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Covid Habits – eCorsair
When 2020 came to a close, many were hoping that 2021 would be a fresh start. “New year, new me” is an often-quoted sentiment, and while it is a nice thought, the reality is far from perfect. The Covid-19 pandemic forced everyone to change how they went about their daily …
For the People Act must be passed to protect democracy
32nd President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, once said, “Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting.” As it was then, so it is now. For the …
Wide selection of Pensacola coffee choices excite the taste buds
Pensacola, though it may be smaller than other cities, is no stranger to the cafe scene. This first weekend in March, we, the self-claimed food reviewers of the Corsair, took it upon ourselves to go out and find the best of the best among them. The first stop was Pensacola …
Zuzu acrobats dazzle audiences via Zoom
Direct from Dar Es Salaam’s outskirt suburbs in Tanzania, streamed live through the magic of Zoom, the famed Zuzu African Acrobats came to PSC. In celebration of Black History Month, the Pensacola State Black History/Multicultural Committee, February 19, presented the colorful spectacle of acrobatics, juggling, and dance. Dressed in lively …
Youth must ignite sparks of progress
Election Day is again drawing closer and political rhetoric has increased to a fever pitch. In their efforts to grapple for every last vote, there have been numerous references by the candidates to America’s Founding Fathers. At the same time, some have sought to dismiss the passions and voices of …
PSC perseveres despite Sally’s destruction
The students and staff of Pensacola State College (PSC) held their breath as Hurricane Sally began her devastating path of destruction through Northwest Florida September 16.
Taylor Swift vs. 2017 —
Taylor Swift’s new album, Reputation, is likely the most discussed pop album this year, and for good reason. When the album was announced she made waves with promotions making use of snakes, dropping a Kanye West diss track, and revealing Reputation’s release date as Nov. 10, which is also known …
An Interview with Dr. Rodney Whatley
Part three of a three-part directorial series from the perspective of a student.
A Look at the Arts: Directing a Play
Part one of a three-part directorial series from the perspective of a student.
Groundhogs' Dilemma Version
Valentine's Day/Groundhog's Day comic from the February 2020 issue of the Corsair.
Picking the Perfect Play
Part two of a three-part directorial series from the perspective of a student.
Majoring in my minor: Poetry Night stage fright
Being a Health Information Technology student, I seem an unlikely poet. I’m not all broody in a not-so-little-black dress, hanging out in non-corporate coffee shops, and my lipstick more resembles the color of blood than death. My writing took off when I ended up placing in a college writing contest, …
Robinson Scholar learns life experience in Costa Rica
They were in the National Park, where they found a tree covered with them. She grabbed a couple of handfuls and they were “very leafy and fresh-tasting.” They were also alive. Being a Robinson Scholar isn’t just an honor, but an experience for Angelina Simmons, general studies major. Simmons had …
Iconic Professor Bill Clover Leaves Lasting Legacy
When you teach at Pensacola State College for 25 years, you’re considered a legend. Bill Clover did it for 52, passing away May 7, 2018. “Bill Clover built the PSC ceramics department from the ground up,” Ben Twingley, PSC adjunct professor and a former student of Clover’s, said. “There were …
Hurricane Review dazzles in white
Hurricane Review, Pensacola State College’s national, annual literary arts journal, made it s dazzling debut No v. 30th, in the Anna Lamar Switzer building. Jamey Jones, Northwest Florida Poet Laureate and Literature professor, along with the rest of the Hurricane staff, decided to go the minimalist route, with a George …
First times and second chances
First times and second chances Most of us go to college to get a degree so that we can have a career that will pay for that education. However, if your sole objective is to get your degree and get the hell out, you’re missing out on everything else the …
Veteran journalist talks modern media, death of print: Conversation with PSC alumni, PNJ writer Troy Moon
Newspaper columnist talks shop with journalism students