decorative image of John_Ray_Broxson , Auto Draft 2019-12-06 14:03:08

Panhandle Tiger Bay Club honors legacy, co-founder with PSC scholarship

Once known for bringing in some of the nation’s leading speakers and public figures, the Panhandle Tiger Bay Club is no more, having merged with the University of West Florida Downtown Lecture Series in early November. But the club’s legacy – and that of one of its founders – will live on with a Pensacola State College scholarship totaling $5,000. Continue Reading Panhandle Tiger Bay Club honors legacy, co-founder with PSC scholarship

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decorative image of flambe_900 , Auto Draft 2019-11-26 09:12:47

Dixon School students get inspiration – and Bananas Foster – during visits to PSC culinary, cosmetology programs

The nearly two-dozen Dixon students were visiting the PSC Culinary Arts program as part of the middle school’s celebrated arts program. The next day, a different group of students visited the Cosmetology program, where they watched PSC students style hair and received tips from instructors. Continue Reading Dixon School students get inspiration – and Bananas Foster – during visits to PSC culinary, cosmetology programs

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decorative image of glover_900 , Auto Draft 2019-11-20 10:34:34

Former PSC national champion returns to College for basketball game

It was a homecoming of sorts at Wednesday’s night matchup between the Pensacola State College Pirates and Coastal Alabama ─ Monroeville Eagles. Former PSC Pirate basketball standout Glover Jackson was in the stands. For those who don’t remember, Jackson was a member of the College’s 1993 NJCAA Division 1 National Championship team coached by Bob Marlin. Continue Reading Former PSC national champion returns to College for basketball game

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decorative image of veteransdaybbq1 , Auto Draft 2019-11-08 09:34:15

Pensacola State College honors veterans at cookout in advance of Veterans Day

A recent cookout on the Pensacola campus to honor Veterans Day was sponsored by the PSC Student Veterans Association, with support from PSC’s Veterans Upward Bound and Veterans Student Support Services, and featured burgers, hot dogs, ribs, sides and even two patriotic cakes created by the PSC Culinary Arts Program – one was decorated as a U.S. flag; the other cake featured the service emblems of U.S. military branches. Continue Reading Pensacola State College honors veterans at cookout in advance of Veterans Day

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