Equality Act must pass

In the coming weeks, the House and Senate will hear debate over the Equality Act, which greatly expands the legal rights of gay, lesbian, and transgender people.  A huge political battle is brewing over this legislation, and over the next few weeks, you’re sure to hear the right throw out all their old talking points in a barrage of vile...

Lewallyn, Angus open up about AD

The spring sports season opened with a passing of the guard as new athletic directors took over PSC’s athletics department. Coach Bryan Lewallyn and Coach Lindsey Angus now serve as the Athletic Director and Associate athletics director. Both coaches have continued to serve as the head coaches of their prospective sports teams. Coach Lewallyn serves as the head baseball coach...

Lewallyn and Angus to take helm as PSC’s Athletic Directors.

Lewallyn and Angus to take helm as PSC’s Athletic Directors.

Head baseball coach Bryan Lewallyn and Head softball coach Lyndsey Angus were named with the athletic director and assistant athletic director responsible for PSC athletics at a press conference Wednesday, January 20. PSC’s President, Dr.Ed Meadows, highly recommended Lewallyn and Angus for the positions.  Meadows said.“He has shown an incredible ability to lead since he returned to us as a...

Email is no longer enough

PSC needs to step up its communication game.  In a world full of advancing technology, it should be expected that an institution in charge of educating young minds would be fully intent on keeping with the times.  Instead, there’s a serious disconnect between administration and the student body, stemming from their differences in communication. It’s not that PSC doesn’t have...

Gatwood illuminates social issues

Gatwood illuminates social issues

Acclaimed feminist poet, public educator, and activist Olivia Gatwood read to Pensacola State College students via Zoom webinar Wednesday, January 20. When a worldwide pandemic is not hindering her, Gatwood works as a full-time touring artist and educator, teaching workshops on the creative process for writers and providing lectures on Title IX initiatives, proactive solutions to sexual assaults on campuses,...

The Corsair, Kilgore bring home virtual excellence

On Friday January 29, The Corsair staff virtually attended their annual conference for the Florida College Systems Activities Association (FCSAA). Normally, they would travel to Tampa with a small platoon of the finest writers and artists PSC has to offer for a weekend of real ted talk level discussions with experts in the collective field of Journalism. However, the travel...

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 this period, however, were the...

AD Bill Hamilton announces retirement

AD Bill Hamilton announces retirement

On January 15th, Athletics Director Bill Hamilton announced his retirement from Pensacola State College during a press conference in the Hartsell Arena gym. Hamilton has served in PSC’s athletic department for over 30 years; 10 of those years were spent as both the head baseball coach and an athletics coordinator. Hamilton had plans to retire later on down the road,...

PSC welcomes Dog-tor Rudy

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 responding to some of the...