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  • #MeToo makes waves on campus

    #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 goi ...

  • March for Our Lives

    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 ...

  • American Creed addresses national crisis

    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 discuss ...

  • Students need to know campus safety protocol

    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 surrou ...

#MeToo makes waves on campus

#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 go ...

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March for Our Lives

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 unti ...

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American Creed addresses national crisis

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 discus ...

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Students need to know campus safety protocol

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 surro ...

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Eileen Myles reads, writes, inspires poetry

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 Lyc ...

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Visual Arts students crush ADDY competition

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 ...

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PSC reveals new art gallery; brings culture to campus

PSC reveals new art gallery; brings culture to campus

By Donny T. West Construction of the Charles W. Lamar Studio is now complete and open to students and the community. The Lamar, Switzer and Reilly families- all descendants of Lam ...

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Food pantry available to students

Food pantry available to students

SGA offers assistance, encourages students to donate By Donny T. West A lot of college students are going hungry. The PSC Student Government Association is here to help. Today, it ...

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Pensacola State presents Black History

Pensacola State presents Black History

By Jay Pham In honor of Black History Month, Pensacola State College (PSC) presented two plays directed by Lawrence Gamell, Jr. The plays illustrated the lives of influential blac ...

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Meltdown and Spectre put online info at risk

Meltdown and Spectre put online info at risk

By Jacob Defosse Recent news of Meltdown and Spectre, advanced computer viruses, has hit citizens with an enormous amount of data loss. Because of this, many people are being robb ...

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