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Student Success: tips on surviving college life

Student Success: tips on surviving college life

By Tracey Squaire Graphic by Nicole Durst If you’re reading this, it likely means that you were either desperate enough, foolish enough, or brave enough to take summer classes. Do ...

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Shoebox App Review

Shoebox App Review

Izzy McGowan Shoebox is a useful app that everyone can use because of its purpose. The use of Shoebox is to create more storage on your electronic device, such as your phone or ta ...

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Bastion Game Review

Bastion Game Review

By Tracey Squaire “Bastion” is an indie, action RPG that immerses the player into a world that has been broken apart by unknown hands. An event, called The Calamity, has destroyed ...

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BigOven App Review

BigOven App Review

By Lauren Henderson            Whether you’ve been in the kitchen for five minutes or fifty years the cooking app “Big Oven” is the app for you! “Big Oven” is an app used to make ...

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Taking the roommate gamble

Taking the roommate gamble

Rebounding from bad roommates, bonding with good roommates By Lauren Henderson There is the neat freak, the slob, the gamer, the partier, or even the know it all. Whichever type o ...

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The Arc Gateway Program for Adult Learning and Support (PALS)

The Arc Gateway Program for Adult Learning and Support (PALS)

By Jennifer Tonnaer Pensacola State College is home to the Arc Gateway Program for Adult Learning and Support (PALS), a unique program that offers customized training for adults 1 ...

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National Novel Writing Month

National Novel Writing Month

By Tracey Squaire This month is National Novel Writing Month, so grab your laptops and flock to the nearest coffee shop! National Novel Writing Month, coined NaNoWriMo by hardcore ...

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Typography New Orleans Trip

Typography New Orleans Trip

By Bara'ah Jaraiseh After meeting Eve Rutledge, a hand rendering type designer, at a Type-Con conference, Pensacola State College graphic design professor Mark Hopkins contemplate ...

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Students “honored, humbled” by Student Excellence Awards

Students “honored, humbled” by Student Excellence Awards

By Jennifer Tonnaer Every school year, Pensacola State College (PSC) recognizes outstanding students with the Student Excellence Awards Ceremony. This year’s ceremony, held April ...

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Summer Courses, Yay or Nay?

Summer Courses, Yay or Nay?

By Kimberly Bogers When a college student thinks of summer, there are a variety of things that could cross his or her mind: spending time at the beach, hanging out with friends, t ...

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