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    There’s No Place in the World Like Ohana Coffee Kava Tea

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Erin Detzler “Shells up – BULA!” Take one step into Ohana Coffee Kava and Tea and there’s a good chance you’ll hear this cheerful exclamation during your visit. Traditionally this exultation is used in a celebratory way; it’s the Fijian expression for “To good health and good life.” Benefits of Kava Now you might […]

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    Hate Crimes on the LGBT+ Community

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Katy White Hate crimes on the LGBT+ community What causes so much hate on one community? A community like the LGBT+ community is one that always stays together. Over the years there have been many attacks on this community. There are many different things that explain what is going on in this community today […]

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    American Stage Presents Mamma Mia!

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Sofia Garcia Summer is upon us and that means that we get to spend more time enjoying the beautiful nature around us. Art festivals, camps, and musicals, yes, you heard me, musicals, can be enjoyed outdoors. From April 10 – May 12, Saint Petersburg has had the honor to host the American Stage adaption of […]

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    All or Nothing – The Clearwater Titan Games

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Melanie Drobet The air popped with anticipation and sizzled with exhilaration as Clearwater Titans took to the campus one last time to participate in the last of the titan games for the 2019 spring term. Carnival booths striped red and white surged from the ground, a mixture of EDM pop music, laughter, and meaningless […]

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    Poetry: A Collection by Kathy McRee (part 2)

    Out of the Sandbox

    “You and I” I’ve never known love until the beautiful day fate introduced us   “I Promise You” Life is worth living Even through the struggles of it Because we have no idea what The future holds for tomorrow or the rest of our lives The future is like a present Some of the days […]

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    Sonia Plotnick Health Fund Education Grant Deadline Nearing

    SPC Programs & Events

    Sonia Plotnick Health Fund Education Grant Deadline Nearing Gulfport, Florida – April 9, 2019 – For the 3rd year in a row, the Sonia Plotnick Health Fund (SPHF)  is pleased to announce, in coordination and partnership with St. Petersburg College (SPC), its scholarship for a woman seeking a degree in the healthcare field. SPHF offers […]

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    Poetry: A Collection by Kathy McRee (part 1)

    Out of the Sandbox

    “From Dusk to Dawn” The colorful day is bright One thing brings beauty to the sky: daylight But as day fades, here comes twilight And alas, time slows and tires down to midnight “The Greatest Love” What is true love? Is there  such a thing as a greater love that can be received from another? […]

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    [Sea Level] Rise Up: Realities & Opportunities

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Micah Prewitt On Saturday April 6th, 2019, a conference about the recent Fourth National Climate Assessment by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and continued global warming and sea level rise, took place at Saint Petersburg College’s Seminole Campus. Two panels of experts presented their opinions on the impact of rising sea levels […]

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    Panel Discusses Communication in Careers

    SPC Programs & Events

    On April 8, a panel to discuss the importance of strong communication skills was held at the Tarpon Springs Campus. Professor Ned Johnson organized and moderated the event, which was attended by many students, as well as several members of SPC staff and faculty. Panelists included Dr. Christy Powers, Dr. Chris Blaine, and Maura Sweeney. […]

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