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Get Your “SWERVE” On

Get Your “SWERVE” On

By Nathaniel Benge Pensacola State College is proud to have The Swerve Dance Company of Pensacola as a part of the various extracurricular activities students can take part in, th ...

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Pensacola State Develops New Text Message Alert System

Pensacola State Develops New Text Message Alert System

By Selina Iglesias On a rainy, dreary Monday, Pensacola State student Joshua Sanderson pulled into the parking spaces by Building 21, witnessing a frustrating sight around the cam ...

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The ISIS Crisis

The ISIS Crisis

by Saleem Krichi The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) was created as a strong military force during the fight against the current Syrian regime under the leadership of Dr. I ...

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Help Wanted; Job Fair Friday

Help Wanted; Job Fair Friday

by Abigail Megginson If you’re looking for a job, the Career Fair may be your best bet. This Friday, September 26, PSC is co-hosting the 6th Annual Fall Community Career Fair with ...

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West Nile Virus Strikes Again

West Nile Virus Strikes Again

By Abigail Megginson Mosquitoes are infamous for the itchy red bumps they cause us, but they also can carry and transmit viruses. One of those is the West Nile Virus (WNV).  After ...

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PSC Warrington campus flood photos

PSC Warrington campus flood photos

Photos by SA McMillan Click on photos to enlarge   ...

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Serious weather does big damage in Pensacola

Serious weather does big damage in Pensacola

by Ally Doty When it rains, it pours. And pours. And pours.  And it’s safe to say it poured incessantly in Pensacola the night of April 29, and the record-breaking amount of ...

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Tattoo Tuesday

Tattoo Tuesday

By: Timothy Chandler There seems to be two kinds of people in this world: those with tattoos and those without tattoos and each one of them has their own opinion about getting a p ...

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Walter Spara Writing Contest Moved to the Fall, but Open for Submissions

Walter Spara Writing Contest Moved to the Fall, but Open for Submissions

By Rebecca Juntunen Traditionally, the PSC English Department has held the Walter F. Spara writing in the spring, however, the 2014 contest is experiencing a few changes and will ...

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In search of solution, homelessness expert gives talk at City Council

In search of solution, homelessness expert gives talk at City Council

by T. Cummings The Pensacola City Council hosted a talk on homelessness on March 12 led by homelessness expert and former White House Fellow Dr. Robert Marbut. The event, held in ...

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