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‘The Addams Family Musical’ scares up fun!

Creeeeeek … skreeeeech … bump … thud …. Yikes!!!!

Don’t be frightened. Come right in and relax – if you can. The dimly lit, slightly macabre, Ashmore Auditorium is just the place to catch up with the kooky-spooky Addams Family, Oct. 27-29 and Nov. 3-5.

Sssssshhh….no questions… just be there at 7:30 p.m. for Friday and Saturday performances and 2:30 p.m. for Sunday matinees.

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August Talent of the Month

Nona Brockett, an administrative assistant in Pensacola State College’s Veterinary Technology Program, has been selected as the Kelly Services Talent of the Month for August.

Burkett has been at the college since July 2015 and was nominated by Sarah Meyer-Paterson, her supervisor and director of the college’s Vet Tech Program.

“I could nominate Nona Burkett every month because she is such a valuable asset to me and this program,” Meyer-Paterson said. “She comes in every day with a great attitude and is always willing to help the students.”

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PSC has new artwork on Pensacola campus

Two new pieces of artwork now grace Pensacola State College’s outdoor gallery.

“The Starry Night” by Vincent van Gogh has been installed on the back side of the Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, while “The Kiss” by Gustav Klimt is on the south end of Building 14, facing the Charles W. Lamar Studio Gallery.

The two reproductions join the Dutch masterpiece, “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” on Building 14, and “Boy in Mid-Flight,” an image from renowned National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry on Building 4.

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PSC’s cybersecurity team wins 2nd place at ITEN Summit

Pensacola State College’s Cybersecurity team recently took second place at the ITEN (Innovation Technology Entrepreneurship Network) Wired 2017 Summit held Oct. 9-11 at the Hilton Pensacola Beach.

Members of Pensacola State’s cybersecurity team ­include Anthony Ferrer, Brandon Harter, Alex Huggett, Patrick Owens, Daniel Pieknik, Daniel Pitsenbarger and Christopher Puglisi. Adjunct professor Karin Carter is the team advisor.

This is the second year Pensacola State has placed at or near the top in the competition. In 2016, the college’s cybersecurity team won first place at the ITEN competition.

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16 Pensacola State students named Sandy Sansing Scholars

Shamira Tyler wants to be a registered nurse. Megan Weatherspoon aspires to be a physical therapist. Jolie Sutter dreams of becoming a graphic artist.

This fall, all three are enrolled in Pensacola State College because Sandy Sansing stepped forward to make their goals a reality.

Tyler, Weatherspoon and Sutter are among 16 Pensacola State students who have received Sansing Universal Scholarships. Each scholarship will cover tuition, fees and books up to $1,500. Along with demonstrating financial need, recipients must have a 2.0 grade point average and be a U.S. citizen or resident alien. The scholarships were awarded during the 2016-17 and fall 2017 academic years.