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Freshen Up with Low Prices: Cosmetic Arts Salon at PSC
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Freshen Up with Low Prices: Cosmetic Arts Salon at PSC

By Sean Minton The simplest way to ruin a morning is when hair fails to cooperate; it can frustrate some to the point of ruining the rest of their day. No need to fret though, for the Pensacola State College (PSC) Cosmetology Department hosts a salon for students, teachers and the community to help fix...

Tear logic apart with the philosophy club
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Tear logic apart with the philosophy club

By Sarah Richards The Philosophy Club isn’t just a bunch of dusty old philosophers sitting around, discussing abstract ideas that don’t apply to everyday life, but are made up of students, still figuring it all out—students whose participation extends beyond the classroom. Such activities include the United Way Day of Caring. In past years, the...

Bring excitement back into school
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Bring excitement back into school

Continuing Education breaks classroom standards By Jay Pham Students hear about the English, Math, and Humanities departments as they traverse through Pensacola State College. But have you ever heard of the “fun department?” “People have referred to this department as being the fun department because of all the fun and recreational programs,” Continuing Education (CE)...

A nation, a knee, a problem
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A nation, a knee, a problem

By Chris Sharp “The land of the free and the home of the brave” has become more than just a line from the “Star-Spangled Banner.” Our national anthem has become the American slogan. Recently, a dispute regarding football players taking a knee during the pledge has been ignited by the peaceful protest of police brutality...