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Artist Spotlight
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Artist Spotlight

Life After Art with Elise Lampert By Sean Minton Everyone needs an outlet relating to their passions. Whether it is from writing poetry or interpretive dancing, expression into art helps those who are stressed about work or school enter a realm catered to their liking. For art major Elise Lampert, her outlet is through graphic...

The Breakdown: Stephen King’s IT
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The Breakdown: Stephen King’s IT

By: Jennifer Brandon An entire generation of children faced coulrophobia: an abnormal fear of clowns. This happened after the 1990 miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s book, “It: A Novel,” aired for the first time on ABC. Many young viewers never looked at clowns, or sewer grates, the same. Stephen King has often been called the...

Four films to Netflix and thrill
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Four films to Netflix and thrill

By Sean Minton Grab some snacks on Halloween and watch one of these four horror films on Netflix. Although there are classics like “Jaws” and “Hellraiser” on the streaming site, these movies further extend the genre, but also appeal to current audiences. Creep (2015) Since “The Blair Witch Project” was released in 1999, found-footage horror...

Learn the price; think twice
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Learn the price; think twice

Students learn financial literacy through Money Matters By: Jennifer Brandon Pensacola State College (PSC) has had the Financial Literacy Committee since 2010. The committee started with a small group of faculty and staff, concerned about the financial hardships students face, specifically their absence of knowledge when it came to financial matters. The committee has since...

Senate bill targets local beaches
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Senate bill targets local beaches

Editorial By Jay Phillips Recently, our state’s Senators have shown support for Senate Bill 1073, which covers a tricky problem that has been deemed double-taxation. This bill could have a largely negative impact for both Pensacola Beach and Navarre Beach and could cause drastic changes to the beaches we have all come to love. The...

Back To School Playlist
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Back To School Playlist

By Sean Minton Now that school has started it’s not too late to keep that summer spirit. This playlist is filled with nine songs to get everyone back into the groove of school and work. “Sorry Not Sorry” – Demi Lovato Demi Lovato has a message for the haters from her long-awaited single since her...

Utilize Canvas for students’ benefit
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Utilize Canvas for students’ benefit

Editorial Canvas (eLearning) is is a platform known for making students’ lives a little more organized. The program makes it easy to keep up with our assignments and grades as well as keeping in contact with our fellow classmates and instructors. The best part? It’s free. Canvas is used for all PSC’s online classes but...

Conversations: Deeper than skin
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Conversations: Deeper than skin

  America, it’s time to talk and understand one another By Travis Hajenga University of West Florida’s Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) member, Dr. Keya Wiggins, recently led a presentation on The Current State of Black America: Insights from an African-American Psychologist. The discussion focused on the state of the African -American psyche and stereotypes....

Addams Family Musical
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Addams Family Musical

By Sarah Richards To start off the Halloween season, Pensacola State College will present “The Addams Family Musical.” However, with this interpretation, it will be the crazy and campy family all grown up. Dr. Whatley, Director of Theatre, says, of this incarnation, “There are some new characters, such as Wednesday’s fiancé and his family, and...