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    The Islamic State: World Action and Reaction

    News & Politics

    By Viviana Angelini As the Islamic State (IS) conquers broad swatches of the Middle East, what of the people in its path? Some are better off living under the caliphate, while others suffer and die. Meanwhile, the rest of the world must decide how to react. This article, the third and final in a series, […]

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    Student Support Grows At SPC Seminole Campus

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Fred Arnold Help comes in many forms: a friend, a program, a book, a piece of machinery. Humans have evolved to depend on each other in one form or another, from a simple action like a smile, to helping someone move, to creating entire societies in pursuit of human rights. We are a species […]

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    Statewide Elections Association Offers College Scholarships

    News & Politics, SPC Programs & Events

    Time is running out for select college students who could be eligible to earn a scholarship in 2015! March 16 is the deadline to apply for a statewide scholarship available to college juniors and seniors registered to vote and majoring in political science, public administration or business administration, journalism or mass communications at an accredited […]

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    Review: Rusty Bellies Waterfront Grill

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Tanner Czipri While driving down the Sponge Docks of Tarpon Springs, people can view the history of many Greek restaurants, fishing charters, and sponge boats. It’s here that you’ll find Rusty Bellies Dockside Grill. Rusty Bellies is a family owned and operated restaurant specializing in serving fresh-caught seafood off the shores of Florida and […]

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    SPC Talks Bees

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Fred Arnold Tom Stephens, a local beekeeper and owner of Bee Branch Creek Apiaries, enlightened students at SPC Tarpon on honey bees: their habits, their anatomy, and most importantly, their impact on the ecosystem. Stephens stood in a lecture hall, surrounded by students, and pressed about the issues involving the decline in the honey […]

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    Business Woman of the Year Finalist to Speak at SPC

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Fred Arnold On February 26, Tammy Curtis, distinguished business woman and loving mother, comes to SPC Seminole to share her thoughts on how to obtain a successful career. A career is an investment. Time, passion, energy; everything will go into the pursuit of that goal to be where one wants to be. Tammy Curtis, […]

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    Movie Review: The Imitation Game

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Chase Joslin Contains Spoilers – The Imitation Game contains wonderful acting, dramatic scenes, and tense moments. The movie covers some controversial topics and sheds light on the events that took place during the British Army’s attempts to crack the German enigma code. In this film, Benedict Cumberbatch gave one of his best performances to […]

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    Studying Abroad: A Welcome Event for International Students

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Amil Kusain Tan Jr. Hello, Annyeonghaseyo, Salam, Mabuhay, Khỏe không, and Bwanji were the words spoken by the international students as they met each other during the international orientation held at SPC Clearwater campus January 8, 2015, for the opening of the spring semester. The participating students came from various parts of the world […]

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    Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots vs Seahawks

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Fred Arnold    A heated game developed between the Patriots and the Seahawks in a riveting Super Bowl February 1st. The consistent change in momentum between quarters, the ridiculous plays – receptions and interceptions – and an unbelievable finish that led to a minute long brawl session, the 2015 Super Bowl ended with the […]

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