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Take a walk, get some Bad Ass food.
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Take a walk, get some Bad Ass food.

By Becca Carlson Many people already know about on-campus food options yet want alternatives to their mealtime routines. Located within walking distance of Pensacola State College’s Main Campus, Bad Ass Coffee & Shirley’s Deli offers great food, healthy choices, and affordable prices. Not to mention the 100% American grown Kona coffee! PSC students, such as...

Pirates Keep State Tournament Hopes Alive
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Pirates Keep State Tournament Hopes Alive

By: James Phillips The men’s basketball team was able to ride an extremely explosive first half to a victory over the Gulf Coast State Commodores. With this win the men were able to snag their first conference win of the season and give some serious meat to the hope of obtaining themselves a spot in...

Lady Pirates can’t outlast #1 Gulf Coast State
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Lady Pirates can’t outlast #1 Gulf Coast State

By: James Phillips Jan. 18 2017  Our Pensacola State Lady Pirates welcomed the Gulf Coast State Commodores to Hartsell Arena tonight for a matchup of nationally ranked top ten teams. Hoping to upset the #1 Commodores, the Lady Pirates (ranked #10), came into the game pumped up and ready to dominate. Nia Johnson played an...

Lady Pirates Bounce Back
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Lady Pirates Bounce Back

By: James Phillips January 29, 2017 With a great team effort the 14th ranked Lady Pirates were able to take down the 18th ranked Northwest Florida State Raiders, 83-75 in an exciting overtime win. Five different players registered points in double figures for the Lady Pirates as they were able to earn their second conference...

Keeping STEM alive: growing minds, and the future.
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Keeping STEM alive: growing minds, and the future.

By: Katelyn Bailey With our whole world fueled by technological innovation, one would think people would be all over the idea of seeking a degree where all the money and benefits are, and that field is computer science. Last year however only about 43,000 students graduated with a degree in Computer Science to fill the...

You can make a difference: Volunteer in your community
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You can make a difference: Volunteer in your community

  Habitat for Humanity: Hands needed, tools optional By Sarah Richards Pensacola Habitat for Humanity builds energy efficient, quality homes and sells them to eligible families in need of affordable housing at cost with a no-interest loan. The homes aren’t given away, but neither does the organization turn a profit on them, as mortgage payments...

Islamophobia is alive in America
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Islamophobia is alive in America

Students reveal what the media doesn’t show about Muslim Americans By Sean Minton Alaa Ibrahim spends most of her free time at school socializing and relaxing with her friends in the Student Center. Never could she have thought that her peaceful time could turn into a battleground of hate. Ibrahim is like any other teenager...