Friday , 17 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 ...

PJC designates areas on campuses to recyle paper goods

PJC designates areas on campuses to recyle paper goods

Sep 11 2006 12:00AM In an effort to control some of the paper volume across campus, City Waste has placed 96 gallon containers throughout the campuses.  These bins are only for pa ...

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Patience for Parking

Patience for Parking

Heather Madden Sep 11 2006 12:00AM Every school morning Beth Gindl, a 19-year old student at PJC, wakes up an extra 20 minutes early to arrive on the Pensacola PJC campus 30 minut ...

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Patience for parking

Patience for parking

Heather Madden Published: September 11, 2006 Every school morning Beth Gindl, a 19-year old student at PJC, wakes up an extra 20 minutes early to arrive on the Pensacola PJC campu ...

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Renewed philosophy club attempts to answer life’s tough questions

Renewed philosophy club attempts to answer life’s tough questions

Michael Colonna Published: August 23, 2005 Have you ever wondered why it is we're here?  Do our lives have a purpose?  Is there a blueprint for humanity or are we completely free ...

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Student serves her community

Student serves her community

Josh Wilks Published: January 21 2004 She's the first to admit she's a talker.  But the talent of effectively communicating with all kinds of people has led PJC student and alumna ...

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New crochet team takes off at PJC

New crochet team takes off at PJC

Brain McLellan Published: March 30 2005 The latest craze around the Lou Ross Center is the newest championship-caliber team. The PJC crochet team has started the season with a 4-2 ...

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Propagangda

Propagangda

OfCorsair Village Idiot VS OfCorsair Slave Writer Publlished: March 30 2005 Hilary Duff is a good role model for girls Hilary Duff provides an example for young girls to follow.  ...

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Fascists overtake Honors Room, plan revolt

Fascists overtake Honors Room, plan revolt

Moria Daily Published: March 30 2005 The Robinson Scholars Reading Room, commonly known as "the Honors Room," is now the meeting place for The Zeemhoneats, a fascist underground o ...

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Student serves her community

Student serves her community

Josh Wilks Published: January 21, 2004 She's the first to admit she's a talker.  But the talent of effectively communicating with all kinds of people has led PJC student and alumn ...

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I want to be famous

I want to be famous

James Hagen Published: December 5, 2003 I've come to a horrifying realization.  In this 24-hour entertainment culture we live in, where everyone has their 15 minutes of fame, ever ...

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