Month: October 2018

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86,400 seconds of fear
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86,400 seconds of fear

By Aleece Jarman           While most people frantically run from disaster, my boyfriend races towards it.           As the girlfriend of a firefighter, I spend every second while he is on duty constantly worried about what could happen.  Hurricane Michael only increased those feelings.           The night of Tuesday, October 10th,...

Top 10 worst horror movies
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Top 10 worst horror movies

          Halloween is the perfect time to watch some horror flicks. However, let’s bring in the movies that you should not watch, but not because they are scary. Oh no, because they are just horrible to watch. Watch these at your leisure because these are terrible. Number 10: “Carrie” (2013)  ...

Club Spotlight:  The African-American Student Association
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Club Spotlight: The African-American Student Association

By Jaylen Boyd           The African -American Student Association(AASA) is part of a larger group. This organization is the Florida African-American Student Association (FAASA).           The group often travels out to institutions where they meet with other regions and their colleges. The fall leadership institution is coming up and the group...

PSC’s Got Talent!
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PSC’s Got Talent!

By Sarah Richards Eleven contestants participated in PSC’s Got Talent!, sponsored by Student Activities and put on by the Assistant Coordinator of Student Engagement & Leadership, Jessi Brown. Abigail Bott won first place for her rendition of “I’d Rather Be Me” (featured in the original Broadway cast of Mean Girls, sang by Barrett Wilbert Weed)....

Day of Caring
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Day of Caring

By Shannon Baldree As a brand new nursing student, my brain is typically focused on one of two thoughts: What day of the week is it? Or what’s going to be on our next exam? I can usually answer both of those questions despite my recent lack of sleep. Today was Friday, and we didn’t...

Speak up, vote, voice your opinion
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Speak up, vote, voice your opinion

Floridians have an important decision to make this November when they head to the polls, and it’s not just to elect the state’s governor. If you choose, you can restore a felon’s right to vote. The Voting Restoration Amendment, which will be amendment number 4 on the ballot, will give voters the chance to decide...

When comic meets tragic:  Funny girl brightens PSC campus
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When comic meets tragic:  Funny girl brightens PSC campus

By Sarah Richards            Leanna Conley’s advice to those who want to be humorists, whether in stand-up or sitting behind a desk, is “self-awareness…to be humorous, tell the truth, know yourself, and don’t worry about being funny.  It will flow if you be honest about your story.”            For author, humorist, and stand-up comic Conley,...