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Festival of Flowers

by Enrique Viveros The 17th annual Emerald Coast Flower and Garden Festival was held on April 9th through April 11th. This event was not held last year due to the COVID-19. However, this year has been busiest yet even with the rocky start of the weather on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday it was sunny...

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PSC softball is on top at conference

by Enrique Viveros On April 19th, the softball team received a championship win in the Panhandle Conference against Chipola College. Assistant softball coach Caroline Powell said about the matchup, “The team fought very hard to secure the Championship. We faced a lot of adversity as we played the final 11 conference games without two of...

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Swift re-records 2008’s Fearless

by Enrique Viveros On the evening of April 9th Swifties were excited to relieve their middle or high school memories with a re-recorded album named Fearless (Taylor’s Version). Swift is re-recording Fearless and five more albums with her team. Her previous music label Big Machine Records, and music manager Scooter Braun bought the master recordings...

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Art departments welcomes Alaina Plowdrey

Alaina Plowdrey is the new department head for the Visual Arts building. Dr. Plowdrey is a contemporary figure painter. Has an M.F.A. in Painting from the New York Academy of Art. She is completing a Ph.D. in Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Art Theory from the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts in Portland, Maine....

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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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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...

Lewallyn and Angus to take helm as PSC’s Athletic Directors.
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Lewallyn and Angus to take helm as PSC’s Athletic Directors.

Head baseball coach Bryan Lewallyn and Head softball coach Lyndsey Angus were named with the athletic director and assistant athletic director responsible for PSC athletics at a press conference Wednesday, January 20. PSC’s President, Dr.Ed Meadows, highly recommended Lewallyn and Angus for the positions.  Meadows said.“He has shown an incredible ability to lead since he...

PSC welcomes Dog-tor Rudy
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PSC welcomes Dog-tor Rudy

Pensacola State College’s Wellness Services welcomes Rudy the VIII, a two-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever.  Rudy will provide help and ensure mental well-being for students who are facing challenges that might affect their academic performance and will provide a sense of safety.  He assists handler Brittney Clark during her work as a mental health coordinator by...