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Pensacola State C.A.R.E.S. Week

Pensacola State C.A.R.E.S. Week

by William Patterson Sept. 8-12 is the annual National Suicide Prevention Week  and Pensacola State College is having several events to raise awareness. The events seek to provide ...

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New Science Lab at PSC

New Science Lab at PSC

by Abigail Megginson The students spoke, and PSC responded. Thanks to vocal opinion, PSC has finally added a science lab. The lab opened the 2nd week of class making it relatively ...

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Great Helpful Resources for New Students

Great Helpful Resources for New Students

by William Patterson Pensacola State College offers several different resources for students that need help with math, writing, or just a quiet place to study on the Pensacola Cam ...

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Lunchtime Trivia Challenges Students

Lunchtime Trivia Challenges Students

Student Activities held a lunchtime trivia session in the Student Center on Thursday, August 21, 2014. Four teams of two or three students participated in the event. The four team ...

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‘Big’ The Musical photos

‘Big’ The Musical photos

The 2014 Pensacola State College Summer High School Onstage Workshop performed "Big" The Musical last week. Photos by Monica Wilson ...

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Column: Spurs have the answers, Heat only questions

Column: Spurs have the answers, Heat only questions

by Chris Selbo With the 2014 NBA Finals officially in the books, we’ve come to crown another NBA champion. The San Antonio Spurs have capped off an incredible regular season with ...

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Game Review: Dark Souls II provides compelling experience despite minor shortcomings

Game Review: Dark Souls II provides compelling experience despite minor shortcomings

by Matt Daniel From Software's infamous action-role-playing game Dark Souls made small ripples in the collective gaming consciousness when it was quietly released in 2011. Thanks ...

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Update: After a year of negotiating, PSC faculty vote ‘No’ on contract

Update: After a year of negotiating, PSC faculty vote ‘No’ on contract

by Ben Sheffler While negotiation for the 2013-14 Pensacola State College faculty contract began in February 2013, the academic year for which the contract was meant for is almost ...

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Breaking: After a year of negotiating, PSC faculty vote ‘No’ on contract

Breaking: After a year of negotiating, PSC faculty vote ‘No’ on contract

by Ben Sheffler It’s taken more than a year of negotiation between the Pensacola State College Faculty Association and the PSC administration to come up with a faculty contract, a ...

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Opinion: With new House committee, Congress asking the wrong questions about Benghazi

Opinion: With new House committee, Congress asking the wrong questions about Benghazi

by Spenser Garber On May 8, a House of Representatives select committee was created to do more investigating on the Sept. 11, 2012, U.S. Embassy attack in Benghazi, Libya. It was ...

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