decorative image of tra , Tra Bouscaren’s ‘Test Pattern’ exhibit opens in Charles W. Lamar Studio 2022-09-16 10:37:55

Tra Bouscaren’s ‘Test Pattern’ exhibit opens in Charles W. Lamar Studio

Tra Bouscaren’s “Test Pattern” art exhibition will look different the next time you see it. How could it not?

Though crafted from the remnants of the “waste culture” society has created as well as the tools of the ever-growing and maturing surveillance world, “Test Pattern” seems organic, and, in a sense it is.

The site-responsive multimedia installation fills all aspects of the spacious Charles W. Lamar Studio in the Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts on the Pensacola State College Pensacola campus. Continue Reading Tra Bouscaren’s ‘Test Pattern’ exhibit opens in Charles W. Lamar Studio

decorative image of tlap-2 , ‘Talk Like a Pirate Day’ is Monday Remember, there’s more to Pirate lingo than “Arrr!” 2022-09-16 13:09:08

‘Talk Like a Pirate Day’ is Monday Remember, there’s more to Pirate lingo than “Arrr!”

You call yourselves Pirates? Over the last few days I’ve been hitting up numerous PSC Pirates – students, staff, administrators – and asking them to spit out some gruff Pirate talk for a video to promote “Talk Like a Pirate Day” on Monday, Sept. 19.

We need to step up our game, me mateys! Because though you’re all great Pirates and great Pirate ambassadors, your Pirate talk needs a bit of work. Continue Reading ‘Talk Like a Pirate Day’ is Monday Remember, there’s more to Pirate lingo than “Arrr!”

decorative image of Alan-Margie-Moore-768x581-1 , Endowed scholarship helps Pace Center for Girls grads attend Pensacola State 2022-09-16 13:11:42

Endowed scholarship helps Pace Center for Girls grads attend Pensacola State

Kayla was 16 years old when she dropped out of high school during her junior year. 

“I was dealing with family issues at the time,’’ she said. “I didn’t have the best role models for parents. I had to guide myself.”

Kayla and her older brother hit the road – South Dakota, Arizona, Oklahoma – and the siblings tried to make it on their own. Continue Reading Endowed scholarship helps Pace Center for Girls grads attend Pensacola State

decorative image of ascend , Ascend donates $50,000 to PSC endowment scholarship originally established by Monsanto, Solutia retirees 2022-09-16 10:43:03

Ascend donates $50,000 to PSC endowed scholarship originally established by Monsanto, Solutia retirees

Ascend Performance Materials’ Cantonment site presented Pensacola State College a $50,000 check for student scholarships on Monday, Sept. 12, at the company’s plant on Old Chemstrand Road.
The donation matches the $50,000 given by retired employees of Monsanto and Solutia in 2019 to establish an endowed scholarship. It also brings the endowment principal to $100,000. Continue Reading Ascend donates $50,000 to PSC endowed scholarship originally established by Monsanto, Solutia retirees

decorative image of PensacolaComperFest-XVII-logo-2 , Composers from Ukraine and Georgia (the country, not the state) are featured alongside PSC musicians at Pensacola ComposerFest XVII 2022-09-16 09:38:38

Composers from Ukraine and Georgia (the country, not the state) are featured alongside PSC musicians at Pensacola ComposerFest XVII

Student composers will present original musical compositions alongside works from established regional and even European composers at Pensacola ComposerFest XVII.
Set for 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25, in the Ashmore Auditorium on Pensacola State College’s Pensacola campus, the event is free to attend. Continue Reading Composers from Ukraine and Georgia (the country, not the state) are featured alongside PSC musicians at Pensacola ComposerFest XVII