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Advice of the Day

There is no nice way to put this, so I am just going to come right out and say it.   Ladies and gentlemen, if you are going somewhere to be interviewed please do not be dressed like you are going to a party or a club.   Ladies, do not have your knockers out and...

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Advice of the Day

Dear J, I really like this person but I am too shy to even approach him, when we pass each other he waves but I can only look down to hide my blush. How can I be more brave and approach him? Dear writer, I would like to thank you for writing to me about...

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Dating Tips

Females: 1. DON’T have sex on the first date 2. Don’t dress too revealing leave some mystery about your body. Dress sexy yet elegant. 3. Don’t have on too much make up. 4. Act like a lady 5. Perfume is your best friend but don’t put on too much that it bothers the guy, he...

Opinion: Stop penalizing students for getting an education
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Opinion: Stop penalizing students for getting an education

by Ben Sheffler Interest rates on new subsidized Federal Direct Stafford student loans increased yesterday from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent because Congress couldn’t agree on a plan before the deadline, affecting approximately 700 students every semester at Pensacola State College. And Congress is on a week-long recess for the Fourth of July. There was...

Edgy writer Addonizio mixes blues, poetry in presentation
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Edgy writer Addonizio mixes blues, poetry in presentation

by Danielle Storley Poet Kim Addonizio conjured the spirits of trains passing through from another time as she presented poetry and “train songs” played on the harmonica in a visit to the Pensacola Campus for a poetry workshop and speaking event on April 11. Addonizio, an award-winning American poet, and novelist has been called “one...

service project influences entire campus
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service project influences entire campus

  Most of the time people throw away their soda cans or cereal boxes, but what they don’t realize is those items can make a big difference if they are recycled. SkillsUSA, one of many programs at Pensacola State College where students and teachers work together for a better workforce, is doing its part to...

Review: Jumping into the “Rabbit Hole”
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Review: Jumping into the “Rabbit Hole”

by Danielle Storley Intense emotion and genuine acting shared the stage recently during the Pensacola State College Theater Department’s presentation of the play “Rabbit Hole” at the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium. A contemporary drama about the grief of a couple recovering from losing their four-year-old son, the play was directed by Rodney Whatley. The grieving...