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Students debut poetry
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Students debut poetry

By Shaleyah Carter Students across the Pensacola State College (PSC) campus gathered together at the Chadbourne library to share their poetic creations March 11.  English department professor Jamey Jones defined poetry as “that kernel of honesty that’s inside each of us,” Jones said.  Inspired by Jones, PSC student Darius Jaford performed an improvised and unorthodox...

Positivity despite pandemic for general education major
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Positivity despite pandemic for general education major

by Hannah Mooers Zoe Kinsey, a general education student at Pensacola State College (PSC), has a determined mindset of positivity despite COVID-19 circumstances. Like many other students, Kinsey’s 2020 school plans have been disrupted by the global epidemic. She had been looking into applying to a physical therapy assistant program this fall but considering she...

Student advocates healthy eating with simple recipe
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Student advocates healthy eating with simple recipe

By Julie Riser During this time of social distancing, long hours working from home and Netflix and chilling, several people are gaining what America is calling, the COVID-15. With this trend on the rise, finding healthy meals to incorporate into everyday life is a must. Most people find it hard to pick healthy meals that...

PSC captures, preserves memories with time capsules
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PSC captures, preserves memories with time capsules

By Sarah Richards           Pensacola State College (PSC) has celebrated other anniversaries with cake and ribbon cuttings, and sometimes, with something as timeless as a time capsule.           There are two on campus. One is in the Baroco building (also known as the science building), which was...

PSC alumni spotlight:  Sandy Sansing
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PSC alumni spotlight:  Sandy Sansing

Sandy Sansing speaks on success By Sarah Richards           Fifty plus years ago, Sandy Sansing was a student at Pensacola State College (PSC).  He went to Pensacola High School and worked at the Jitney Jungle on 12th Avenue, where he bagged groceries on the weekend during his freshman and sophomore years...

86,400 seconds of fear
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86,400 seconds of fear

By Aleece Jarman           While most people frantically run from disaster, my boyfriend races towards it.           As the girlfriend of a firefighter, I spend every second while he is on duty constantly worried about what could happen.  Hurricane Michael only increased those feelings.           The night of Tuesday, October 10th,...

Club Spotlight:  The African-American Student Association
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Club Spotlight: The African-American Student Association

By Jaylen Boyd           The African -American Student Association(AASA) is part of a larger group. This organization is the Florida African-American Student Association (FAASA).           The group often travels out to institutions where they meet with other regions and their colleges. The fall leadership institution is coming up and the group...