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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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With smashed cars and pies, students relieve stress during midterms

With smashed cars and pies, students relieve stress during midterms

by Rebecca Juntunen Every college student faces stress during midterm week, and there’s nothing like heaving a pie at someone’s face or smashing apart a car to help relieve that s ...

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MTV Dating Star Visits Pensacola State College

MTV Dating Star Visits Pensacola State College

By: Ally Doty “Give anyone five minutes of your time,” was one of MTV dating coach Adam Ladolce’s favorite pieces of advice to give during his one-hour presentation on ‘Being the ...

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Pirates Basketball Wins First tournament Game Since 1998

Pirates Basketball Wins First tournament Game Since 1998

By: Ally Doty The Pensacola State College men’s basketball team headed to Ocala, FL on Monday, March 3 to compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association State Tournam ...

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Long-running Lumberjack Festival educates with side of competition

Long-running Lumberjack Festival educates with side of competition

by Savana Morie The sun shined bright on Pensacola State College’s Milton campus last Saturday, March 1, making it a seemingly perfect day for people of all ages to come enjoy the ...

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AmeriCorps VISTA program Joins Forces with Mayor for Blanket Drive

AmeriCorps VISTA program Joins Forces with Mayor for Blanket Drive

By Rebecca Juntunen You don’t have to walk too far in Pensacola to find a homeless man or woman standing on the roadside. It isn’t uncommon, either, to see them huddled on park be ...

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Artist Jo Stealey visits PSC; work on display at Switzer Center

Artist Jo Stealey visits PSC; work on display at Switzer Center

by Savana Morie Students and faculty of Pensacola State College came together last Thursday, Feb. 20, to honor this year’s Switzer Distinguished Artist Jo Stealey, who considered ...

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Gallery Night, Pensacon a hit with visitors, cosplayers and fans

Gallery Night, Pensacon a hit with visitors, cosplayers and fans

by Alexis Lugo Pensacon and cosplay enthusiasts livened up Gallery Night on Palafox Street on Feb. 21 with theme parties and costumes. Venues such as O’Riley’s, World of Beer and ...

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