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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. I ...

  • Sneakerheads of PSC

    Sneakerheads of PSC

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOFTsfwzQ0k ...

  • 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. ...

  • 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 be ...

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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Sneakerheads of PSC

Sneakerheads of PSC

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOFTsfwzQ0k ...

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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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Music Review: Sia – The Greatest

Music Review: Sia – The Greatest

Image Courtesy of RCA Records By Matthew Daniels With her recent single, The Greatest, Sia throws the listener a thrilling beat and gives them the stamina that’s felt in the song. ...

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Hello Dolly Play Review

Hello Dolly Play Review

By: Anna Johnson With characters, costumes and a set as colorful as the play itself, Hello, Dolly! is sure to catch your eye. Directed by Rodney Whatley, this rendition of the cla ...

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Amateur astronomers celebrate 40 years

Amateur astronomers celebrate 40 years

By Becca Carlson September 30 marked the 40th Anniversary of the partnership between The Escambia Amateur Astronomy Association (EAAA) and Gulf Islands National Seashore. The part ...

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Rocking the Crystal Coast

Rocking the Crystal Coast

  By Becca Carlson Nestled comfortably in the heart of the Southern music scene, Pensacola musicians draw influences from nearby music capitals such as New Orleans, Atlanta, ...

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Party in the USA

Party in the USA

Election highlights conflicts caused by years of shifting ideologies within America’s dominant political parties. By: Michael Blackwell and Kelli Green   This election season ...

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