Month: March 2021

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Minimum wage increase crucial

Deep within the cavernous halls of the U.S. Capitol, a fierce debate is currently brewing. Every member of government is preparing to toss around responsibility as though it were a basketball. Unfortunately, it seems a slam dunk is unlikely, and with who is holding the ball, it would appear it is instead headed for the...

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Breaking news celebrity endorsed food is still just food

As far back as the mid-90s, the food and drink industry has used popular celebrities to peddle new menu items. The most recent addition was a brand of Oreo’s themed after Lady Gaga’s new album Chromatica. If you haven’t had an Oreo, the contents are pretty simple; you get two chocolate cookies with some cream...

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Bernie Sanders a hipster in disguise

Bernie Sanders is once again a hot topic of conversation and not just for his rollout of aggressive new economic policies in Congress. For many individuals, the mention of his name currently brings to mind an image of a crotchety older man sitting with his arms crossed, wearing fashionable mittens and a warm fluffy coat....

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Nintendo Delivers Again: Bowser’s Fury Delights

Bowser’s Fury continues Nintendo’s track record of crafting excellent games from simplistic skeletons. Its only recognizable flaw is the relatively short length compared to Mario’s other outings.  If you were wondering if Super Mario 3D World is worth buying a second time for Bowser’s Fury alone, the answer is yes. Bowser’s Fury is a fantastic...

PSCFA protest against board’s in person class decision
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PSCFA protest against board’s in person class decision

Faculty Members in the Pensacola State College Faculty Association (PSCFA) Union, along with supporters, performed a protest parade of vehicles at the PSC Warrington Campus before the PSC board of trustees meeting took place February 16.  Union President Deborah McClintock led the rally and was joined by United Faculty of Florida President Karen Morian, who...

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Zuzu acrobats dazzle audiences via Zoom

Direct from Dar Es Salaam’s outskirt suburbs in Tanzania, streamed live through the magic of Zoom, the famed Zuzu African Acrobats came to PSC.  In celebration of Black History Month, the Pensacola State Black History/Multicultural Committee, February 19, presented the colorful spectacle of acrobatics, juggling, and dance.  Dressed in lively green, yellow, and blue, their...

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A comedy of errors: My audition experience for PSC Got Talent

I’ve attended the PSC Got Talent competition for the past two years as a writer, I’m not sure how it worked out this way, but it did. This year, I’ve come into quite a bit of free time, so I made the conscious effort to audition for the competition. Wouldn’t you know, the craziest thing...

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Addy Awards go digital

The American Advertising Federation of Pensacola (AAF) hosted their annual American Advertisement Award or Addy Gala Friday, February 26th. However, this years’ gala was different; amidst COVID-19 and social distancing, this event was held online. Professionals and students gathered in front of their computer screens and watched. Pensacola State College took home three judges’ choice...

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Bryan Terell Clark inspires students

On Wednesday, February 10th, Broadway singer, actor, and the co-founder of a non-profit organization called inDEFINED, Bryan Terrel Clark, and the Lyceum series hosted a motivational event to PSC via Zoom. He is most notable for his appearance as George Washington in the Broadway hit Hamilton. His mother is a pastor, and she would always...

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JobX offers PSC students local jobs

Over the last fall semester, Pensacola State College added a new feature to their website: the JobX Board, which would hope to introduce job-hungry students and alumni to local businesses hoping to hire responsible adults who are currently in the process of earning a higher education.  The move is a refreshing step in the right...