Thursday , 23 November 2017

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  • Tradition or Torment: A path to heal

    Tradition or Torment: A path to heal

    By Chris Sharp and Travis Hajenga In 1975, members of the Ku Klux Klan rallied together in downtown Pensacola to protest the changing of Escambia High’s mascot from the “Rebels” to ...

  • PSC preps students for future success

    PSC preps students for future success

    By Becca Carlson Given the recent School.com ranking of third best public state colleges in Florida, it’s no surprise that Pensacola State College has many student success stories. ...

  • Journalist Leonard Pitts urges student political involvement

    Journalist Leonard Pitts urges student political involvement

    By Barron Demons Pulitzer Prize winner and bestselling author Leonard Pitts shared his views on our divided society at the WSRE Amos Studio. On August 30th, the syndicated columnis ...

  • PSC Ranks 3rd in Florida

    PSC Ranks 3rd in Florida

    Dr. Edward Meadows proud of college’s student successes By Becca Carlson Pensacola State College is ranked number 3 in affordability, student-faculty ratio, graduation rates, and u ...

Local women of color come together for an artistic celebration of culture , love, and understanding.

Local women of color come together for an artistic celebration of culture , love, and understanding.

    By Charles Davis III   Friday February 8th at the local bar Chizuko, located at 506 W Belmont St, several women came together with a shared goal: to show the lo ...

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The woman who turned the world on with her smile.

The woman who turned the world on with her smile.

By: Nahomi Sanchez Mary Tyler Moore, a beloved actress, has passed away at 80 on January 25, 2017. Mary Tyler Moore was an inspirational actress during her time. Born in Brooklyn ...

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Keeping STEM alive: growing minds, and the future.

Keeping STEM alive: growing minds, and the future.

By: Katelyn Bailey With our whole world fueled by technological innovation, one would think people would be all over the idea of seeking a degree where all the money and benefits ...

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Islamophobia is alive in America

Islamophobia is alive in America

Students reveal what the media doesn't show about Muslim Americans By Sean Minton Alaa Ibrahim spends most of her free time at school socializing and relaxing with her friends in ...

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Women’s March in Pensacola FL

Women’s March in Pensacola FL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RsV4KevRtmI   ...

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Election 2016: More than just Donkeys and Elephants

Election 2016: More than just Donkeys and Elephants

  Down with the two party system By Sean Minton and Becca Carlson It is important for everyone to know exactly who is running for the office of President of the United States ...

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Sonia Manzano Captivates Pensacola

Sonia Manzano Captivates Pensacola

By: Kelli Green On the evening of September 13th, 2016, Sonia Manzano stepped into the VIP room a little after 6:00 p.m. She was dressed in a black dress, red blazer and black and ...

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Actress and Victim Advocate, Theresa Saldana Dies At 61.

Actress and Victim Advocate, Theresa Saldana Dies At 61.

Actress and author of, Beyond Survival, Theresa Saldana has died at 61. Saldana's most famous roles include, Raging Bull(1980) in which she played Joe Pesci's wife. She was also i ...

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First to come, first to go… Plans for demolition and reconstruction of building 1

First to come, first to go… Plans for demolition and reconstruction of building 1

By Kimberly Bogers     Many things have changed on Pensacola State College’s Pensacola campus since its creation in 1957: students have come and gone, old teachers have retired, n ...

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Viola Liuzzo: Civil rights activist, courageous woman, incredible inspiration

Viola Liuzzo: Civil rights activist, courageous woman, incredible inspiration

By Kelli Green On March 7th, 1965, several men, women and children in Selma, AL began their march to the state capitol in Montgomery. The black citizens of Selma had grown weary o ...

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