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 ...

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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Know your roots; Black history is American history

Know your roots; Black history is American history

By Kelli Green Last year actor and Fox News correspondent Stacey Dash said that America should get rid of Black History Month. She then attacked BET (Black Entertainment Televisio ...

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PSC production of A Streetcar Named Desire: inside the life of student actors

PSC production of A Streetcar Named Desire: inside the life of student actors

By: Nicole Needles A Streetcar Named Desire’s opening night will be on March 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Ashmore Auditorium on the Pensacola campus. Other show times are March 3 and 4 at 7: ...

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Remembering Civil Rights March to Selma 51 years later

Remembering Civil Rights March to Selma 51 years later

Students give opinions on importance of voting rights. By Kelli Green March 25, 2016 marks the fifty-first  anniversary of the Civil Rights March from Selma to Montgomery, AL. The ...

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Editorial: Stop ignorance; Embrace understanding

Editorial: Stop ignorance; Embrace understanding

Since 9/11 and the initiation of the War on Terror, Muslims have become easy targets for discrimination in Western society. This is especially true for Muslim women who are easily ...

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HIV / AIDS in Escambia County

HIV / AIDS in Escambia County

   By: Arieann Pettway According to the Center for Disease Control, Pensacola has a serious HIV/AIDS epidemic. Escambia County alone ranks number 2 in state for most reported ...

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Why a Liberal Arts education still matters

Why a Liberal Arts education still matters

By Iwona Hamrick There has been an ongoing debate among politicians, the media and, most of all, in academic circles about the purpose and benefits of a college education. Althoug ...

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