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A comedy of errors: My audition experience for PSC Got Talent

I’ve attended the PSC Got Talent competition for the past two years as a writer, I’m not sure how it worked out this way, but it did. This year, I’ve come into quite a bit of free time, so I made the conscious effort to audition for the competition. Wouldn’t you know, the craziest thing...

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Bryan Terell Clark inspires students

On Wednesday, February 10th, Broadway singer, actor, and the co-founder of a non-profit organization called inDEFINED, Bryan Terrel Clark, and the Lyceum series hosted a motivational event to PSC via Zoom. He is most notable for his appearance as George Washington in the Broadway hit Hamilton. His mother is a pastor, and she would always...

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JobX offers PSC students local jobs

Over the last fall semester, Pensacola State College added a new feature to their website: the JobX Board, which would hope to introduce job-hungry students and alumni to local businesses hoping to hire responsible adults who are currently in the process of earning a higher education.  The move is a refreshing step in the right...

Gatwood illuminates social issues
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Gatwood illuminates social issues

Acclaimed feminist poet, public educator, and activist Olivia Gatwood read to Pensacola State College students via Zoom webinar Wednesday, January 20. When a worldwide pandemic is not hindering her, Gatwood works as a full-time touring artist and educator, teaching workshops on the creative process for writers and providing lectures on Title IX initiatives, proactive solutions...

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The Corsair, Kilgore bring home virtual excellence

On Friday January 29, The Corsair staff virtually attended their annual conference for the Florida College Systems Activities Association (FCSAA). Normally, they would travel to Tampa with a small platoon of the finest writers and artists PSC has to offer for a weekend of real ted talk level discussions with experts in the collective field...

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Even during COVID-19, art flourishes

By Kevin Thomas With quarantine in full effect for at least eight months now, many people are adjusting to the new normal. People are used to working from home, students have started adjusting to their Zoom meetings, and businesses are opening up albeit relatively hesitantly.  One field that has had an iffy time recovering during...

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Life with snail mail brings positivity

The modern mailbox is boring. The daily ritual of walking or driving to the mailbox, flipping open the little door, to take out bills, political campaigns, philanthropic pleas, and magazines is no luxury of communication anymore, it’s a chore. No different than sweeping the kitchen or putting away the dishes.

Hurricane Sally makes landfall 16 years after Ivan
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Hurricane Sally makes landfall 16 years after Ivan

By Madeline Hicks September 16th, 2004, Category three Hurricane Ivan ravaged the Gulf Coast, leaving significant damage in its wake. 16 years later, Category two Hurricane Sally slammed into near identical areas on the anniversary of Ivan.  In the Atlantic Ocean just off the coast of South Florida, Hurricane Sally formed on September 12th, marking...

SpeakOut!: Tranportation Options Available
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SpeakOut!: Tranportation Options Available

By Shira Lewis Having reliable and affordable transportation can be hard for some people. Many college students don’t own a car and have a difficult time getting to school.  I am someone that struggled with transportation this Spring 2020 semester. Initially I decided I would only be taking online classes because I had no one...

Pirate pantry seeks non-perishables
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Pirate pantry seeks non-perishables

by Hannah Mooers The Pensacola State College (PSC) Pirate Food Pantry is in immediate need of donations. With COVID-19 causing new hardships in the pirate community, giving to the Pirate Food Pantry has never been so crucial. Since the pantry’s reopening two years ago, spearheaded by MaKenzie Johnson, Student Engagement & Leadership Coordinator, it has...