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  • Education grows through partnership of UF, PSC

    Education grows through partnership of UF, PSC

    By Tori Riggs With 23 undergraduate majors and more than 50 areas of specialization, the University of Florida’s (UF’s) College of Agriculture and Life Science (CALS) offers both t ...

  • Kilgore Kills It:  Student Literary Journal Revealed

    Kilgore Kills It: Student Literary Journal Revealed

    By Sarah Richards The Kilgore Review, Pensacola State College’s (PSC’s) annual student literary journal, was unboxed April 10, 2018, in the Anna Lamar Switzer room at 6 p.m. The bo ...

  • Shooting victim pursues RN degree

    Shooting victim pursues RN degree

    By Rachel Giordano Shawn Smith, a Pensacola native, was living in St. Petersburg, Fla. On Oct. 11, 2016, his neighbor stood at his door, armed with a Colt 9 mm, loaded with hollow ...

  • Day care costs more than college tuition

    Day care costs more than college tuition

    By Alana Dutson While some Americans are deciding where to go on vacation, others are determining if they can afford to go back to college and have enough money to pay for day care ...

CTE, SJS department offers services for students

CTE, SJS department offers services for students

Students in need of financial and career advice find assistance By Jay Pham Career and Technical Education (CTE) and Student Job Services (SJS) offers scholarships, résumé help, m ...

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Internships prepare students for future success

Internships prepare students for future success

By Becca Carlson College offers students the skills they will need to get a job, but they don’t necessarily teach how to work with clients once hired. Internships can teach studen ...

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Pensacon 2018

Pensacon 2018

By Jay Pham, Donny West, Lindsi Hicks and Becca Carlson There’s no doubt that Pensacon is growing exponentially with each year. Organizers are finding new ways to improve the even ...

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Discounts designed with students in mind

Discounts designed with students in mind

By Becca Carlson College life can be expensive. Tuition, books, lab fees and additional required materials are a big concern for many students that do not qualify for financial as ...

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Professors switch majors, switch careers

Professors switch majors, switch careers

By Sarah Richards Pensacola State College Math Professor Greg Bloxom found his anti-inspiration to become a history major. He likes to tell the story of Miss Rudolph to “convince ...

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Students concerned about phone surveillance

Students concerned about phone surveillance

By Anthony Sevilla & Maria Del Aguila Seeing ads while scrolling through your Twitter timeline is common enough for anybody with sight and a smartphone. However, recently, the ...

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Art Box volunteers at Hot Glass Cold Brew

Art Box volunteers at Hot Glass Cold Brew

By Becca Carlson Art Box, one of the newest clubs at Pensacola State College (PSC), quickly set a vibrant tone for things to come this year. Officially charted in fall 2017, the c ...

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HUMANS OF PSC: February 2018

HUMANS OF PSC: February 2018

      ANTHONY KELLEY Business Logistics Major How long have you been attending PSC? “For one year.” Where were you born? “Chicago.” Do you know of any immigrants in ...

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Easing the transition from cure to comfort at Emerald Coast Hospice

Easing the transition from cure to comfort at Emerald Coast Hospice

By Sarah Richards When most people think of hospice, they think only of death and dying, but hospice isn’t about mortality. Hospice is about quality of life. Hospice isn’t a place ...

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Club spotlight: Biology Club

Club spotlight: Biology Club

By Maria Del Aguila Biology Club is for everyone— not just biology majors. It currently has over a dozen members who are involved in a wide range of activities from fundraisers to ...

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