Club Profiles (January Issue)

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Club Profiles (January Issue)

By: Minnie-Lee Bush
Illustrations by: Tracey Squaire

Getting involved in campus life is hard in a community college setting.

PSC has a multitude of clubs available to students in many different and diverse areas of interest. If a student does not find a club they are interested in, they have the opportunity to make their own with help from Student Activities.

Here are three out of the abundance of clubs and organizations that PSC has to offer:


Psc Fitt & Well Club


Fitt & Well Club is new to the Pensacola campus and focuses on educating PSC students about health and wellness. The club focuses on many areas of wellness including physical, emotional, environmental and financial. Members of the club will receive monthly health screenings and have overall wellness monitored. They will also support PSC Health and Wellness programs which includes campus safety.  


Meetings are twice a month on Monday and Tuesday at 2 p.m. The first meetings will be held Monday, January 23rd and Tuesday, the 24th.


For more information contact Club advisor Paul Swanson at or at his office in building 14 in room 1401.


Jared Sparks History Club


PSC’s  Jared Sparks History club welcomes all history majors and history enthusiasts. The club meets once weekly. Each meeting consists of student lead discussion and guest speakers. By joining the History club, members receive the option to go on field trips such as a trip to New Orleans during the spring. They also visit museums and historical sites and  volunteer on National History Day along with other activities provided by PSC.  


The History Club meetings are held in Building 14 in room 1446.


Those who are interested on joining can contact Andrew Barbero at


Anime and Gaming Club


When joining the Anime and Gaming club, students will be introduced to stylings in Japanese animation and culture. The club also allows social gamers the space and time to get to know one another in a safe and comfortable setting  while never losing their distinct competitive nature as gamers. No drama and no cheating is allowed with this weekly get together of nerds and geeks as the time is spent having a good time with everyone.


Meetings are held every week on Thursday from 12-3 p.m. in building 17 room 1710.


For more information contact the Club advisor Rich Cacace at