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Life of a Student Athlete
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Life of a Student Athlete

By Serena Robinson COVID-19 has been an ongoing problem all over the world. Specifically, the impact on sports today has been significant.  At Pensacola State College (PSC), the impact of COVID-19 on student-athletes on campus has been evident. This pandemic is affecting everyone but for student-athletes like women’s basketball team member,  Jade Hill, the pandemic...

Love & COVID: Finding Companionship During Quarantine.
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Love & COVID: Finding Companionship During Quarantine.

By Crystal Duc Amidst our drastically changing world, do love and happy endings still exist? At the end of another dreary and lonely day of quarantine, while I cook my dinner to the sound of the evening news, I find myself wishing for a companion. As much as I try to convince myself otherwise, I...

Give teachers a choice in classroom format
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Give teachers a choice in classroom format

The faculty at Pensacola State College (PSC) will be required to teach a minimum of two face-to-face classes this upcoming spring semester despite U.S. cases of COVID-19 reaching an all-time high. Pensacola State College (PSC), for what it’s worth, has done an overall good job with regards to COVID. The school handled in-person classes safely,...