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Talented PSC students shine through Covid

by Nik Randall The 3rd Annual PSC’s Got Talent Show was produced by Pensacola State College’s Office of Student Engagement and Leadership and provided an evening filled with entertainment for students, faculty, and other special guests in attendance for the exciting event on February 19.  The talent show was hosted by Keyaundra Mobley, the President...

PSCFA protest against board’s in person class decision
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PSCFA protest against board’s in person class decision

Faculty Members in the Pensacola State College Faculty Association (PSCFA) Union, along with supporters, performed a protest parade of vehicles at the PSC Warrington Campus before the PSC board of trustees meeting took place February 16.  Union President Deborah McClintock led the rally and was joined by United Faculty of Florida President Karen Morian, who...

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Addy Awards go digital

The American Advertising Federation of Pensacola (AAF) hosted their annual American Advertisement Award or Addy Gala Friday, February 26th. However, this years’ gala was different; amidst COVID-19 and social distancing, this event was held online. Professionals and students gathered in front of their computer screens and watched. Pensacola State College took home three judges’ choice...

AD Bill Hamilton announces retirement
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AD Bill Hamilton announces retirement

On January 15th, Athletics Director Bill Hamilton announced his retirement from Pensacola State College during a press conference in the Hartsell Arena gym. Hamilton has served in PSC’s athletic department for over 30 years; 10 of those years were spent as both the head baseball coach and an athletics coordinator. Hamilton had plans to retire...

PSC welcomes Dog-tor Rudy
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PSC welcomes Dog-tor Rudy

Pensacola State College’s Wellness Services welcomes Rudy the VIII, a two-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever.  Rudy will provide help and ensure mental well-being for students who are facing challenges that might affect their academic performance and will provide a sense of safety.  He assists handler Brittney Clark during her work as a mental health coordinator by...

PSC perseveres despite Sally’s destruction
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PSC perseveres despite Sally’s destruction

The students and staff of Pensacola State College (PSC) held their breath as Hurricane Sally began her devastating path of destruction through Northwest Florida September 16. The bands surrounding Hurricane Sally lashed at the coastlines for over 24 hours, causing life-threatening six-foot coastal storm surges as it stalled over the ocean.

Nursing graduates attend annual Pinning Ceremony
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Nursing graduates attend annual Pinning Ceremony

By: Madeline Hicks The annual nurse pinning ceremony accredited 20 nursing graduates at Brownsville Church July 30.   Dean of Health Sciences, Dr. Sluder, congratulated the students and gave recognition to the professors who led the way.  PSC President Dr. Ed Meadows highlighted the peculiarity of the circumstances in light of COVID-19. “The field that you’re...

Episode 2: R&R&R
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Episode 2: R&R&R

Shea and Veronica talk about the most important meal of the day….Lunch. Click here to download Pirate’s Parlay Episode 2: “R&R&R”