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Belarmino finds familiarity as head volleyball coach
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Belarmino finds familiarity as head volleyball coach

By Barron Demons      The Pirates say farewell to outgoing coach Chris Laird and welcomes in Jennifer Belarmino.      Belarmino officially took over as head coach in April and is a graduate from Ball State University. Before her coaching career, Belarmino served as a fund raiser for organizations such as the American Heart Association...

Student activists use social media
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Student activists use social media

In the midst of the midterm elections and various growing movements with America’s youth at the forefront, Pensacola State College (PSC) students are certainly not exempt. Social media has allowed students to stand their ground and create their own page in history. The women’s suffrage movement began in 1848, and its purpose was to educate...

Teacher encourages social activism
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Teacher encourages social activism

By Sparrow Butler Do you really know what it means to be a social activist? The growth of social media, fake news, and biased opinions integrating journalism is changing the way many people view social activism. This misunderstanding makes some students skeptical about being actively involved in their communities, and politics in general. However, social...

Student Nurses’ Association thrives at Warrington Campus
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Student Nurses’ Association thrives at Warrington Campus

By Rachel Giordano National Nurses Week, which runs from May 6 to May 12, is a time to acknowledge the hard work and dedication it takes to become a nurse. Nurses contribute enormously to society, but the heavy load and stress that comes with schooling can be challenging. However, the Student Nurses’ Association (SNA) offers...