Thursday , 20 September 2018

Category: Editorial & Opinion

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  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

Gun Control: Winners and losers

Gun Control: Winners and losers

By Becca Carlson Despite what Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor from the popular 90’s TV show “Home Improvement” said—we don’t always need more power. Especially in the case of guns. Don’ ...

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Time to talk now

Time to talk now

Editorial Four words conjure up anxiety like no other: we need to talk. And why wouldn’t they? The worst conversations tend to begin with those words, and the sight of them sends ...

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Oprah hints at presidency in 2020

Oprah hints at presidency in 2020

By Becca Carlson Oprah 2020? Why not? Who doesn’t love Oprah Winfrey? She’s the beloved daytime television star that almost every woman (and some men) in America watched from 1986 ...

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Editor’s Farewell

Editor’s Farewell

By Minnie-Lee Bush When I went to orientation on a chilly December morning in 2016, I had no idea what my future would be at PSC. Now that I am graduating, I can happily say it wa ...

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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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