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    What’s the Beef with Lab-Grown Meat?

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Marc Brown Vat-grown, Cultured, Synthetic: whatever you choose to call it, the concept of a slab of meat produced in a lab might put anyone off their appetite. It’s almost understandable then that this sincerely astounding leap forward in both science and food production has garnered so much resistance. Almost. I believe lab-grown meat […]

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    SPCSN: Anfernee Munnings Interview

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    SPC Men’s Basketball player Anfernee Munnings talks to SPCSN’s Katy White about he got started playing basketball, what it’s like playing for Coach Crumbley, and his goals for this season. Interviewer – Katy White Director/Editor/Camera – Andrew LeGare

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    Starbucks as the Straw Ban Pioneer

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    By Erich Rowe The recent craze following California’s Straw Ban has led to companies and restaurants to take initiative. One of the pioneers in the plastic conservation movement is Starbucks, with their assertive push to remove straws from all their locations, rather than the passive way other restaurants do: by simply not offering unless asked. […]

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    SPCSN: Josie Long Interview

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    SPC Women’s Basketball player Josie Long talks to SPCSN’s Nichole Celotto about how she got started playing basketball, being the only returning player from last season, and her thoughts on this season’s team. Interviewer – Nichole Celotto Director/Editor/Camera – Andrew LeGare

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    Diverse Art-Making Methods Highlighted at Upcoming LRMA Exhibition “UNEXPECTED: Art by Alternative Means”

    SPC Programs & Events

    Tarpon Springs, Fla., January 9, 2019— Unique and innovative art-making processes will be the central theme of the upcoming exhibition UNEXPECTED: Art by Alternative Means featuring Nathan Beard, Akiko Kotani and Rob Tarbell at Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art (LRMA), St. Petersburg College, Tarpon Springs, from February 24 – May 19, 2019.  This exhibition features the […]

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    People are Dying to Listen to True-Crime Podcasts: Find Out Which Ones and Why

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Hannah McKenna Murder, mayhem, and the macabre. These are subjects that people have always been interested in. From the media frenzy surrounding Jack the Ripper in 1880s London, to the celebrity status achieved by serial killers, it’s no wonder why TV shows like LivePD and Dateline have such high viewership. What might be surprising […]

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    SPCSN – Andrea Wallace Interview

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    SPC Women’s Basketball player Andrea Wallace talks to SPCSN’s Nichole Celotto about how she got started playing basketball, getting to recruited to SPC, and playing for Coach Davidson. Director/Camera/Editor – Andrew LeGare

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    Avengers Movie Night

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Abigail Kreloff and Madelyn Hale Who does not love a free movie night? On Friday, the 25th of January, St. Petersburg College hosted a family friendly movie night showing Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War. The Tarpon Springs campus invited students and their families to come and enjoy a free showing of the movie complete with […]

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    SPCSN- Coach Earnest Crumbley Interview

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    SPC Men’s Basketball Head Coach Earnest Crumbley talks to SPCSN’s Katy White about the season so far and the importance of academics to him as a coach. Director/Camera/Editor – Andrew LeGare

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