Stop premature Christmas decorating

Stop premature Christmas decorating

By Mae Flener           It’s late August, and when you walk into Michael’s or Hobby Lobby, the first few rows you see are normal crafting rows; the next few rows over, you let out a sigh of dread. It’s Christmas time at the craft stores. Christmas in mid-August?             You drive down the street in...

Students share poetry

Students share poetry

By Brian Smith           You stand at the front of the audience, sweat building on your palms, the audience is quiet as they wait for you to build up the nerves and begin your speech.           On September 24, students experienced this situation during the Poetry Reading event put on by the Pensacola State College English Department.  These students went...

PSC alumni spotlight:  Sandy Sansing

PSC alumni spotlight:  Sandy Sansing

Sandy Sansing speaks on success By Sarah Richards           Fifty plus years ago, Sandy Sansing was a student at Pensacola State College (PSC).  He went to Pensacola High School and worked at the Jitney Jungle on 12th Avenue, where he bagged groceries on the weekend during his freshman and sophomore years at PSC.             “Back...

86,400 seconds of fear

86,400 seconds of fear

By Aleece Jarman           While most people frantically run from disaster, my boyfriend races towards it.           As the girlfriend of a firefighter, I spend every second while he is on duty constantly worried about what could happen.  Hurricane Michael only increased those feelings.           The night of Tuesday, October 10th, I found it even harder...

Top 10 worst horror movies

Top 10 worst horror movies

          Halloween is the perfect time to watch some horror flicks. However, let’s bring in the movies that you should not watch, but not because they are scary. Oh no, because they are just horrible to watch. Watch these at your leisure because these are terrible. Number 10: “Carrie” (2013)           This...