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Rebekah Bydlak speaks at PSC
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Rebekah Bydlak speaks at PSC

By Mae Flener            Former Florida House candidate and PSC alum Rebekah Bydlak made an appearance Tuesday afternoon as part of the Students for Liberty’s “Spotlight on Local” series. The event was put together by the chairman of Students for Liberty, Daniel Palmer.           Bydlak came into the auditorium of her...

Going platinum:  PSC celebrates 70th anniversary
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Going platinum:  PSC celebrates 70th anniversary

By Sarah Richards Pensacola State College (PSC) celebrated its 70th anniversary September 13th with a week-long series of fortunate events.  These included a Bill Clover tribute, a WSRE in-studio anniversary show, meet-and-greets with PSC athletes and coaches, cake cuttings, and the opportunity to have your picture taken with the PSC pirate in the student union....

Grand opening: VUB/TRIO continues their march of excellence
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Grand opening: VUB/TRIO continues their march of excellence

By Josh McQueen “Thank You for Your Service,” is a phrase often heard by every single veteran. Yet, ideally, what honors a veteran’s service is to provide an atmosphere that helps to foster their honor.  Veteran’s Upward Bound (VUB) with TRIO at Pensacola State College (PSC) has succeeded in fulfilling its vow to honor veterans...

#MeToo makes waves on campus
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#MeToo makes waves on campus

Students, faculty deliberate significance of movement By Donny T. West There’s a movement growing that’s changing everything. It started with Weinstein, then Spacey, eventually going so far that it’s shaken up our political system, bringing down big names in every industry. But something else happened. Regular women who were not actresses or politicians began to...

March for Our Lives
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March for Our Lives

By Donny T. West It’s no secret. There’s a conversation about gun violence going on right now that many are taking part in. We’ve had this talk before, only for it to go away until the next shooting. But this time, it’s different. Students are getting active in politics on a scale not seen since...

American Creed addresses national crisis
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American Creed addresses national crisis

By Becca Carlson WSRE hosted an advanced screening of the new PBS documentary “American Creed” on Tuesday, Feb. 25 in the Jean and Paul Amos Performance Studio. A community discussion moderated by Dr. Douglas Mock, a Pensacola State College instructor, followed the viewing with special guests Terrence Davenport and Tegan Griffith, both featured in the...

Students need to know campus safety protocol
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Students need to know campus safety protocol

By Anthony Sevilla In the wake of the Parkland shooting that left 17 people dead, students are worried about campus safety and find themselves checking the security of their surroundings. Out of this senseless tragedy sprouts a very important question: would we be ready in the case of a school shooting? Preparedness in a crisis...

Eileen Myles reads, writes, inspires poetry
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Eileen Myles reads, writes, inspires poetry

By Sarah Richards Renowned poet and novelist, Eileen Myles, treated Pensacola State College to a trio of culture, creativity, and conversation, beginning with a reading at the Lyceum on Feb. 8. On Feb. 9, a workshop was held in the library and an informal interview with Jamey Jones, PSC poetry and literature professor, at the...

Visual Arts students crush ADDY competition
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Visual Arts students crush ADDY competition

By Becca Carlson Pensacola State College (PSC) visual arts students won 76 awards out of 175 entries at the recent gala, formerly known as the ADDYs, held at the Hilton Pensacola Beach Hotel. Zach Blessing and Kelly Bestgen each won a prestigious Judge’s Choice Award Feb. 17. This was Daniela de Castro’s first time to...