would call a lesson learned movie. Trouble for Maddie starts one day when she’s home alone and notices picture messages from her own phone popping up on her computer. Though the main character,...

You can make a difference: Volunteer in your community
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You can make a difference: Volunteer in your community

  Habitat for Humanity: Hands needed, tools optional By Sarah Richards Pensacola Habitat for Humanity builds energy efficient, quality homes and sells them to eligible families in need of affordable housing at cost with a no-interest loan. The homes aren’t given away, but neither does the organization turn a profit on them, as mortgage payments...

Cosmetology students give recyclables new life on runway
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Cosmetology students give recyclables new life on runway

By Becca Carlson Models sashayed across the stage of the Hagler Auditorium sporting the Cosmetology department’s best recycled materials creations. Nearly 60 Pensacola State College students delighted audiences with their designs on November 11th, 2016. Students from Pensacola, Milton and Century Center campuses participated in this year’s Fall Fashion Show. Trash bags, toilet paper rolls,...

Student success: Tips on surviving college
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Student success: Tips on surviving college

              How to stay committed to new goals By Tracey Squaire It’s the start of a new year which is a time when people are ready for changes. It’s a time when people make promises to themselves, but it’s also a time when many people make promises they know...

Islamophobia is alive in America
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Islamophobia is alive in America

Students reveal what the media doesn’t show about Muslim Americans By Sean Minton Alaa Ibrahim spends most of her free time at school socializing and relaxing with her friends in the Student Center. Never could she have thought that her peaceful time could turn into a battleground of hate. Ibrahim is like any other teenager...