Pensacola State College presents the Concert Chorale and Entertainers Jazz Choir in a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6, at the Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus.
The public is invited and no tickets are required. Seating begins at 7 p.m.Details
A family of “bee-nevolent” residents were relocated from Pensacola State College to sweeter climes – well actually Pace – on Friday afternoon.
Beth and Chad Cooper of Cooper Taxidermy removed a 100,000-plus honey bee colony that had built a multi-layered hive in one of the magnolia trees near Ashmore Auditorium.Details
The First Seminole War will be the theme of the 35th Gulf South History and Humanities Conference set for Oct. 5-7 at the Pensacola Beach Hilton.
Hosted by Pensacola State College, the conference is an annual event sponsored by the Gulf South Historical Association ─ a consortium of colleges and universities in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas.Details
Jeffery Archie, a carpenter in Pensacola State College’s Facilities, Planning and Construction Department, has been named the July Talent of the Month by Kelly Services.
Archie who has been with the college for 15 years was nominated by his supervisor, Diane Bracken because of his outstanding work ethic.Details
Thirty-three Pensacola State College dental hygiene students recently helped provide free dental screenings, oral hygiene instructions and fluoride treatments to Special Olympic athletes and their families.
The service learning activity ─ held Friday, Sept. 29, at Community Maritime Park and Blue Wahoos Stadium ─ was the brainchild of Pensacola State Endowed Chairs, professors Donna Mathias and Barbara Tarwater.Details
Pensacola State faculty and staff were introduced to the college’s QEP – Quality Enhancement Plan, The Pirate PATH to Success – during recent meetings held on the Pensacola, Milton and Warrington campuses.
President Ed Meadows shared the details of the QEP where college administrators – to ensure student success – identified issues, solicited input and reviewed student success data and information on national best practices.Details
The Galactic Cowboy Orchestra performs an eclectic mix of art-rock and jazz fusion at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, at Pensacola State College’s Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus.
Nominated for Best ‘Beyond’ Band by Downbeat Magazine two years running, Galactic Cowboy Orchestra stretches musical limits with intensely energetic art-rock. This genre of rock often encompasses poetic lyrics and complex harmonic sounds derived from jazz and classical music.Details