Stormfolk Band Rocks PSC During WSRE’s StudioAmped Concert Series

Stormfolk Band Rocks PSC During WSRE’s StudioAmped Concert Series

By Arda Johnson Beginning on 26 Sept., PSC faculty and staff had easy access attending WSRE’s StudioAmped concert series, located next to the tennis courts’ parking lot at the Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio. With five total concerts scheduled, attendance was free and offered everyone a chance to attend a concert during different dates; the last one was on...

PSC Charter Academy Helps High Schoolers Earn Their A.A.

PSC Charter Academy Helps High Schoolers Earn Their A.A.

By Arda Johnson Pensacola State College’s new Charter Academy launched Aug. 8, allowing high school students to embrace PSC’s motto: “Go here, get there.” Through the academy, students are given a head start by working towards completing their high school credits while also earning an associate’s degree before or nearly after graduating with their high school diploma. Although some similarities...

Tra Bouscaren’s Interactive Exhibit Redefines “Site-Responsive” Art

Tra Bouscaren’s Interactive Exhibit Redefines “Site-Responsive” Art

By John McLeod  A new art installation opened at the Lamar Studio in Building 15 on Pensacola’s campus. Admission is free to the general public and students from September 12th to December 9th. Tra Bouscaren, the artist behind the exhibit, focuses on “the intersection of waste culture and the surveillance state.” He will make several appearances at the exhibit because...

Heir of The Dog

Heir of The Dog

By Ty McLean From being one of the first four restaurants on Palafox in 1977 to hurricanes, flooding, and remodeling in 2017, the Dog House has weathered decades to build a successful brand. Nathan Holler, owner of the Dog House Deli on Palafox Street, took over as proprietor of the family owned restaurant in 2018. After many ups and downs,...

Cast of Company takes center stage

Cast of Company takes center stage

By Declan Gibson Company, a conceptual twister performed by PSC written by Stephen Sondheim based on a book by George Furth, shocks theatre fans from October 14-16 and 21-23.  While a typical play consists of a linear plot line, PSC’s Theatre Department has different plans this semester.  Company is a conceptual play and has no ties to time, permanence, or...

Plane Ahead for Flying Abroad
Plane Ahead for Flying Abroad
Plane Ahead for Flying Abroad
Plane Ahead for Flying Abroad
Plane Ahead for Flying Abroad

Plane Ahead for Flying Abroad

By Arda Johnson According to Heritage, Egypt (Misr) regionally ranked 11/14 on its economic freedom score for 2022; a country recognized for its erratic terrorism, inflation, and distance between PSC pirates, yet firsthand travel below questions this statistic and explores tips and tricks for living within the global village. According to several Egyptians, current president El-Sisi has been beneficial to...

Smashers brawl at Slamhandle

Smashers brawl at Slamhandle

By Esther Minor With a long and storied history, the competitive Smash Bros scene is known for the passionate, grassroots community at its heart. This is especially true for fans of the 2001 entry in the Smash Bros series: Super Smash Bros Melee, released on the Nintendo GameCube and commonly referred to more simply as Melee.   Smash Bros players from...

Jeff Etters unveils Project Blue Book

Jeff Etters unveils Project Blue Book

By Elwood Folse Director and Producer Kevin Davis is nearly finished with his passion project film starring Jeff Etters, the original voice of Space Ace.   The film industry has lately been criticized for its surplus of Oscar bait movies, films that have taken themselves too seriously in order to seem gripping and speaking truths. However, the satirical film about friendship...

PSC’s Kilgore Review is opened for submissions

PSC’s Kilgore Review is opened for submissions

by Micayla O’Malley The Kilgore, PSC’s student-run literary journal, is now accepting submissions for poetry, short fiction, photography, and art for their spring issue. The drop box will be open until March 1st for anyone looking to get their work published. Submitting work for consideration in the issue provides a unique opportunity to receive recognition, according to Rebekah Constance, the...

Spotlight on PTK Theta Chi

by Sebastian Gordon Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is an international honor society for those seeking college credentials. PTK was first founded on November 19th, 1918, and has been helping serve students for over 100 years. PTK assists students in high academic standing through workshops, scholarships, and even conventions. PTK helps provide many essential life skills and creates a space for...