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Faculty Art Show
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Faculty Art Show

by Enrique Viveros From October 10th to 28th the Visual Arts faculty hosted an art exhibition in the Anna Lamar Switzer Gallery with artist introductions and reception on October 20th. The exhibition, Show and Tell!, showcased ten faculty members with art ranging from ceramics to painting to photography. Brian Weaver, department head of Visual Arts,...

PSC hosts Pirate Open-Mic Night
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PSC hosts Pirate Open-Mic Night

by Grace Lindquist On November 2nd, PSC students gathered in the second story common room of the library to read their original poetry and prose while supporting fellow, student and faculty poets. The event was hosted by Professor Sara Smith, who teaches literature and is the faculty sponsor for the school’s Lit Club.  From literature...

Cast of Company takes center stage
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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...

Smashers brawl at Slamhandle
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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...

Jeff Etters unveils Project Blue Book
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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,...

PSC’s Kilgore Review is opened for submissions
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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,...

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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...

Pensacola State hosts open-mic for student poetry
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Pensacola State hosts open-mic for student poetry

by Arda Johnson Students and staff share their creativity in poetry at the Edward M. Chadbourne Library in the upstairs lobby of Pensacola State College (PSC) on November 3rd. According to Mike Will, an instructor at PSC, the English, and Communications department presumably set up the Student Open Mic Poetry event.  For creative students like...

MHA travels worldwide in new movie
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MHA travels worldwide in new movie

by Sebastian Gordon My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission was released on October 29th, 2021, in the United States and Canada. BONES and Funimation produced the movie. It has a runtime of one hour and forty-one minutes.  World Heroes Mission is available to watch in both dub and sub theaters. It has an 80% on...