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Better safe than sorry, know HIV status
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Better safe than sorry, know HIV status

Free HIV tests available on campus for all By Becca Carlson and Sean Minton At the beginning of 1980, AIDS was practically unheard of but by the end of 1981 50,280 cases of the disease had been reported throughout the United States. Closing out 1992, that number jumped to 202,520 people. This epidemic has dwindled...

Women’s March Pensacola: The Y chromosome delima
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Women’s March Pensacola: The Y chromosome delima

Editorial   Participating in the Pensacola Women’s March, the amount of diversity represented that day was impressive. It was clear that participants did not march solely for the rights of women, but for the rights of everyone.   People of color, the LGBT and newly added Queer, Intersex, and Asexual (QIA) community, immigrants, those of...

Fewer Carbon Footprints in the Sand
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Fewer Carbon Footprints in the Sand

Ocean Hour Cleans Up While Taking Out the Trash By Sara Richards Ocean Hour is the world’s first international weekly cleanup and has partnered with Earth Ethics and the Pensacola Scenic Highway Foundation to help beautify Pensacola and maintain the home of locals and haven of tourists.  Every Saturday from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m., at...

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...

Honoring Black History Month; Inspiring facts to remember throughout the year
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Honoring Black History Month; Inspiring facts to remember throughout the year

By Kelli Green In February Americans and Canadians celebrate Black History Month. In honor of that celebration here are a few interesting black history facts. During the Haitian revolution, led by Toussaint L’Overtute, the  colony of Santo Domingo (now, Dominican Republic) abolished slavery in 1801 and  on January 1, 1804, former slave and revolutionary general,...

Citizens of Pensacola enjoy Martin Luther King Jr. parade
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Citizens of Pensacola enjoy Martin Luther King Jr. parade

By Kelli Green Last Monday, January 18, we celebrated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This was the thirtieth year of the celebration commemorating the leader who would have been 87-years-old on January 15. Many citizens of Pensacola congregated downtown to help celebrate. Schools, various branches of the military, churches, local law enforcement and...

Bring Back Warrington Works to Increase Warrington’s Popularity
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Bring Back Warrington Works to Increase Warrington’s Popularity

By Katherine Chen & Kimberly Bogers Saturday, October 3rd was a time of good company, good food and good music at Pensacola State College’s Warrington campus. Vendors pitched tents to sell their wares while food trucks crowded nearby and music from the bands Pelican 212 and Bear With Me entertained visitors. The event also featured...

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Compensation for College Athletes?

Tim Ajmani The Corsair One of the biggest issues involving the NCAA today is whether or not student athletes should be compensated for their services to their school’s athletic programs. A highly debated subject, the topic has perhaps gained more and more controversy due to recent support by high profile coaches. The NCAA has also...