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International Festival hosts food, facts, fashion show

International Festival hosts food, facts, fashion show

  By Jay Pham Students and faculty took part in the first ever Pensacola State College International Festival, representing a variety of cultures by designing information boards, cooking native d ...

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11th Annual Pumpkin Patch Festival

11th Annual Pumpkin Patch Festival

PSC alumni, students glass blow at First City Art Center event By Alex Naselius First City Art Center’s (FCAC) 11th annual Pumpkin Patch turned the art workshop into a dazzling display of colorful gla ...

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Club Spotlight-  SGA Presents:

Club Spotlight- SGA Presents:

Student Government Association By Haley M. Schipper Student Government is a group of students who help plan and organize activities and events for the student body. SGA is your voice to the administra ...

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Freshen Up with Low Prices: Cosmetic Arts Salon at PSC

Freshen Up with Low Prices: Cosmetic Arts Salon at PSC

By Sean Minton The simplest way to ruin a morning is when hair fails to cooperate; it can frustrate some to the point of ruining the rest of their day. No need to fret though, for the Pensacola State ...

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Tear logic apart with the philosophy club

Tear logic apart with the philosophy club

By Sarah Richards The Philosophy Club isn’t just a bunch of dusty old philosophers sitting around, discussing abstract ideas that don’t apply to everyday life, but are made up of students, still figur ...

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Bring excitement back into school

Bring excitement back into school

Continuing Education breaks classroom standards By Jay Pham Students hear about the English, Math, and Humanities departments as they traverse through Pensacola State College. But have you ever heard ...

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A nation, a knee, a problem

A nation, a knee, a problem

By Chris Sharp “The land of the free and the home of the brave” has become more than just a line from the “Star-Spangled Banner.” Our national anthem has become the American slogan. Recently, a disput ...

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Student Voice: Suggestion to avoid high textbook prices

Student Voice: Suggestion to avoid high textbook prices

By Harry Drasutis When it comes to textbooks, it’s a money game. If you're lucky, you'll average spending $100 per textbook. Some textbooks can be over $300. In some cases, it is possible for the stud ...

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We are not in High School anymore

We are not in High School anymore

By Minnie-Lee Bush The transition from high school to college is not easy. I’m sure everyone will hear that repeatedly. Turns out most of the time, they’re wrong. It is not the transition- it's dealin ...

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All aboard the Ehr-force

All aboard the Ehr-force

Phil Ehr is set to give Florida’s 1st Congressional District a reason to go blue. By Jay Phillips Florida’s first congressional district spans from Florida’s westernmost border to Walton County. The d ...

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