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Festival of Flowers

by Enrique Viveros The 17th annual Emerald Coast Flower and Garden Festival was held on April 9th through April 11th. This event was not held last year due to the COVID-19. However, this year has been busiest yet even with the rocky start of the weather on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday it was sunny...

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David Sedaris

by Kayla Belanger Humorist, author, and social critic David Sedaris spoke to students at Pensacola State College (PSC) on (insert date). He delivers an informative lecture about writing as a beginner and shares his life experiences.  David attended art school before becoming an author. He has been writing for years before college, but his knowledge...

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Covid Habits

by Marley Reynolds When 2020 came to a close, many were hoping that 2021 would be a fresh start. “New year, new me” is an often-quoted sentiment, and while it is a nice thought, the reality is far from perfect. The Covid-19 pandemic forced everyone to change how they went about their daily lives. Masks,...

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A goodbye Ledditor from the Editor

by Daniel Cheer It’s taken me quite some time to mull over how I wanted to write this letter from the editor or Ledditor as I plan to call it.  I guess I could start at the beginning. Confession time: I had little to no interest in Journalism when I started at the Corsair. I...

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A familiar ring

by Daniel Cheer and Shea Dixon It happens in an instant. You get a phone call. “NO CALLER ID” is all your phone elects to tell you. Your contacts app has been glitchy lately; could it be someone you know? Whom could it be? Your friend who needs to talk? Mom or dad calling for...

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Swift re-records 2008’s Fearless

by Enrique Viveros On the evening of April 9th Swifties were excited to relieve their middle or high school memories with a re-recorded album named Fearless (Taylor’s Version). Swift is re-recording Fearless and five more albums with her team. Her previous music label Big Machine Records, and music manager Scooter Braun bought the master recordings...

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Was Bayonetta a subversive feminist masterpiece all along?

by Matthew Ingram Ok hear me out on this. Platinum Games’ 2009 cult classic Bayonetta has been criticized ever since its release for the overly stimulating design of its title character. Bayonetta dresses in a skin-tight outfit, poses sexually in cutscenes, defeats bosses with a “climax” finishing move, and attacks by removing her clothes (there’s...

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Togetherall service launches at PSC

by Sebastian Gordon A new mental health service called Togetherall has been introduced to Pensacola State College (PSC). The service is free to all students and staff members of PSC and is available as of. PSC members can access the platform on several devices, including a phone, computer, or tablet. Dr. Lynsey Listau, the director...

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Hurricane Review reflects on 2020

by Daniel Cheer The Hurricane Review, Pensacola State College’s (PSC) national literary magazine, released its newest issue.  The magazine itself differs from other publications at PSC because it does not just incorporate art and stories from students but  contributors from all across the country.  The magazine has been in publication since 1986, where it was...