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Pensacola State hosts open-mic for student poetry
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Pensacola State hosts open-mic for student poetry

by Arda Johnson Students and staff share their creativity in poetry at the Edward M. Chadbourne Library in the upstairs lobby of Pensacola State College (PSC) on November 3rd. According to Mike Will, an instructor at PSC, the English, and Communications department presumably set up the Student Open Mic Poetry event.  For creative students like...

MHA travels worldwide in new movie
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MHA travels worldwide in new movie

by Sebastian Gordon My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission was released on October 29th, 2021, in the United States and Canada. BONES and Funimation produced the movie. It has a runtime of one hour and forty-one minutes.  World Heroes Mission is available to watch in both dub and sub theaters. It has an 80% on...

Ricky Montgomery faces trauma in Sorry for Me
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Ricky Montgomery faces trauma in Sorry for Me

By Sebastian Gordon Ricky Montgomery is an American Indie pop musician and songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. He currently has twenty-two released songs across the span of eight albums.  On October 15th, 2021, Montgomery released “Sorry for Me.” Along with this new song, he posted a music video on his YouTube channel. Many listeners...

Squid Game swims to surface and goes for gold
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Squid Game swims to surface and goes for gold

by Sebastian Gordon Squid Games is a new Korean drama/thriller/action fiction that was released to Netflix on September 17th, 2021. The director of Squid Games, Hwang Dong-hyuk, has directed many other hits. These include: Our Sad Life, A Puff of Smoke, Heaven & Hell, Desperation, Miracle Mile, My Father, Silenced (film), Miss Granny, and The...

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Community activists fight to save historic tree

by Sebastian Gordon Recently, the largest measured and recorded Heritage Oak Tree in Escambia County has been placed under attack. The Development Review Committee approved it to be cut down to expand the A+ Storage facility on 6155 N. Palafox Street.  The tree sits at the back of a .56 acre vacant lot recently purchased...

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PSC hosts community memorial during 9/11

by Sebastian Gordon PSC hosted “Freedom Quest”, an event marking the 20 years since the World Trade Center Attack on September 11th, 2021. This event was held in memory of the 2,996 individuals who died. It also honored the military members who have died as a direct response to this attack.   The occasion celebrated America...

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PSC supports suicide prevention month

by Sebastian Gordon September is Suicide Prevention Month. All month, many events will be taking place to raise awareness for suicide prevention.  The overall suicide rate in the U.S. has increased by 35% since 1999. Promoting healing, helping others, and giving hope are essential to preventing suicide.  September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day. This...

Cedric Burnside’s blues rocks Ashmore
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Cedric Burnside’s blues rocks Ashmore

by Arda Johnson & Enrique Viveros PSC’s Lyceum event started September 23 in the Ashmore auditorium with musical performances by blues musician Cedric Burnside. The event was held at 7:30pm on a Thursday night, and many—including students cramming essays and adults working 9-5—took some time out of their day to attend the event and enjoy...

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PSC pitcher drafted by Kansas City Royals

by Sebastian Gordon During the summer, PSC pitcher Patrick Halligan (#35) was drafted in the thirteenth round to train and play with Kansas City’s baseball team, Kansas City Royals. Halligan is currently a twenty-one-year-old 6’6 sophomore at PSC. Throughout his baseball career, Halligan has been very successful. In high school, Halligan played baseball for all...