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    Photos: Hispanic Heritage, MAX Dress for Success, and Horse Trail Clean-up

    SPC Programs & Events

    What’s happening at Tarpon Campus? See photos of some of the recent events below! Hispanic Heritage Celebration – Photos by Victoria Crosdale  MAX Dress for Success – Photos by Zuriel Baxcajay Horse Trail Clean-up – Photos by Prof. Kelli Stickrath Dr. Erin Georgin’s Tri-Beta Club, Dr. Eric Tucker’s Ethics class, Prof. Kelli Stickrath’s Environmental Club, […]

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    Clearwater Campus STEM Festival

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Marc Brown On October 27th, the 3rd annual STEM Festival at the Clearwater Campus took visitors under the waves with dolphin ethograms and submersible ROVs, and into the skies with catapults and drones. Well, not literally. However, several booths set up by volunteers from a myriad of local STEM-related industries and clubs provided guests […]

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    Fake News Forum

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Matt Brux On Wednesday, October 24th, the Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions and SPC Seminole Campus hosted a forum that attempted to explain what exactly “fake” news is, how it spreads, and what role it plays in our society. Each panelist discussed different aspects of the creation and how “fake” news spreads through technology, […]

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    Haunted St. Pete Puts the Spirit in Spirit Week

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Charlotte Finnical On October 29th, the American Stage Theater at SPC’s Downtown Center was filled with audience members of all kinds, from the elderly locals greeting their friends to the nervous children holding their parent’s hand. Some whispered amongst themselves about what the night would hold, others chuckled at the Halloween-themed music playing overheard. […]

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    Tarpon Springs Science Night 2018

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Elijah Dennison and Lily Zipprer  Friday October 19th marked SPC’s second Science Night. Last year, SPC hosted its first science night on November 1st. Their second science night took place at the SPC Tarpon campus and was hosted by the Leepa-Rattner Museum and Mike Davis, Chair of the Natural Science department for SPC’s Tarpon […]

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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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    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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