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The Last Of Us Part II challenges players
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The Last Of Us Part II challenges players

By Matthew Ingram The Last of Us Part II is a challenging game. Not that its combat is particularly difficult, because it isn’t. Most of the game can be coasted through with minimal effort, but in the same way Dark Souls seeks to challenge its players through towering bosses, The Last of Us Part II...

Editor-in-chief bids Farewell
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Editor-in-chief bids Farewell

Editor-in-chief bids farewell By Ben Murzin Walking into the Corsair was the best decision I ever made. Professor Neuman introduced myself and another student to Dr. Ingram and said we should consider joining the Corsair. A Thursday afternoon after getting out of class and with nothing to do for the day, I decided to go...

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...

Warriors’ spirit fuels PSC community
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Warriors’ spirit fuels PSC community

By Paulina Mendez To the returning Pensacola State College (PSC) military veteran students and their families, welcome back to another exciting and rewarding 2018-2019 school year.  Once again, we look forward, as we walk toward achieving our educational goals. Starting in this issue and in future Corsair publications, we are introducing a military veterans column...

The case for community college
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The case for community college

Community college is known for being cheaper, but less prestigious than a four-year university.  But what do you get in lieu of that prestige? You get diversity. The percentage of students attending Pensacola State College (PSC) aged 25 and up is 45.35%; with 18-24-year-olds, it’s 42.8%. With age diversity, there are first-time college students and...

Student activists use social media
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Student activists use social media

In the midst of the midterm elections and various growing movements with America’s youth at the forefront, Pensacola State College (PSC) students are certainly not exempt. Social media has allowed students to stand their ground and create their own page in history. The women’s suffrage movement began in 1848, and its purpose was to educate...

Teacher encourages social activism
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Teacher encourages social activism

By Sparrow Butler Do you really know what it means to be a social activist? The growth of social media, fake news, and biased opinions integrating journalism is changing the way many people view social activism. This misunderstanding makes some students skeptical about being actively involved in their communities, and politics in general. However, social...

Support students’ right to be heard
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Support students’ right to be heard

By Anthony Sevilla In the wake of a school shooting earlier this year in Parkland, Fla., students decided, “Hey, watching my classmates being murdered isn’t fun.” Following their intuition, the Parkland teenagers have orchestrated overwhelmingly successful protests against gun violence. In the name of patriotism and the Constitution, some older millennials and baby boomers have...

Vote with knowledge
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Vote with knowledge

By Alana Dutson At Pensacola State College (PSC), out of 73 students surveyed 78 percent of students do not identify themselves as a social activist. While this isn’t a big deal, it is a big deal that 66 percent of students cannot name a Florida senator or representative. Personally, I do not identify as a...