Wednesday , 21 November 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 ...

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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Taxpayers continue to beg for cuts during bailout

Taxpayers continue to beg for cuts during bailout

by Nathan Cooper The economy is under incredible pressure as newly elected President Obama takes office, and many are wondering how he will handle it from here on out. Several hav ...

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A Tortured Solution: Soul-searching in America

A Tortured Solution: Soul-searching in America

by Paul Smith Eric Holder, Obama’s nominee for attorney general, stated with no equivocation before Senate confirmation hearings on January 15th, that waterboarding was indeed tor ...

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Communication, challenge yourself to speak up

Communication, challenge yourself to speak up

by Ben Johnson Hello classmates, welcome to the New Year! As we all know, the beginning of a new year can be a good time to come up with some resolutions and reassess some priorit ...

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Hillary: the New Secretary of Taint

Hillary: the New Secretary of Taint

by Paul Smith Lyndon Johnson once quipped of J. Edgar Hoover, “It’s probably better to have him inside the tent pissing out, than outside the tent pissing in,” suggesting it bette ...

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‘86,400’

‘86,400’

Ansley Zecckine For every day that we live, it's the same number given afresh to us once again. It can be a handful of blessings or curses. It can be the best or the worst. It can ...

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Cell phones in class

Cell phones in class

Ben Johnson Published: Tuesday, September 9, 2008 First day of class, everyone knows what it’s like in one way or another and knows what to expect. You find your classroom and pic ...

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