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PSC’s Got Talent!
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PSC’s Got Talent!

By Sarah Richards Eleven contestants participated in PSC’s Got Talent!, sponsored by Student Activities and put on by the Assistant Coordinator of Student Engagement & Leadership, Jessi Brown. Abigail Bott won first place for her rendition of “I’d Rather Be Me” (featured in the original Broadway cast of Mean Girls, sang by Barrett Wilbert Weed)....

Day of Caring
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Day of Caring

By Shannon Baldree As a brand new nursing student, my brain is typically focused on one of two thoughts: What day of the week is it? Or what’s going to be on our next exam? I can usually answer both of those questions despite my recent lack of sleep. Today was Friday, and we didn’t...

Speak up, vote, voice your opinion
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Speak up, vote, voice your opinion

Floridians have an important decision to make this November when they head to the polls, and it’s not just to elect the state’s governor. If you choose, you can restore a felon’s right to vote. The Voting Restoration Amendment, which will be amendment number 4 on the ballot, will give voters the chance to decide...

When comic meets tragic:  Funny girl brightens PSC campus
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When comic meets tragic:  Funny girl brightens PSC campus

By Sarah Richards            Leanna Conley’s advice to those who want to be humorists, whether in stand-up or sitting behind a desk, is “self-awareness…to be humorous, tell the truth, know yourself, and don’t worry about being funny.  It will flow if you be honest about your story.”            For author, humorist, and stand-up comic Conley,...

Improve health, wellness, with Fitt and Well Club
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Improve health, wellness, with Fitt and Well Club

By Rachel Giordano           Pensacola State College (PSC) offers more than just classrooms, studying and homework. It offers fitness and wellness, too, if you’re willing to have fun.           The Fitt and Well Club at PSC is sponsoring a new activity called “Tuesdays at 2, Try Something New.” It gives students...

Lydia Loveless serenades Lyceum
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Lydia Loveless serenades Lyceum

By Rachel Giordano “For my first act, I will tune my guitar. Always fun. Sounds cooler when violinists do it,” said Lydia Loveless as she took the stage at the Lyceum at Pensacola State College (PSC) on Friday, September 28. Loveless is a 28-year-old singer-songwriter from Columbus, Ohio. Her cool, soothing voice and calm demeanor...

The old geezer:  We were lucky
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The old geezer:  We were lucky

By Rachel Giordano On Sunday, Oct. 7th, the Panhandle was informed of a tropical storm brewing out in the Gulf. Like so many storms before, some were not worried. Hurricane Michael turned out to be Hurricane Ivan’s bigger and stronger brother, and the people of Pensacola got extremely lucky, only they did not know it...

Robinson Scholar learns life experience in Costa Rica
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Robinson Scholar learns life experience in Costa Rica

By Sarah Richards Angelina ate termites and loved it. They were in the National Park, where they found a tree covered with them. She grabbed a couple of handfuls and they were “very leafy and fresh-tasting.” They were also alive. Being a Robinson Scholar isn’t just an honor, but an experience for Angelina Simmons, general...