Friday , 17 November 2017

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  • Health Club raises attention on personal wellness

    Health Club raises attention on personal wellness

    By Sarah Richards FITT & Well isn’t just a club, but a multi-sourced resource for students interested in increasing their overall wellness. This resource aims to dispel the myt ...

  • Bee-Ware of what lurks at PSC

    Bee-Ware of what lurks at PSC

    Story and Photos By Sean Minton “Taxidermy is how I make a living; beekeeping is my passion.” - Chad Cooper Beekeeper Chad Cooper climbs up the magnolia tree located between buildi ...

  • Humans of PSC October 2017

    Humans of PSC October 2017

    Eviana Linder Do you have a favorite class? Probably music appreciation with Mr. Jernigan. Do you have any study tips? Well, this year is my first year, and I'm just getting the ha ...

  • Fagan named campus police chief

    Fagan named campus police chief

    Chief Fagan hopes to build relationships with campus, community   By Jimmy Pham “We are friendly; we are approachable; we want to talk to people,” said new Pensacola State College ...

Alumni takes stand as president of WSC at UWF

Alumni takes stand as president of WSC at UWF

By Becca Carlson Pensacola State College (PSC) alumni Sydney Stone, not yet 22 years old, is ready to take on some pretty tough subjects such as gender equality. Applying the less ...

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International Inspiration: Malala Yousafzai

International Inspiration: Malala Yousafzai

By Nahomi Sanchez International Women’s Day is a day dedicated to honoring all the women throughout each generation and for all they have done. Over the years, women have made a d ...

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Women’s History Month: Remembrance,celebration

Women’s History Month: Remembrance,celebration

L-R; Mary Liuzzo Lilleboe, Viola liuzzo. An interview with Mary Liuzzo Lilleboe, daughter of Civil Right's martyr, Viola Liuzzo. By Kelli Green In January the world shook with the ...

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Take a walk, get some Bad Ass food.

Take a walk, get some Bad Ass food.

By Becca Carlson Many people already know about on-campus food options yet want alternatives to their mealtime routines. Located within walking distance of Pensacola State College ...

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The Thirteen Roses of Valentine’s Day:  A Baker’s Dozen Ways to Enjoy a Wine Experience on a Beer Budget

The Thirteen Roses of Valentine’s Day: A Baker’s Dozen Ways to Enjoy a Wine Experience on a Beer Budget

By Sarah Richards   There are more options than dinner and a movie, even in Florida in February.  You just have to think outside the candy box, so that when you ask if she’ll ...

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Free Counseling on Campus

Free Counseling on Campus

By: Jennifer Brandon College students are faced with stress in the form anxiety, depression, drug/alcohol addictions and eating disorders. Some come to school with pre-existing me ...

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Club Profiles (January Issue)

Club Profiles (January Issue)

By: Minnie-Lee Bush Illustrations by: Tracey Squaire Getting involved in campus life is hard in a community college setting. PSC has a multitude of clubs available to students in ...

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Get informed, take action, make a difference

Get informed, take action, make a difference

How to live a greener life By Sarah Richards Artwork By Katelyn Bailey Environmentalism isn’t just for hippies or millennials, and one doesn’t have to be as wealthy as Ed Begley J ...

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Stay healthy; Fight the flu before it invades you

Stay healthy; Fight the flu before it invades you

Five tips to prevent sickness before it happens By Sierra Sellers Illustrations By Katherine Chen It’s that time of year again. The dreaded flu season is upon us. Some less fortun ...

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Stress,False Hopes,Banannas

Stress,False Hopes,Banannas

How predatory groups target vulnerable students By Kelli Green In 1978, on November 18th more than 900 Americans died in Jonestown, a settlement in  Guyana, South America under th ...

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