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Summertime jams with Sebastian

by Sebastian Gordon Since the pandemic started, I’ve had a lot more time to spend indoors. That also means I’ve gotten to explore more music recently.  I have several recommendations that I will share with you that cover a variety of genres and tastes.  I want to touch on my favorite artists/bands which includes; Mitski,...

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Ashmore Auditorium holds festival of student-directed One Act Plays

by Sebastian Gordon On April 19th and 20th, the Directing 1 Class presented “Close Contact,” A Festival Series of One Acts. It was held at the Ashmore Auditorium and was held exclusively for PSC students and faculty. The show was comprised of ten individual one acts.  Both nights consisted of five stories which ranged from...

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David Sedaris

by Kayla Belanger Humorist, author, and social critic David Sedaris spoke to students at Pensacola State College (PSC) on (insert date). He delivers an informative lecture about writing as a beginner and shares his life experiences.  David attended art school before becoming an author. He has been writing for years before college, but his knowledge...

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Renewable Energy: preserving our environment

by Crystal Duc There are many wonderful benefits to living in Pensacola, Florida, one of which is the impressive number of sunny days our city enjoys annually. Pensacola State College has the opportunity to capitalize on its ideal Sunshine State location and set a powerful example to other colleges by joining the world’s fight to...

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Was Bayonetta a subversive feminist masterpiece all along?

by Matthew Ingram Ok hear me out on this. Platinum Games’ 2009 cult classic Bayonetta has been criticized ever since its release for the overly stimulating design of its title character. Bayonetta dresses in a skin-tight outfit, poses sexually in cutscenes, defeats bosses with a “climax” finishing move, and attacks by removing her clothes (there’s...

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Talented PSC students shine through Covid

by Nik Randall The 3rd Annual PSC’s Got Talent Show was produced by Pensacola State College’s Office of Student Engagement and Leadership and provided an evening filled with entertainment for students, faculty, and other special guests in attendance for the exciting event on February 19.  The talent show was hosted by Keyaundra Mobley, the President...

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Togetherall service launches at PSC

by Sebastian Gordon A new mental health service called Togetherall has been introduced to Pensacola State College (PSC). The service is free to all students and staff members of PSC and is available as of. PSC members can access the platform on several devices, including a phone, computer, or tablet. Dr. Lynsey Listau, the director...