Wednesday , 18 July 2018

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  • 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 ...

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  • PSC: Pretty Sensational College

    PSC: Pretty Sensational College

    By Grant Bridges The average day attending college is quite monotonous: go to class, eat lunch and do some homework. Eventually, this grind gets very old. However, this entire form ...

  • Rise up, create safer world

    Rise up, create safer world

    Editorial Him too? No way. I’ve seen all of his movies. He can’t be one of the bad guys. Did that bring anyone to mind? These past few months have brought down big names we never w ...

eLearning attack

eLearning attack

Canvas policy receives criticism from students EDITORIAL Pensacola State College’s (PSC’s) eLearning department implemented a new policy for the fall semester denying students acc ...

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Free speech safe on campus

Free speech safe on campus

By Donny West Florida was on high alert early in October when Richard Spencer visited the University of Florida. A state of emergency was declared, and there was a great deal of a ...

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A nation, a knee, a problem

A nation, a knee, a problem

By Chris Sharp “The land of the free and the home of the brave” has become more than just a line from the “Star-Spangled Banner.” Our national anthem has become the American sloga ...

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Student Voice: Suggestion to avoid high textbook prices

Student Voice: Suggestion to avoid high textbook prices

By Harry Drasutis When it comes to textbooks, it’s a money game. If you're lucky, you'll average spending $100 per textbook. Some textbooks can be over $300. In some cases, it is ...

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We are not in High School anymore

We are not in High School anymore

By Minnie-Lee Bush The transition from high school to college is not easy. I’m sure everyone will hear that repeatedly. Turns out most of the time, they’re wrong. It is not the tr ...

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First Times and Second Chances

First Times and Second Chances

Making the Most of Your College Experience By Sarah Richards Most of us go to college to get a degree so that we can have a career that will pay for that education.  However, if y ...

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Senate bill targets local beaches

Senate bill targets local beaches

Editorial By Jay Phillips Recently, our state’s Senators have shown support for Senate Bill 1073, which covers a tricky problem that has been deemed double-taxation. This bill cou ...

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Utilize Canvas for students’ benefit

Utilize Canvas for students’ benefit

Editorial Canvas (eLearning) is is a platform known for making students’ lives a little more organized. The program makes it easy to keep up with our assignments and grades as wel ...

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The Taxes Everyone Pays: Helping the Lower-Income to Someday Pay More of Them

The Taxes Everyone Pays: Helping the Lower-Income to Someday Pay More of Them

By: Sarah Hannan Growing up as a conservative, I was encouraged to vote no on every tax (a half-cent sales tax comes to mind) because I was taught that it was the responsibility o ...

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Women’s March Pensacola: The Y chromosome delima

Women’s March Pensacola: The Y chromosome delima

Editorial   Participating in the Pensacola Women’s March, the amount of diversity represented that day was impressive. It was clear that participants did not march solely for ...

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