Saturday , 18 August 2018

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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 ...

PSC instructors extend teaching outside of classroom

PSC instructors extend teaching outside of classroom

By Jay Pham Students of Pensacola State College (PSC) are fortunate to have instructors that engage the students and are willing to go the extra mile to engage with the community. ...

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Annual pow wow in Atmore

Annual pow wow in Atmore

Poarch Creek Tribe hosts show of color, culture for Thanksgiving By Joshua Olson The Poarch Band of Creek Indians held their annual Thanksgiving Pow Wow in Atmore, Alabama Thursda ...

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STEMming with the Tide: From Elsewhere to Healthcare

STEMming with the Tide: From Elsewhere to Healthcare

By Sarah Richards Many students that choose to attend community college do so to figure out what it is they want to do. If one is following the money, they often follow the STEM ( ...

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Medical Marijuana

Medical Marijuana

PSC student finds alternative for pain management By Becca Carlson Since her diagnosis of ankylosing spondylitis (AS) ten years ago, aspiring model and actress Cecelia Kuhn fights ...

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Walter F. Spara Writing Competition

Walter F. Spara Writing Competition

Winners receive accolades at awards ceremony By Sarah Richards   Seven students placed in the Walter F. Spara writing contest this year in the categories of poetry, essay, an ...

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Robinson Honors Program for academically gifted students

Robinson Honors Program for academically gifted students

By Jay Pham Reserved Honors student parking, competitive edge for scholarships, leadership development and career planning skills; these are a few of the many perks for the new an ...

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HUMANS OF PSC: January 2018

HUMANS OF PSC: January 2018

What is your current level of education at Pensacola State College? This is my first and last semester at PSC. I am a transfer from Faulkner State currently enrolled in mostly ele ...

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PSC instructor hosts solo art show at Artel Gallery

PSC instructor hosts solo art show at Artel Gallery

  By Jay Pham It was Julie McGrath’s second solo show, yet she entertained guests like she’s been hosting for ages. Her art is mainly fashion inspired with her own twist. “Al ...

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Humans of PSC November/ December 2017

Humans of PSC November/ December 2017

Robert Aldridge General Studies Major Any plans for Fall Break? Not yet. Maybe going back home to Mississippi. Any plans for next semester? I'm planning on taking afternoon classe ...

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Stress less, find happiness

Stress less, find happiness

By Becca Carlson Unless you’re fortunate enough to have received a pass from finals, this week is going to be stressful for Pensacola State College students. Late night cram sessi ...

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