Month: January 2018

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PSC instructors extend teaching outside of classroom
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PSC instructors extend teaching outside of classroom

By Jay Pham Students of Pensacola State College (PSC) are fortunate to have instructors that engage the students and are willing to go the extra mile to engage with the community. PSC instructors Amber Carey and Andrew Barbero, along with four other participants, presented at the innovative PechaKucha (PKN) Volume 11 event held at First...

Hurricane Review dazzles in white
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Hurricane Review dazzles in white

Student editors help renowned poets shine By Sarah Richards Hurricane Review, Pensacola State College’s national, annual literary arts journal, made it s dazzling debut No v. 30th, in the Anna Lamar Switzer building. Jamey Jones, Northwest Florida Poet Laureate and Literature professor, along with the rest of the Hurricane staff, decided to go the minimalist...

PSC student work displayed at PNAS
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PSC student work displayed at PNAS

Graphic design seniors open exhibit of WWI inspired pieces By Georgana Hess The 2017 Pensacola State College Bachelor of Applied Science Graphic Design graduating class has opened a new exhibit at the Pensacola Naval Aviation Museum at PNAS. The exhibit features graphic design art from the seniors in the program. Mark Hopkins asks his students...

eLearning attack
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eLearning attack

Canvas policy receives criticism from students EDITORIAL Pensacola State College’s (PSC’s) eLearning department implemented a new policy for the fall semester denying students access to Canvas until completing evaluations for each of their instructors. Due to the complications that could arise from this, many students are not pleased with the new policy. The logistics behind...

Editor’s Farewell
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Editor’s Farewell

By Minnie-Lee Bush When I went to orientation on a chilly December morning in 2016, I had no idea what my future would be at PSC. Now that I am graduating, I can happily say it was one of the best decisions I have ever made. In high school, I was the awkward kid who...

Investigating the investigation
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Investigating the investigation

Rep. Gaetz introduces anti-Robert Mueller bill, asks for special counsel resignation By Jay Phillips Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida’s District-1 introduced a bill on Nov. 3 calling for the resignation of Special Counsel head Robert Mueller due to his alleged lack of intervention in the 2010 Uranium One Deal. This deal allowed a Russian based...

Medical Marijuana
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Medical Marijuana

PSC student finds alternative for pain management By Becca Carlson Since her diagnosis of ankylosing spondylitis (AS) ten years ago, aspiring model and actress Cecelia Kuhn fights to maintain a sense of normalcy while managing pain levels that would bring Superman to his knees. Every day is a mix of pain and stiffness for the...

STEMming with the Tide: From Elsewhere to Healthcare
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STEMming with the Tide: From Elsewhere to Healthcare

By Sarah Richards Many students that choose to attend community college do so to figure out what it is they want to do. If one is following the money, they often follow the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) path, which more and more women are pursuing. For Pensacola State College students, Melissa Carroll and...

Annual pow wow in Atmore
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Annual pow wow in Atmore

Poarch Creek Tribe hosts show of color, culture for Thanksgiving By Joshua Olson The Poarch Band of Creek Indians held their annual Thanksgiving Pow Wow in Atmore, Alabama Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23 and 24, opening the reservation to the public for the 47th time. The Thanksgiving Pow Wow, which began in 1971 as an...