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Film comes to the classroom

admin July 26, 2012 0

Rebecca Byers The Corsair Movies are a great pastime to go see, but imagine getting to watch movies and review them in the classroom. Stacey Albaugh, instructor in the English and Communication department will

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Be Sure To…

admin July 26, 2012 0

Isaiah Grant The Corsair This is for all high school graduates who plan on attending an institute of higher learning. As soon as you are enrolled at a college or university, you must seize

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Remembering Alan Poindexter 1961-2012

Remembering Alan Poindexter 1961-2012

admin July 11, 2012 0

Stories, video and photos of NASA astronaut and alumnus Alan Poindexter's two space shuttle missions

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College escapes damage from June flood

admin July 11, 2012 0

Danielle Provau The Corsair Pensacola State College escaped with only cosmetic damage from the flood June 10. Pensacola received 13 inches of rain on the Pensacola Campus and a record 23 inches at Warrington Campus.

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Time is short to register to vote

Time is short to register to vote

admin July 3, 2012 0

If you aren’t registered to vote yet, you only have a couple of weeks to do so before the primary. The registration deadline falls 29 days before the election: July 16 for the August

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My Mid-June

My Mid-June

admin June 22, 2012 0

Isaiah Grant The Corsair On the date I am writing this, June 19th, a Union general in Galveston, Texas made a declaration that all slaves in Texas were emancipated, or set free. Today, many

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Selfish Souls

Selfish Souls

admin June 14, 2012 0

Isaiah Grant The Corsair Say summertime is approaching and you decide to go job hunting to pay off your student loans, the rent, the car note, etc.; you land a job and you make

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Student Veteran Group Places Flags

Student Veteran Group Places Flags

admin May 24, 2012 0

From Staff Reports The Pensacola State Student Veteran Association placed miniature American flags graced with yellow ribbons along the college entrance at College Blvd. and 9th Ave. in honor of Memorial Day, May 28.

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FLORIDA VIRTUAL SCHOOL: Is it the future of education in Florida?

admin May 21, 2012 12

Regina Girdner. The Corsair. Virtual schools are getting mixed reviews from students and traditional high school teachers.  Now every Florida high school student must take at least one online course to graduate. “I took

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Tidal Wave: Why Books Are Solid Ground in the Sea of Cyber Chaos

admin May 21, 2012 1

The following won first place in the Expository/Argumentative Essay division of the Walter Spara Writing Contest sponsored by the Department of English and Communications in the spring semester, 2012.  Hunter Brown  Tidal Wave: Why

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