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Student center hosts fat tuesday party
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Student center hosts fat tuesday party

 by Danielle Provau & Lionel Haynes Jr Today, Pensacola State College’s Student Leadership and Activities hosted a Fat Tuesday celebration in the student center with free red beans and rice, moon pies, and beads.   

Perks of palafox market
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Perks of palafox market

by Lionel Haynes Jr With prices within any student’s budget, the Palafox Market offers a variety of local produce and  products most Saturday mornings, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., in downtown Pensacola. More than 70 vendors provide everything from homemade food to local art. The market is located at the Martin Luther King Plaza on...

Book Review: “Twilight” series is guilty pleasure
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Book Review: “Twilight” series is guilty pleasure

by Danielle Provau The “Twilight” series is a guilty pleasure for adults. Readers love this series, but no one wants to actually admit it. Author Stephanie Meyer has a knack for writing for teens.  She took an unobtrusive, average teenage girl and changed her life forever. She made sure that her main character Bella could...

Lyceum: Flamenco group wows audience at Ashmore
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Lyceum: Flamenco group wows audience at Ashmore

by Danielle Provau The Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company lit the Ashmore Auditorium on fire with their passion for the fiery Flamenco dance style on Jan. 14, 2013. The group performed two sets, showcasing the dancers and musicians respectively, in front of a sold out audience. Before the show, the beautifully dressed dancers were practicing their...

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Photo Feature: Galactic featuring Corey Glover

New Orleans instrumentalists Galactic performed at The Vinyl Music Hall on Jan. 15, 2013. The band, which specializes in funk grooves, works with a revolving group of guest vocalists rather than having a lead singer. For their Pensacola show, the featured vocalist was Corey Glover of Living Color, best known for the ’90s hits “Cult...

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Free Movie Nights: Twilight:Breaking Dawn

Student Activities will present two Free Movie Nights featuring The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 on Thursday, Jan. 24 and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 on Thursday, Feb. 7. Both films will begin at 6 p.m. in the Pensacola campus student center. Based on the bestselling vampire novels by Stephenie Meyer, The...

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The pensacola symphony orchestra experience

Rebecca Byers The Corsair The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra performed at the Pensacola Saenger Theater in downtown Pensacola, Fl, on Nov. 3. The theme of the concert, French Impressions, featured a variety of musical numbers written by French composers Maurice Ravel and Georges Bizet. Richard Jernigan, a performing arts professor at Pensacola State College, is one...

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Tidal Wave: Why Books Are Solid Ground in the Sea of Cyber Chaos

The following won first place in the Expository/Argumentative Essay division of the Walter Spara Writing Contest sponsored by the Department of English and Communications in the spring semester, 2012.  Hunter Brown  Tidal Wave: Why Books Are Solid Ground in the Sea of Cyber Chaos Thanks to the Internet, ours has become the Information Age. Torrents...

Oval Office Farce “November” plays at the Ashmore
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Oval Office Farce “November” plays at the Ashmore

David Mamet’s new Oval Office satire depicts one day in the life of a beleaguered American commander-in-chief. It’s November in a Presidential election year, and incumbent Charles Smith’s chances for reelection are looking grim. Approval ratings are down, his money’s running out, and nuclear war might be imminent. Though his staff has thrown in the...

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Blake’s Implications of “Innocence” and “Experience”

The following won first place in the Humanities/Literature division of the Walter Spara Writing Contest sponsored by the Department of English and Communications in the spring semester, 2012.  By Lauren Massey  Blake’s Implications of “Innocence” and “Experience”  William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience~ is a collection of poems divided into the categories mentioned...