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Better safe than sorry, know HIV status
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Better safe than sorry, know HIV status

Free HIV tests available on campus for all By Becca Carlson and Sean Minton At the beginning of 1980, AIDS was practically unheard of but by the end of 1981 50,280 cases of the disease had been reported throughout the United States. Closing out 1992, that number jumped to 202,520 people. This epidemic has dwindled...

Let them Eat Pi!
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Let them Eat Pi!

By Charles Davis III If you happen to be walking through the student center and wonder about all of the activities that were going on, they were apart of the math department’s celebration of National Pi Day!   National Pi Day is the celebration of the mathematical term Pi (π) which is celebrated March 14,...

Fewer Carbon Footprints in the Sand
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Fewer Carbon Footprints in the Sand

Ocean Hour Cleans Up While Taking Out the Trash By Sara Richards Ocean Hour is the world’s first international weekly cleanup and has partnered with Earth Ethics and the Pensacola Scenic Highway Foundation to help beautify Pensacola and maintain the home of locals and haven of tourists.  Every Saturday from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m., at...

The woman who turned the world on with her smile.
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The woman who turned the world on with her smile.

By: Nahomi Sanchez Mary Tyler Moore, a beloved actress, has passed away at 80 on January 25, 2017. Mary Tyler Moore was an inspirational actress during her time. Born in Brooklyn Heights on December 29, 1936 she lived with her mother and father, and 3 siblings. Wanting to pursue a career in acting at a...

Keeping STEM alive: growing minds, and the future.
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Keeping STEM alive: growing minds, and the future.

By: Katelyn Bailey With our whole world fueled by technological innovation, one would think people would be all over the idea of seeking a degree where all the money and benefits are, and that field is computer science. Last year however only about 43,000 students graduated with a degree in Computer Science to fill the...

Islamophobia is alive in America
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Islamophobia is alive in America

Students reveal what the media doesn’t show about Muslim Americans By Sean Minton Alaa Ibrahim spends most of her free time at school socializing and relaxing with her friends in the Student Center. Never could she have thought that her peaceful time could turn into a battleground of hate. Ibrahim is like any other teenager...

Election 2016: More than just Donkeys and Elephants
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Election 2016: More than just Donkeys and Elephants

  Down with the two party system By Sean Minton and Becca Carlson It is important for everyone to know exactly who is running for the office of President of the United States before heading to the voting booth this November. All attention seems to be focused on the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican...

Sonia Manzano Captivates Pensacola
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Sonia Manzano Captivates Pensacola

By: Kelli Green On the evening of September 13th, 2016, Sonia Manzano stepped into the VIP room a little after 6:00 p.m. She was dressed in a black dress, red blazer and black and white heels that certainly turned heads. The people in the room welcomed Ms. Manzano, introducing themselves, taking photos and making small...