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Student activists use social media

Student activists use social media

In the midst of the midterm elections and various growing movements with America’s youth at the forefront, Pensacola State College (PSC) students are certainly not exempt. Social ...

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Education grows through partnership of UF, PSC

Education grows through partnership of UF, PSC

By Tori Riggs With 23 undergraduate majors and more than 50 areas of specialization, the University of Florida’s (UF’s) College of Agriculture and Life Science (CALS) offers both ...

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Iconic Professor Bill Clover Leaves Lasting Legacy

Iconic Professor Bill Clover Leaves Lasting Legacy

By Sarah Richards When you teach at Pensacola State College for 25 years, you’re considered a legend. Bill Clover did it for 52, passing away May 7, 2018. “Bill Clover built the P ...

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Postcards from Sparrow:  Art on PSC building inspires summer travel

Postcards from Sparrow: Art on PSC building inspires summer travel

By Sparrow Butler When picking a travel destination, the choices can become overwhelming. I mean, how are you supposed to choose between surfing in Costa Rica, hiking the Swiss Al ...

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Robinson Honors Program celebrates athletes

Robinson Honors Program celebrates athletes

By Barron Demons Aminat Jubril and AJ Yates continue to play the sport they love while being members of Pensacola State College’s Robinson Honors Program. Most athletes, whether o ...

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PSC Safety Month Stay Safe Tips

PSC Safety Month Stay Safe Tips

Top 10 Stay Safe Tips By: Nicole Gunter With Pensacola State College kicking off Campus Safety Month March 1st, we compiled a list of Top 10 Safety Tips to keeping yourself safe. ...

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Creating Light from the Dark

Creating Light from the Dark

By: Nicole Gunter The story of Nora Buchanan Nora Buchanan is an international artist and human rights activist from Honduras. She entered The National School of Fine Arts in 1998 ...

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Daylight Saving Time: Where it came from, why it’s still around

Daylight Saving Time: Where it came from, why it’s still around

By Tracey Squaire This past week, clocks everywhere were set back one hour. Many people simply refer to this event as “Daylight Saving Time,” but that is a misconception. Clocks b ...

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First graduating class of PALS students to host events

First graduating class of PALS students to host events

Having a disability, either physical or mental, does not mean that one can’t achieve just as much or more than one without such a disability. Students in Pensacola State College’s ...

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