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    Climate, Health and Well-Being: Social and Psychological Effects of Extreme Weather

    SPC Programs & Events, Uncategorized

    By Micah Prewitt On Monday, October 8th, a conference about the social and psychological effects of extreme weather was held at Saint Petersburg College’s Midtown campus. Dr. Tashika Griffith, the provost of SPC’s Downtown and Midtown centers introduced the panel. The event was moderated by Lisa Vanover, Vice president of the League  of Women Voters […]

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    Science Night at the Museum

    SPC Programs & Events

    Contact: Patti Buster at (727) 712-5226 or (727) 712-5762  Tarpon Springs, Fla.  October 9, 2018 – The Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art (LRMA) at St. Petersburg College Tarpon Springs campus will hold Science Night at the Museum on Friday, October 19, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. The all-ages event is free and open to the public. Activities include […]

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    SPCSN: Interview with Rafaela Biegelmeyer

    SPC Sports

    SPC Women’s Volleyball player Rafaela Biegelmeyer talks to SPCSN’s Malique Ferrette about how she started playing volleyball, being a setter, going to the National Tournament last season, and her goals for this season. Interviewer – Malique Ferrette Director/Camera/Editor – Andrew LeGare Assistant Director/Camera – Chris Cotton

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    SPC Offers ‘Pizza and Politics’ Night to Meet Candidates

    SPC Programs & Events

    The emphasis will be on informality and personal conversations when St. Petersburg College presents Pizza and Politics, a public gathering of local candidates and the voters to whom they look to get elected. It will be Oct. 4th from 6 to 8 p.m. at the SPC Seminole Campus, 9200 113th St. N. The program, which […]

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    Ireland

    Out of the Sandbox

    By Erin McAlinney This past year, I’ve endured the newly young-adult crises tied to the stress of working and my first year of college. Regrets have lingered throughout my life, but July would be the month that would reverse the misery I used to consider, “The year of 2018”. My father was going to send […]

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    The Pyramid Paradigm: How Multi-Level Marketing Preys on The Everyman

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Dominic Mazzone Every day, hundreds of millions of people from across the globe participate in a high-stakes, cut-throat competition that challenges their creativity, ingenuity and intelligence. It is considered the most dangerous, nerve-wracking and alluring field to date with promises of riches and fame to those who possess the necessary amount of charisma and […]

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    Community Service Project a Success at Moccasin Lake Nature Park

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Prof. Kelli Stickrath Sixty-one SPC students, faculty and family members came together to volunteer for a community service project at Moccasin Lake Nature Park in Clearwater.  On Saturday, September 15th students from Biology, Ethics, Environmental Science, Composition and other classes worked to get the park ready for its Grand Opening.   Volunteers gardened, worked on the birds […]

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    Come to Caddy’s for Some Fun-in-the-Sun and Enjoy Great Food

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Nichole Celotto (Treasure Island, Florida) The Original Caddy’s on the Beach is located in Treasure Island, Florida; on a private beautiful white sand beach, and overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Other than the original location, Caddy’s also has three other locations in different parts of Florida. Caddy’s offers some incredible seafood, the Gulf Coast’s […]

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    Honors Brunch Introduces Students to Big Opportunities

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Erich Rowe On Friday, August 31st, SPC students in the Honors Program were invited to a brunch on the Clearwater Campus. Catered food and pastries were served for the attendees. Honors students were gathered to be informed of events they can participate in exclusive to honors students. At the event, after the announcements of […]

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