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Annabelle: Creation
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Annabelle: Creation

By Jennifer Brandon In the fourth film of the Conjuring series, “Annabelle: Creation” communicates the origin story of the possessed doll, Annabelle, who was shown briefly in the first film, “The Conjuring” and takes the audience to the time before its predecessor, “Annabelle” was based. Director David F. Sandberg entertains audiences with plenty of jump-scares,...

The Breakdown: Stephen King’s IT
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The Breakdown: Stephen King’s IT

By: Jennifer Brandon An entire generation of children faced coulrophobia: an abnormal fear of clowns. This happened after the 1990 miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s book, “It: A Novel,” aired for the first time on ABC. Many young viewers never looked at clowns, or sewer grates, the same. Stephen King has often been called the...

Learn the price; think twice
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Learn the price; think twice

Students learn financial literacy through Money Matters By: Jennifer Brandon Pensacola State College (PSC) has had the Financial Literacy Committee since 2010. The committee started with a small group of faculty and staff, concerned about the financial hardships students face, specifically their absence of knowledge when it came to financial matters. The committee has since...

Spot suicide predictors through awareness
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Spot suicide predictors through awareness

PSC recognizes Suicide Prevention Month by creating an open dialogue By Jennifer Brandon Are you suicidal? This question might seem taboo, but could save a life if asked. Rachelle S. Burns, the Crisis Referral Coordinator of the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) at Pensacola State College said, “Suicide prevention is anything that you do to help...