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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 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 ...

  • 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 Lyce ...

  • 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 B ...

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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PJC offers free tax service to local citizens

PJC offers free tax service to local citizens

  Adriana Dueck-The Corsair From now until April 14, PJC is reaching out to residents who make less than $49,000 per year for the chance to get their taxes completed for free. PJC ...

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PJC’s WSRE worried about ‘confident’ bill passing through the Senate

PJC’s WSRE worried about ‘confident’ bill passing through the Senate

Nick Alford-The Corsair A bill has been introduced to the Florida Legislature that could take funding from PJC’s own WSRE, along with the other 13 PBS stations in the state of Flo ...

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Plans revealed for South Santa Rosa Center

Plans revealed for South Santa Rosa Center

Nick Alford-The Corsair Pensacola Junior College is moving forward with its plans for the South Santa Rosa Center. The center is to be located on 110 acres in the south end of San ...

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PJC name change postponed until 2011

PJC name change postponed until 2011

Madelain Tigano-The Corsair PJC’s Board of Trustees approved Pensacola State College as the college’s new name on Jan. 19. However, the college must first be allowed to offer four ...

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A living legend

A living legend

Gemalie Perez-The Corsair Every year a new thread of inductees are selected for the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) hall of fame. As of the new year, PJC’s at ...

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PJC plans to drop ‘Junior’ from name

PJC plans to drop ‘Junior’ from name

MADELAIN TIGANO The New Year could bring a new look for PJC as it considers a possible name change along with offering baccalaureate degrees this fall. "I have PJC penciled in a b ...

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