Month: December 2017

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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...

Artist Spotlight: Bara’ah Jaraiseh
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Artist Spotlight: Bara’ah Jaraiseh

By Sean Minton Photos are created through light and exposure, but Bara’ah Jaraiseh uses her camera to bring to life what she sees in her imagination. Jaraiseh is a graphic designer at Pensacola State College who is finishing up her degree in the fall of 2017. Jaraiseh stays busy between work and school but manages...

A Game of Bones, Florida is Coming
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A Game of Bones, Florida is Coming

By Jay Phillips I’m sure you’ve all seen or at least heard of the world-famous television show called “Game of Thrones,” but what most people don’t seem to know is that the show has a huge concept that wouldn’t be around if it wasn’t for the state of Florida. One of the bigger concepts is...

Uplift with this end of the year playlist
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Uplift with this end of the year playlist

By Minnie-Lee Bush Life would not be what it is if it did not have its ups and downs. Musical artists from all over the world use music as an outlet to reflect on the setbacks and to inspire others to move on and learn from mistakes.This playlist is made of songs that are here...

The Breakdown: Mother vs. Rosemary
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The Breakdown: Mother vs. Rosemary

By Sean Minton After the release of “Mother!” (2017) directed by Darren Aronofsky, many have speculated that they have seen a film too similar to Aronofsky’s, “Rosemary’s Baby,” (1968) directed by Roman Polanski. Critics accuse Aronofsky of plagiarism stating that the films are identical. Even one of the movie posters featuring “Mother!” looks as if...