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Merger affects classroom locations starting in spring

Justin Otto The Corsair Students will take classes in history and languages in a different building this spring. The History, Language and Philosophy department is in the process of merging with Behavioral Science in building 14. Because of the merger, faculty are taking on new roles within the campus. History, Languages and Philosophy Department Head...

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Lady Pirate receives FCCAA’s Player of the Week

Gemalie Perez The Corsair Every week Florida’s Community College Activities Association (FCCAA) names one athlete as Player of the week. The player of the week for the second week in November was PJC’s Deanna Allen. “All game stats are reported to FCCAA Scoreboard after each game. The player in Florida with the best stats (points,...

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Wet review

Wade Manns – The Corsair “Wet” developed by Artificial Mind and Movement (A2M) published by Bethesda Softworks rating: Mature, for blood and gore, drug reference, intense violence, sexual content, strong language. Wet is a stylized 70s-style third-person action shooter, complete with film grain on the main playing field, filmstrips intruding upon the gameplay and cutscenes,...

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Pensacola Chamber of Commerce partners with PJC

ASHLEY THOMPSON -The Corsair The Pensacola Area Chamber of Commerce has partnered with PJC to launch the Gulf Coast Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), an online community intended to help new high-tech companies in the area. “PJC provides working space and a supportive environment that will serve as a bridge between the CIE and...

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Adelitas Way come to Pensacola Civic Center

Timm Showalter – The Corsair Shinedown fans attending the show this Friday, Oct. 16, at 7:30 p.m. inside the Civic Center might think they have passed through a time warp back to 1985 when they hear Eddie Murphy’s, “Party All the Time.” Have no fear; this is just the precursor to the rockin’ out Las...

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MewithoutYou’s New Album Utterly Mystifies

Paul Smith – The Corsair “Why not be utterly changed into fire?” asks Aaron Weiss, the lead singer of mewithoutYou, on his band’s fourth studio album, it’s all crazy! it’s all false! it’s all a dream! it’s alright. The question is posed repeatedly at the close to the awesomely epic track, “The King Beetle on...

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PJC student heads local poetry group

Paul Smith – The Corsair It was October of last year; PJC student Patrick Hudson sat alone inside the End of the Line Café waiting for his friend, former PJC student Andrew Gartman, to join him. They were to discuss how, together, they would implement Gartman’s idea for creating a local poetry group. Gartman never...

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“Brutal Legend” Review

Wade Manns – The Corsair Brutal Legend Produced by Electronic Arts and Double Fine Productions Genre: third person action, real-time strategy Rating: mature (blood, language, suggestive themes) Jack Black is one of the most entertaining and unique actors on the Hollywood scene today; he started work in the comedic band he founded alongside Kyle Gass...

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‘Freedom Writers’ an inspirational movie

Ashley Porter Published: January 24, 2006 Freedom Writers, starring Hilary Swank, is about a first time teacher taking a risk and teaching the un-teachable in a school surrounded by gang violence in Long Beach, Calif.  The film was based on the inspirational true story about a group of kids that overcame great obstacles and learned...