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Ashmore Auditorium holds festival of student-directed One Act Plays

by Sebastian Gordon On April 19th and 20th, the Directing 1 Class presented “Close Contact,” A Festival Series of One Acts. It was held at the Ashmore Auditorium and was held exclusively for PSC students and faculty. The show was comprised of ten individual one acts.  Both nights consisted of five stories which ranged from...

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Even during COVID-19, art flourishes

By Kevin Thomas With quarantine in full effect for at least eight months now, many people are adjusting to the new normal. People are used to working from home, students have started adjusting to their Zoom meetings, and businesses are opening up albeit relatively hesitantly.  One field that has had an iffy time recovering during...

PSC welcomes Dog-tor Rudy
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PSC welcomes Dog-tor Rudy

Pensacola State College’s Wellness Services welcomes Rudy the VIII, a two-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever.  Rudy will provide help and ensure mental well-being for students who are facing challenges that might affect their academic performance and will provide a sense of safety.  He assists handler Brittney Clark during her work as a mental health coordinator by...

The Old Geezer: Adopt greyhounds, make fast friends
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The Old Geezer: Adopt greyhounds, make fast friends

By Rachel Giordano           Have you ever rescued a greyhound? If not, you’re missing out on a gentle companion that could change both of your lives for the better.           Florida’s recent election allowed voters to decide if greyhound racing should be banned.        ...

Club Spotlight:  The African-American Student Association
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Club Spotlight: The African-American Student Association

By Jaylen Boyd           The African -American Student Association(AASA) is part of a larger group. This organization is the Florida African-American Student Association (FAASA).           The group often travels out to institutions where they meet with other regions and their colleges. The fall leadership institution is coming up and the group...

PSC’s Got Talent!
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PSC’s Got Talent!

By Sarah Richards Eleven contestants participated in PSC’s Got Talent!, sponsored by Student Activities and put on by the Assistant Coordinator of Student Engagement & Leadership, Jessi Brown. Abigail Bott won first place for her rendition of “I’d Rather Be Me” (featured in the original Broadway cast of Mean Girls, sang by Barrett Wilbert Weed)....

Speak up, vote, voice your opinion
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Speak up, vote, voice your opinion

Floridians have an important decision to make this November when they head to the polls, and it’s not just to elect the state’s governor. If you choose, you can restore a felon’s right to vote. The Voting Restoration Amendment, which will be amendment number 4 on the ballot, will give voters the chance to decide...