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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...

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Ashmore delights with Six Characters

by Noah McCarthy Students and faculty were treated to a performance of Luigi Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author on March 5. The play was adapted by Pensacola State’s own Dr. Rodney Whatley and performed by the PSC Performing Arts Department students.  The play tells the harrowing, witty, and often morbid story of...

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Pensacola State College: Culinary Arts

Pensacola State College offers a wide variety of degree opportunities. Two exciting educational paths available at PSC are the Culinary Arts Certificate Program (CCC) and an Associate in Science degree in Culinary Management. These programs provide exciting courses for aspiring students to obtain the skills necessary to pursue careers in the hospitality and culinary industries....

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Wide selection of Pensacola coffee choices excite the taste buds

by Shea Dixon and Marley Reynolds Pensacola, though it may be smaller than other cities, is no stranger to the cafe scene.  This first weekend in March, we, the self-claimed food reviewers of the Corsair, took it upon ourselves to go out and find the best of the best among them. The first stop was...

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Art departments welcomes Alaina Plowdrey

Alaina Plowdrey is the new department head for the Visual Arts building. Dr. Plowdrey is a contemporary figure painter. Has an M.F.A. in Painting from the New York Academy of Art. She is completing a Ph.D. in Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Art Theory from the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts in Portland, Maine....

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Breaking news celebrity endorsed food is still just food

As far back as the mid-90s, the food and drink industry has used popular celebrities to peddle new menu items. The most recent addition was a brand of Oreo’s themed after Lady Gaga’s new album Chromatica. If you haven’t had an Oreo, the contents are pretty simple; you get two chocolate cookies with some cream...

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Bernie Sanders a hipster in disguise

Bernie Sanders is once again a hot topic of conversation and not just for his rollout of aggressive new economic policies in Congress. For many individuals, the mention of his name currently brings to mind an image of a crotchety older man sitting with his arms crossed, wearing fashionable mittens and a warm fluffy coat....

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Zuzu acrobats dazzle audiences via Zoom

Direct from Dar Es Salaam’s outskirt suburbs in Tanzania, streamed live through the magic of Zoom, the famed Zuzu African Acrobats came to PSC.  In celebration of Black History Month, the Pensacola State Black History/Multicultural Committee, February 19, presented the colorful spectacle of acrobatics, juggling, and dance.  Dressed in lively green, yellow, and blue, their...