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    Titans Baseball

    SPC Sports

    By: Chianna Di Domenico  The sweat pours down their faces. The crowd watches in anticipation as Titan baseball player number 7 prepares himself for what is to come; preparing himself to get ready to run. Squaring his feet with his shoulders on the home plate, he brings his bat up to his ear and waits, […]

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    “Find Your Path” SPC Chamber Mixer

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Kahner Pierce On Thursday September 26, 2019, an event called the “Find Your Path” Chamber Mixer was held at SPC Tarpon Springs Campus. This event was held in the Fine Arts building, including a variety of local business owners and a complementary lunch. The Chamber Mixer was advertised as a way to find your […]

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    A Future with the Mouse?

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Gabriel Garver and William Zipprer Disney music played lightly in the background, and the man in charge, Jacob Wortock, the Employment and Internship Coordinator, was already wearing Mickey Mouse gloves. This was it. This was the Disney College Program event. The students were handed packets and were told to sign in. “We’ve been doing […]

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    Is the Use of Anti-depression Medication Alone Successful in Treating Depression?

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Madeleine Latimer How would you like to be medicated for a year to a point to where you feel numb and then be ripped away from the medicine without any knowledge of how to deal with your depressive symptoms and shoved back into the real world? That’s like feeding someone a five course meal […]

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    The Poynter Institute

    News & Politics

    By Sofia Garcia The Poynter Institute in Saint Petersburg fulfilled Nelson Poynter’s dream to unite thousands of journalists, teachers, and members of the community to learn what makes good journalism work. As a non-profit organization, they are “free of influences that might interfere with journalism or teaching.” Their wide selection of programs allows students to […]

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    SPCSN: Rafaela Biegelmeyer 2018-2019 Postseason Interview

    SPC Sports

    Former SPC Volleyball player Rafaela Biegelmeyer talks to SPCSN’s Katy White about transferring to USF, coming to the US from Brazil, winning SPC Female Athlete of the Year, and what she’ll remember from her time at SPC. Interviewer – Katy White Director/Editor/Camera – Andrew LeGare

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    Starbucks: The Religion of Coffee

    Lifestyle & Opinion, Out of the Sandbox

    By Madeleine Latimer In the August 2017, I went into one of my local Starbucks for the first time, and discovered that it wasn’t just a coffee shop. It was a kind of religion. It took me over a year to learn everything I could about this strange religion and I’m writing this now to […]

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    SPC Tarpon Club Rush

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Maxwell Thorpe On Thursday, August 29th, 2019, SPC Tarpon Springs campus held its annual club rush in “The Quad”. The club rush is an opportunity for clubs and programs to promote themselves to the students enrolled at SPC Tarpon Springs. More than twenty clubs and programs were represented that afternoon. The wide variety of […]

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    Peanut Allergies

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Madeleine Latimer Allergies have been a growing problem for humanity over the last thirty years. Peanuts are one of the largest growing allergies. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches is a sandwich for the ages. It is a ‘household staple’ to some families. It is easy to make sandwiches and snacks with and it is […]

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