Saturday , 18 August 2018

Category: Editorial & Opinion

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  • 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 ...

  • Teacher encourages social activism

    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 ma ...

  • Support students’ right to be heard

    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 i ...

  • Vote with knowledge

    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, i ...

Hope to Harvest: “Almighty Cheerleader?”

Hope to Harvest: “Almighty Cheerleader?”

by Ansley Zecckine “Turn to the sidelines; that’s God cheering your run. Look past the finish line; that’s God applauding your steps.” --Max Lucado God, a cheerleader? Doesn’t tha ...

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With Many Distractions, Road Dangers Abound

With Many Distractions, Road Dangers Abound

by Ben Johnson As we all know, there are potential dangers on the road when we drive that could, at any moment, seriously hurt or even kill someone (including yourself). Things li ...

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The final steps to becoming a Guide Dog

The final steps to becoming a Guide Dog

By Jessica Woods A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the first two years of a guide dog’s training. I would now like to continue that story by telling you about a dog’s profession ...

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A Trip to Remember

A Trip to Remember

by Jessica Woods This past weekend, I had the incredible opportunity to attend an annual walkathon at the school where I received Bristol. Walkathon is a yearly fund raiser Southe ...

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The Training of a Guide Dog: The First Two Years

The Training of a Guide Dog: The First Two Years

by Jessica Woods Imagine that you have decided to take on the task of becoming a puppy raiser for Southeastern guide dog. As a new puppy raiser, you are agreeing to take a new pup ...

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Suspending Justice

Suspending Justice

by Kevin Hough On his first day in office, freshly-minted President Barack Obama issued a directive to suspend military trials at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. This request was made in pa ...

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Who He Is: The Dog Who Walks Beside Me

Who He Is: The Dog Who Walks Beside Me

by Jessica Woods Have you ever thought of bringing your best friend to class with you? I have the great joy of bringing mine with me everyday. Mine, however, is a four-legged frie ...

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Who I Am

Who I Am

by Jessica Woods Throughout my months at PJC, I have been asked many questions about my blindness and other aspects of my life. Part of my goal for this blog is to answer many of ...

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A Road Made Easier

A Road Made Easier

by Jessica Woods Walking into a class for the first time can be intimidating for any student. What is my instructor going to be like? What are the expectations for this course goi ...

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Hope to Harvest: 10 Ounces

Hope to Harvest: 10 Ounces

by Ansley Zecckine In a recent movie called “Seven Pounds,” Will Smith’s character makes the ultimate sacrifice for someone whom he feels deserves to be saved. In Christianity, th ...

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