Friday , 26 May 2017

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  • Pumpkin Pie Dip

    Pumpkin Pie Dip

    Illustrations By Katelyn Bailey Are you the type of person who likes 99 percent whipped cream to 1 percent pumpkin pie? With fall time upon us, there is no better way to celebrate ...

  • Repaint history: Art Club back in business

    Repaint history: Art Club back in business

    By Sean Minton Some students have an interest in art and major in it, but other non-major art students do not have the opportunity to experience and express their creative side. Ho ...

  • PSC Safety Month Stay Safe Tips

    PSC Safety Month Stay Safe Tips

    Top 10 Stay Safe Tips By: Nicole Gunter With Pensacola State College kicking off Campus Safety Month March 1st, we compiled a list of Top 10 Safety Tips to keeping yourself safe. I ...

  • Dinosaur Jr. finally visits Pensacola

    Dinosaur Jr. finally visits Pensacola

    Music so good, it transcends decades and reunites friends By Becca Carlson March 26 was a night for reunion, but not necessarily for the late 1980s rock group Dinosaur Jr. The band ...

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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You can make a difference: Volunteer in your community

You can make a difference: Volunteer in your community

  Habitat for Humanity: Hands needed, tools optional By Sarah Richards Pensacola Habitat for Humanity builds energy efficient, quality homes and sells them to eligible famili ...

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Student success: Tips on surviving college

Student success: Tips on surviving college

              How to stay committed to new goals By Tracey Squaire It’s the start of a new year which is a time when people are ready for change ...

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Pirate Trivia W/ PSC Students

Pirate Trivia W/ PSC Students

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzhYlGYtMmM ...

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Humans of PSC

Humans of PSC

What are your Thanksgiving plans? My family rents out a beach house every year because most of them live out of town, so we all hang out there for about a week. And since they all ...

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Supermoon 2016 enchants PSC spectators

Supermoon 2016 enchants PSC spectators

By Becca Carlson Mid-November finally brought cooler temperatures to our area which made for just the right conditions to view Supermoon 2016. The Escambia Amateur Astronomy Assoc ...

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Humans of PSC

Humans of PSC

Jane Spruill Retired Instructor If you could meet any public figure , who would it be? Rosa Parks. She was designated to be the face of change, and I think she was very brave to s ...

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