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Opinion: Obama’s speech not profound, but mostly true

Opinion: Obama’s speech not profound, but mostly true

BSheffler February 11, 2014 0

by Spenser Garber President Barack Obama went into the State of the Union address with approval ratings lower than ever, according to Gallup polls. Without many big changes in his presidency, other than Medicare,

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In Love with Love

In Love with Love

ADoty February 9, 2014 0

by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… if an ill-advised romance between a lonely-yet-perfect single mother (who has been wronged) and an equally perfect escaped convict (who has also been wronged) sound just like your

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Men’s Basketball Stops Conference Rivals

Men’s Basketball Stops Conference Rivals

ADoty February 7, 2014 0

By: Ally Doty The Pensacola State men’s basketball team battled their rivals, Gulf Coast Community College, in a blood bath battle for sixty minutes in which they endured angry coaches, bad calls and a

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Women’s Basketball Falls to Conference Rivals

Women’s Basketball Falls to Conference Rivals

ADoty February 7, 2014 0

By: Ally Doty The Pensacola State women’s basketball team faced conference rivals, Gulf Coast Community College, on Wed. February 5, 2014 in hopes of grasping their first conference win of the season. Going into

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Opinion: With increased security, Sochi Olympics safe amid terrorist threats

Opinion: With increased security, Sochi Olympics safe amid terrorist threats

BSheffler February 7, 2014 0

by Spenser Garber Because of the nearby December 2013 Volgograd bombings, people have been speculating whether or not Russia is prepared for potential threats from terrorist groups targeting the Winter Olympics in Sochi. The

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Pianist Svetozar Ivanov Dazzles Young Crowd

Pianist Svetozar Ivanov Dazzles Young Crowd

ADoty February 4, 2014 0

  By: Mary Whitham Artistic Director of the Steinway Piano Series in Tampa, Svetozar Ivanov captivated the Ashmore Auditorium audience on January 12th with his novel take on the ordinary piano recital. The program

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SWERVE Entertains at the Ashmore Auditorium

SWERVE Entertains at the Ashmore Auditorium

ADoty February 4, 2014 0

By Rebecca Juntunen Pensacola State College received a taste of variation on the typical Pensacola dance culture, when SWERVE, a local Dance Company, performed in the Ashmore Auditorium on Saturday, January 25th.  SWERVE is

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Students take action, establish first clubs at PSC’s South Santa Rosa Center

Students take action, establish first clubs at PSC’s South Santa Rosa Center

BSheffler February 4, 2014 0

by Savana Morie Perhaps one of the more important parts of the college experience is what happens outside the classroom.Students at the South Santa Rosa Center of Pensacola State College firmly believe that’s the

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SGA Participates in Giving back to the Community

SGA Participates in Giving back to the Community

ADoty February 4, 2014 0

By: Savana Morie Last week’s cold weather did nothing to stop volunteers from Pensacola State’s Student Government Association from lending a helping hand Friday, January 31, when eleven students came together to aid in

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‘Despicable Me 2’ shown free for Spirit Week, movies to be played monthly

‘Despicable Me 2’ shown free for Spirit Week, movies to be played monthly

BSheffler January 13, 2014 0

by Savana Morie Love going out for a movie but hate paying for expensive tickets and snacks? Students who visited the Pensacola State College Student Center on the Pensacola campus this past Friday, Jan.

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