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Night Sky at PSC
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Night Sky at PSC

  By: Jennifer Brandon K-12 public school students of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties are offered a glimpse into the night sky, and an opportunity to make friends with the stars at Pensacola State College (PSC). PSC’s 40-foot Planetarium and Space Theater has a high-definition full-dome video system that offers 17 different shows such as...

Player Spotlight: Erica Greek
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Player Spotlight: Erica Greek

By Chris Sharp Erica Greek is a sophomore pitcher for our lady Pirates baseball team from Thomasville, GA. She has helped lead her team to an overall record of 18-15, while being in one of the toughest conferences in the country, playing teams like Chattanooga State and Jones County, two teams that are known to give PSC...

Let them Eat Pi!
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Let them Eat Pi!

By Charles Davis III If you happen to be walking through the student center and wonder about all of the activities that were going on, they were apart of the math department’s celebration of National Pi Day!   National Pi Day is the celebration of the mathematical term Pi (π) which is celebrated March 14,...

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...

Cosmetology students give recyclables new life on runway
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Cosmetology students give recyclables new life on runway

By Becca Carlson Models sashayed across the stage of the Hagler Auditorium sporting the Cosmetology department’s best recycled materials creations. Nearly 60 Pensacola State College students delighted audiences with their designs on November 11th, 2016. Students from Pensacola, Milton and Century Center campuses participated in this year’s Fall Fashion Show. Trash bags, toilet paper rolls,...

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...

The Arc Gateway Program for Adult Learning and Support (PALS)
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The Arc Gateway Program for Adult Learning and Support (PALS)

By Jennifer Tonnaer Pensacola State College is home to the Arc Gateway Program for Adult Learning and Support (PALS), a unique program that offers customized training for adults 18 and over who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. PALS allows these students to attend college in order to achieve various skills, as well as prepare them...

Preview of PSC’s production, Six Degrees of Separation: ‘You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll become a part of it’
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Preview of PSC’s production, Six Degrees of Separation: ‘You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll become a part of it’

By Kelli Green & Jennifer Tonnaer Pensacola State College students and local community members will showcase their talents in “Six Degrees of Separation,” an upcoming production from PSC’s Performing Arts Department. Students are encouraged to come out to the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, Building 8 on the Pensacola PSC campus, to check out the play...