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Meltdown and Spectre put online info at risk
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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 robbed of their personal information, including their banking account information. People can’t simply brush off this issue. Users need to be informed that what is going...

Eileen Myles to visit PSC
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Eileen Myles to visit PSC

By Alana Dutson & Georgana Hess Pensacola State College (PSC) welcomes award-winning poet and novelist, Eileen Myles Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ashmore Auditorium. The feminist icon prefers to use genderneutral personal pronouns such as they, them and their in place of she or he. “Really Myles is an iconoclast in many ways....

American Creed to bring conversation to WSRE
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American Creed to bring conversation to WSRE

By Maria Del Aguila & Donny T. West People are talking about how Americans are politically divided. It is timely that the new documentary film “American Creed” asks, “In a fractured nation, what ideals do we share in common?” The first public viewing will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 15 in the...

PSC student work displayed at PNAS
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PSC student work displayed at PNAS

Graphic design seniors open exhibit of WWI inspired pieces By Georgana Hess The 2017 Pensacola State College Bachelor of Applied Science Graphic Design graduating class has opened a new exhibit at the Pensacola Naval Aviation Museum at PNAS. The exhibit features graphic design art from the seniors in the program. Mark Hopkins asks his students...

Hurricane Review dazzles in white
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Hurricane Review dazzles in white

Student editors help renowned poets shine By Sarah Richards Hurricane Review, Pensacola State College’s national, annual literary arts journal, made it s dazzling debut No v. 30th, in the Anna Lamar Switzer building. Jamey Jones, Northwest Florida Poet Laureate and Literature professor, along with the rest of the Hurricane staff, decided to go the minimalist...

Investigating the investigation
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Investigating the investigation

Rep. Gaetz introduces anti-Robert Mueller bill, asks for special counsel resignation By Jay Phillips Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida’s District-1 introduced a bill on Nov. 3 calling for the resignation of Special Counsel head Robert Mueller due to his alleged lack of intervention in the 2010 Uranium One Deal. This deal allowed a Russian based...

All aboard the Ehr-force
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All aboard the Ehr-force

Phil Ehr is set to give Florida’s 1st Congressional District a reason to go blue. By Jay Phillips Florida’s first congressional district spans from Florida’s westernmost border to Walton County. The district known to favor Republican representatives on just about every level is set to receive a decent amount of opposition from Democrats in 2018...

Pirates can set sail to FSU Panama City
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Pirates can set sail to FSU Panama City

PSC students now have direct connection to FSU By Jay Phillips An articulation agreement was signed on Oct 24 by Pensacola State College’s (PSC) President, Dr. Edward Meadows, and Florida State University (FSU) Panama City and College of Applied Sciences’ Dean, Randy Hanna in the Bartfield Administration Building’s Trustees Conference Room. Thanks to this agreement,...

PSC publications sweep competition
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PSC publications sweep competition

The Corsair, The Kilgore Review win awards By Barron Demons Students of Pensacola State College publications The Corsair and The Kilgore Review have a renewed sense of pride after winning numerous awards at the Florida College System Publication Association Conference in Orlando. The Kilgore Review, advised by Michael Will, competed and won first place overall...

Tradition or Torment: A path to heal
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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 what is now the “Gators.” Forty-two years later, Pensacola finds itself in a similar predicament with a Confederate statue in Lee Square. The conflict...