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    Album Review: Drake Shocks With Unannounced Release

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Justin Rocksund Drake shocked the music world when he took a cue from Beyoncé and released his new album, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, without any forewarning. Drake is arguably the hottest artist in hip-hop at the moment. He boasts several platinum-selling records to his name, and Billboard stated he currently has […]

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    Tarpon Campus food drive a success

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Prof Kelli Stickrath The Tarpon Springs campus collected food for the community over the past 4 weeks. Over the summer, school children do not receive a free breakfast and lunch. Many families in Pinellas County face food shortages. Each year 3,000 families visit FEAST food pantry in Palm Harbor for groceries and supportive services. The […]

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    Fight night in Tampa, FL

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Bakari Wright On March 13, 2015, a handful of fighters filled the room, and the fight fanatics looked forward to a great event. Different weight classes and more made there way to the ring and did the best they could to stand victorious. Overall this was a great experience and a great fight. So […]

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    Balanced Meals on a Budget

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Cassidy Slockett College can be a difficult time in a young adult’s life; especially when it comes to maintaining a balanced diet. In a National College Health Assessment done by the American College Health Association, only 7.8 percent of students surveyed eat the recommended number of servings of fruit and vegetables a day. For […]

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    Cyber-Attacks on The Rise: Security Experts in High Demand

    News & Politics, SPC Programs & Events

    By Shane Moran Most of us are aware of the vulnerability of our personal information. Our financial livelihood is in a binary limbo. Cyber-attacks are becoming increasingly detrimental and more common then ever before. Cyber-attacks are data breaches of the companies we depend on and our governments systems. The cyber-attack aims to steal, alter, or […]

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    2015 Firestone Grand Prix: Tires and Eardrums Annihilated

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Greg Bush Car nuts, sports fans, and lovers of all things fast turned out en-masse in downtown St. Petersburg, in both rain and sunshine, from March 27-29 to watch as the Verizon Indycar series started up its 2015 season. Defending series champion Will Power was looking to repeat the success he had last year […]

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    Movie Review: Furious 7

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Nicole Steuernagle Contains Spoilers: The long, anticipated wait is over! Furious 7 finally hit theatres Easter Weekend. Many anxious fans were curious as to how this movie was going to play out, making theatres all over the world extremely busy. In fact, this was the biggest debut weekend in the history of the movie […]

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    Juicing on a Budget

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Landry Mony We all know, as college students, how hard it is to find the time and money to do the simple things that can keep us looking and feeling our best. Juicing, the process of extracting juice from fruits and vegetables, might not get you rock hard abs, but it can be beneficial […]

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    the annual income for TIPD officers creates controversy

    News & Politics

    By Arianna Cook Residents of Treasure Island were shocked after they received letters at their doors from Mel Lenehan stating the annual income for Treasure Island Police Department officers. There have been two different letters so far declaring the six figure pay and where it comes from that Lenehan, currently running for Mayor of Treasure […]

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