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Yoga poses to aid stress relief
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Yoga poses to aid stress relief

Step by step guide to yoga relaxation By Melanie Catches Illustrations By Katelyn Bailey Every student experiences some form of stress, but not every student knows how to relieve this stress. Exercise can be a big help when it comes to stress reduction, and yoga is a great exercise to achieve this. The deep breathing,...

The 3rd ranked Lady Pirates look ahead after loss
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The 3rd ranked Lady Pirates look ahead after loss

By: Nicole Gunter and James Phillips   After coming off of a dominant six game winning streak, the Pensacola State Lady Pirates suffered their first in-conference hiccup of the year losing a tight game with rival Northwest Florida State College (71-67).   “They did a better job of being able to control the tempo and...

New Coffee Shop on Campus
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New Coffee Shop on Campus

By Abigail Megginson The students of Pensacola State College (PSC) have been decaffeinated long enough. Coffee Break Cafe, a coffee shop working with The Drowsy Poet Coffee Company, has made its home in the Pensacola campus’s Chadbourne Library. Plans to open Coffee Break Cafe began October 2014. The coffee shop officially opened its doors to...

Men’s Basketball Preview
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Men’s Basketball Preview

by Spenser Garber and Abigail Megginson Kevin Baker (Point Guard, #1) Kevin Baker attended Madison Preparatory High School in St. Louis, Missouri. This is his 2nd year with PSC, but has been playing basketball since he was 5 years old. He says the team is “pretty prepared” for this season. His strengths include getting the...

New Head Basketball Coach Found for Lady Pirates
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New Head Basketball Coach Found for Lady Pirates

By: Ally Doty A new chapter began this week for the Pensacola State College Women’s basketball team when athletic director, Bill Hamilton, hired Clenita “Penny” Jones as the new head coach, taking former coach, Leah Drury’s position after two years of dedication. Jones attended Washington high school and played under one of the most well-known...

Ohio-Chillicothe Brought to Slaughter
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Ohio-Chillicothe Brought to Slaughter

By: Spenser Garber On March 4, 2014, Ohio-Chillicothe University Softball team visited Pensacola State College for a double-header where the Pirates won both games, 16-2 and 17-0. The first game saw a troubling start with 2 runs for the Ohio Hilltoppers and PSC suffered three up and three down in the first inning. Shortly after,...

Pirates Basketball Wins First tournament Game Since 1998
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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 Tournament for the first time since 1998, when they defeated Dayton State College 102-79, but lost their second game, being bumped out of the tournament and went...

PSC Softball Finally Plays Home Game
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PSC Softball Finally Plays Home Game

By: Ally Doty The Pensacola State College Softball Coach, Brenda Pena, and her squad of fourteen ladies hosted a double header with Bishop State Community College Tuesday, Feb. 25 on a rare day in Pensacola where the sun shined brightly and temperatures reached mid-sixties to early seventies. PSC softball rarely had games at home due...

2014 Pirate Invitational
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2014 Pirate Invitational

By: Ally Doty The 2014 Pirate Baseball Invitational took place Saturday, Feb. 22 through Monday, Feb. 24where the Pensacola State College baseball team welcomed four out of city teams and battled their way through the weekend. PSC first played on Saturday morning against the Rend Lake Warriors from Illinois. Rend Lake scored two early runs...

PSC Women’s Basketball Head Coach to Resign
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PSC Women’s Basketball Head Coach to Resign

    By: Ally Doty Leah Drury, the women’s head basketball coach for Pensacola State College, announced her resignation today, Feb. 26, at the Hartsell Arena, which has been her home for the last two years of her coaching career. The event started out lightly, when Bill Hamilton stepped up to the podium and knocked...