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Double delight greets viewers of Discovery launch

Double delight greets viewers of Discovery launch

Madelain Tigano-The Corsair Spectators at the Kennedy Space Center got a double treat today as they gathered before dawn to witness the International Space Station cross the moon ...

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Six hours until expected blastoff of Discovery

Six hours until expected blastoff of Discovery

Madelain Tigano-The Corsair Alan Poindexter, PJC alumnus and Commander of the STS-131 Discovery space shuttle, is scheduled to walk out with his crew of seven at 2:34 a.m. EST. Fr ...

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Fueling of the external tank has begun

Fueling of the external tank has begun

At 9:28 p.m. EST, NASA started to fill the external tank attached to Discovery with liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen. The tank is used to fuel the shuttles three main engines wei ...

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NASA informs weather is the only possible delay in STS-131 mission

NASA informs weather is the only possible delay in STS-131 mission

Madelain Tigano-The Corsair Weather may be the only factor for delay in the launch of STS-131, which is scheduled for Monday morning at 6:21 a.m. EST. PJC's alumnus, Alan Poindext ...

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More credits mean more fees

More credits mean more fees

Madelain Tigano-The Corsair Thinking about changing your major?  You might be penalized for that decision under a new state law that went into effect this school year. The Florida ...

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Milton hosts St. Patrick’s Day blood drive

Milton hosts St. Patrick’s Day blood drive

  Cole Simmons - The Corsair   The Student Government Association will be hosting a blood drive on St. Patrick's Day between 9 AM and 1 PM by Milton Campus' building 4200. All blo ...

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Lumberjack festival continues despite program cut

Lumberjack festival continues despite program cut

Nick Alford-The Corsair PJC held the 22nd annual Northwest Florida Forestry Conclave and Lumberjack Festival March 6 on its Milton campus. The festival hosted an assortment of eve ...

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Lady Pirates end season with loss in state semis

Lady Pirates end season with loss in state semis

Madelain Tigano - The Corsair One point. Just one point was the difference in going to the finals or going home. The Pensacola Junior College Lady Pirates lost the semi final roun ...

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Lady Pirates sail past Indian River

Lady Pirates sail past Indian River

Robert Klawitter - The Corsair The PJC Lady Pirates showed they're not ready to go home yet, pulling out a narrow 56-52 victory over Southern Conference Champion Indian River Stat ...

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Legislature looks at bill that may add transportation fees to tuition

Legislature looks at bill that may add transportation fees to tuition

Nick Alford-The Corsair Students at PJC have to pay sev­eral fees per credit hour to attend classes at this school. Including activity fees, financial aid fees, technology fees an ...

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