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Was Bayonetta a subversive feminist masterpiece all along?

by Matthew Ingram Ok hear me out on this. Platinum Games’ 2009 cult classic Bayonetta has been criticized ever since its release for the overly stimulating design of its title character. Bayonetta dresses in a skin-tight outfit, poses sexually in cutscenes, defeats bosses with a “climax” finishing move, and attacks by removing her clothes (there’s...

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Talented PSC students shine through Covid

by Nik Randall The 3rd Annual PSC’s Got Talent Show was produced by Pensacola State College’s Office of Student Engagement and Leadership and provided an evening filled with entertainment for students, faculty, and other special guests in attendance for the exciting event on February 19.  The talent show was hosted by Keyaundra Mobley, the President...

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Togetherall service launches at PSC

by Sebastian Gordon A new mental health service called Togetherall has been introduced to Pensacola State College (PSC). The service is free to all students and staff members of PSC and is available as of. PSC members can access the platform on several devices, including a phone, computer, or tablet. Dr. Lynsey Listau, the director...

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For the People Act must be passed to protect democracy

32nd President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, once said, “Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting.” As it was then, so it is now. For the past few years, some individuals...

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Ashmore delights with Six Characters

by Noah McCarthy Students and faculty were treated to a performance of Luigi Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author on March 5. The play was adapted by Pensacola State’s own Dr. Rodney Whatley and performed by the PSC Performing Arts Department students.  The play tells the harrowing, witty, and often morbid story of...

PSCFA protest against board’s in person class decision
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PSCFA protest against board’s in person class decision

Faculty Members in the Pensacola State College Faculty Association (PSCFA) Union, along with supporters, performed a protest parade of vehicles at the PSC Warrington Campus before the PSC board of trustees meeting took place February 16.  Union President Deborah McClintock led the rally and was joined by United Faculty of Florida President Karen Morian, who...

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Equality Act must pass

In the coming weeks, the House and Senate will hear debate over the Equality Act, which greatly expands the legal rights of gay, lesbian, and transgender people.  A huge political battle is brewing over this legislation, and over the next few weeks, you’re sure to hear the right throw out all their old talking points...

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Even during COVID-19, art flourishes

By Kevin Thomas With quarantine in full effect for at least eight months now, many people are adjusting to the new normal. People are used to working from home, students have started adjusting to their Zoom meetings, and businesses are opening up albeit relatively hesitantly.  One field that has had an iffy time recovering during...

Life of a Student Athlete
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Life of a Student Athlete

By Serena Robinson COVID-19 has been an ongoing problem all over the world. Specifically, the impact on sports today has been significant.  At Pensacola State College (PSC), the impact of COVID-19 on student-athletes on campus has been evident. This pandemic is affecting everyone but for student-athletes like women’s basketball team member,  Jade Hill, the pandemic...

Give teachers a choice in classroom format
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Give teachers a choice in classroom format

The faculty at Pensacola State College (PSC) will be required to teach a minimum of two face-to-face classes this upcoming spring semester despite U.S. cases of COVID-19 reaching an all-time high. Pensacola State College (PSC), for what it’s worth, has done an overall good job with regards to COVID. The school handled in-person classes safely,...