Monday , 22 October 2018

Category: Editorial & Opinion

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  • Warriors’ spirit fuels PSC community

    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. ...

  • Banning books silences stories

    Banning books silences stories

    "HOP POP We like to hop. We like to hop on top of Pop. STOP You must not hop on Pop.” When you read those sentences and rhymes, do you think they promote the idea of children abusi ...

  • The case for community college

    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 ...

  • Student activists use social media

    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 m ...

Vultures: Israelis give glimpse into life

Vultures: Israelis give glimpse into life

Michael Rutschky Published: December 6, 2006 A few days ago, my girlfriend and I were talked into doing a favor for her sister, who told us at the last minute that she was despera ...

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Sony and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day

Sony and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day

Ricky Di Published: December 6, 2006 Quick question: what do you get when you offer less than 400,000 units to a mob of millions? Apparently, you don't get patience and civility.w ...

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The Nobel Peace Prize is meaningless

The Nobel Peace Prize is meaningless

by Paul Smith The Nobel Peace Prize was recently awarded to President Obama, which immediately sent the right-wing up in arms, bemoaning that the award was bestowed undeservedly. ...

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How to Fight Collegiate Stressors

How to Fight Collegiate Stressors

by Christopher Banks, paramedic and PJC nursing student Now with midterms behind us, rarely is there a sense of a downhill side to the semester. More often than not, the last half ...

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Corporations are not people

Corporations are not people

by Paul Smith The collusion of big business and government has swelled to glutinous proportions in this country. Over $1 billion was spent on last year’s presidential elections al ...

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Building the Maritime Park is a huge mistake

Building the Maritime Park is a huge mistake

by Justin Otto I can’t help but wonder exactly what the people of Pensacola were thinking when they voted FOR the yet to be constructed monstrosity otherwise known as the Pensacol ...

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Acting for Dummies

Acting for Dummies

by Madelain Tigano Momentum: it’s the ability to get up and just tackle the fear, leaving it at the door while embracing the ability to show the weaker side.  How many times will ...

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Pirates provide plenty of thrills and entertainment

Pirates provide plenty of thrills and entertainment

Lindsey Chavers Published: November 22, 2006 Not a lot was expected of them, especially after the last few seasons, but that's not the case anymore.  The men's basketball team is ...

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Today’s students not so out of touch

Today’s students not so out of touch

Sahara Locke Published: November 22, 2006 Now more than ever, the speed at which information is obtained and absorbed is reaching its peak. Cell phones, iPods, mp3 players, podcas ...

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Our View: Politics gets in the way of decisions

Our View: Politics gets in the way of decisions

Published: November 22, 2006 Politics and religion are subjects that are usually avoided in casual conversation, and understandably so: these are topics that most Americans are pa ...

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