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Spring Term Registration Now Open
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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 November 3 and extends through the start of classes next term on January 7, 2015. Students registering in person can speak with a counselor and complete the process...

Planned Renovations to the PSC Planetarium
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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 viewers of all ages for 20 years. However, it’s due for a bit of a makeover. Billy Jackson, the Distance Learning Specialist at PSC spoke about the renovations...

Lunar Eclipse Amazes Many
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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 amazement as the moon turned a vibrant red for a couple of hours. The start of the eclipse was at 4:20 A.M. and lasted until...

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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, though few students know of its existence. The company was established in 1996 and now is currently under the artistic direction of Ms. Beth Bradford and...

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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 campus from his windshield. Rain poured from the sky, flooding the sidewalks and grass, leaving very little opportunity to make it to the library dry. “Is class cancelled?”...

The ISIS Crisis
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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. Ibrahim al-Badri al-Samarrai, aka Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. ISIS gained control of parts of Northern and Eastern Syria and quickly moved over to gain control of Northern Iraq...

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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 Career Source Escarosa. The fair will be located in the AMOS studio in the WSRE building next to the PSC library, and it...

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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 first being detected in North America in 1999, the WNV has spread across the U.S. The recent outbreak of the WNV in the...

Serious weather does big damage in Pensacola
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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 rainfall caused serious damage to the community, including some parts of Pensacola State College. Saleem Krichi, a sophomore at PSC and SGA president,...