Saturday , 18 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 ...

Honoring Black History Month; Inspiring facts to remember throughout the year

Honoring Black History Month; Inspiring facts to remember throughout the year

By Kelli Green In February Americans and Canadians celebrate Black History Month. In honor of that celebration here are a few interesting black history facts. During the Haitian r ...

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Citizens of Pensacola enjoy Martin Luther King Jr. parade

Citizens of Pensacola enjoy Martin Luther King Jr. parade

By Kelli Green Last Monday, January 18, we celebrated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This was the thirtieth year of the celebration commemorating the leader who would ...

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Obama Launches Plan to Make College More Affordable

Obama Launches Plan to Make College More Affordable

By Selina Iglesias As of this January, Americans could be able to attend two-year colleges without any tuition costs thanks to a plan proposed by President Barack Obama. Adapted f ...

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PSC Students Create Mini-Media Campaigns

PSC Students Create Mini-Media Campaigns

By Abigail Megginson The students in the Fall 2014 Public Speaking class completed unique group projects, or “Mini Media” campaigns, that bring awareness to campus sexual violence ...

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Blue Angels

Blue Angels

by Jessica Echerri Anyone in the vicinity of Naval Air Station Pensacola (NASP) Nov. 8 and 9 was familiar with the sound of F/A-18 Super Hornets breaking the sound barrier as they ...

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Native American Heritage in PSC Library

Native American Heritage in PSC Library

by Brooke Thomas November might be known for Thanksgiving and the start of a crazy holiday shopping season, but it also is Native American Heritage month. If you've been to the li ...

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3-D Printer Adds Depth to Science Dept.

3-D Printer Adds Depth to Science Dept.

by Abigail Megginson Printing something has never been so much fun. The 3-D printer is like something you’d imagine in a sci-fi movie. It can print 3-D objects that you can actual ...

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Spring Term Registration Now Open

Spring Term Registration Now Open

By Jake Morris Registration for the spring term began November 3, and students have until December 4 to pay tuition and fees. Online registration started after midnight on Novembe ...

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Planned Renovations to the PSC Planetarium

Planned Renovations to the PSC Planetarium

by Abigail Megginson Since 1993, the Planetarium has been one of the highlights of Pensacola State College. It has provided high quality educational video viewing experiences for ...

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Lunar Eclipse Amazes Many

Lunar Eclipse Amazes Many

by Spenser Garber On the morning of October 8, the Earth’s shadow passed over the surface of the moon, causing a lunar eclipse. Many people across North America watched in amazeme ...

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