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Combined amendments create confusion
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Combined amendments create confusion

By Rachel Giordano           If you exercised your right to vote on Nov. 6, 2018, you voted on many important issues.     Actually, you had to vote on two things in one amendments that had absolutely nothing to do with each other.           Do you know what I am referring...

Funny Girl is serious show business
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Funny Girl is serious show business

By Alan-Mark Miller           Veronica Lindholm,and Benjamin Haupt, alongside the rest of the cast of Pensacola State College (PSC), had some big shoes to fill in the fall musical “Funny Girl.”           They nailed it.           The original movie production under the same name “Funny Girl” (1968) had amazing talent with...

Letter from our Editor-in-Chief
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Letter from our Editor-in-Chief

By Sarah Richards           My time as a student at Pensacola State College has come to a close.             I began this journey as what one would call a “non-traditional student,” which means I am not a newly-minted high school graduate, but rather, I have enjoyed what I like to...

Rebekah Bydlak speaks at PSC
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Rebekah Bydlak speaks at PSC

By Mae Flener            Former Florida House candidate and PSC alum Rebekah Bydlak made an appearance Tuesday afternoon as part of the Students for Liberty’s “Spotlight on Local” series. The event was put together by the chairman of Students for Liberty, Daniel Palmer.           Bydlak came into the auditorium of her...

Stop premature Christmas decorating
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Stop premature Christmas decorating

By Mae Flener           It’s late August, and when you walk into Michael’s or Hobby Lobby, the first few rows you see are normal crafting rows; the next few rows over, you let out a sigh of dread. It’s Christmas time at the craft stores. Christmas in mid-August?             You...

Students share poetry
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Students share poetry

By Brian Smith           You stand at the front of the audience, sweat building on your palms, the audience is quiet as they wait for you to build up the nerves and begin your speech.           On September 24, students experienced this situation during the Poetry Reading event put on by the Pensacola State College...