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    Overcoming Fear, Taking the Leap at Jump Florida Skydiving

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Rachel Lancaster Year-round, the certified skydivers at Jump Florida Skydiving in Plant City, Florida, strap themselves to those seeking a thrill and dive out of a plane – for fun! For most, the thought of hurling themselves out of a plane towards the earth at over 100 mph sounds insane, to say the least, […]

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    Uprising Hot Spot in the Tampa Bay Area

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Ryann Daddio “Whether you are looking to rent a boat, grab a bite to eat on the water, or get some fresh fish to take home and cook for the family, I.C. Sharks is the place to go,” says local and I.C Sharks regular, Kevin Nguyen. I.C. Sharks is both a tiki bar and […]

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    Rays Fan Fest Brings the Start of Baseball Season Within Reach

    News & Politics

    By Christina Cadicamo The Tampa Bay Rays Fan Fest on February 21st was filled with excitement, as the start of baseball season is quickly approaching with Opening Day on April 6th. It was an enduring, lonesome four months without baseball but that time is coming to an end. Approximately 16,000 Rays fans stormed into Tropicana […]

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    New Look Brings Fresh Start for the Rays in 2015

    News & Politics

    By Elizabeth Cadicamo To quote Hall of Famer Roger Hornsby, “People ask me what I do in winter when there’s no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.” This quote rings very true to die-hard baseball fans. As the 2014 season came to an end, Tampa […]

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    Learn and Travel with the Model UN

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Noah Sain What comes to mind when you think about travel and academics? The SPC Model United Nations team is a hidden gem of Saint Petersburg College.  It is an incredibly beneficial and exciting academic opportunity that you may not have heard of.  The Model UN team is a competitive academic team that any […]

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    The Top 5 Best and Worst Entry Level Positions

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Redwan Resnick With college graduation just around the corner, many seniors are looking into the future with trepidation. With 17,000 entry-level positions currently available in the state of Florida, many will be saying goodbye to internships and work studies, and hello to the “real” world. Seeing all of these scared-looking faces on campus got […]

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    Movie Review: Fifty Shades of Grey

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Nicole Steuernagle Without Spoilers – Fifty Shades of Grey finally hit theaters Valentine’s Day weekend after the long anticipated wait. Though it was a good movie, it might not have been the greatest for theaters. Yes, the sales were there and theaters all over have been SOLD OUT, but it is one of those […]

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    Are You Into Business? UT Hosts Entrepreneur Conference

    News & Politics

    By Fred Arnold University of Tampa, a private college in the heart of booming Tampa Bay, hosted their annual SEEC Entrepreneur Conference where students from all over congregated to learn the tips and tricks of the trade. The conference took place February 27-28 where an entire schedule of speakers, learning seminars, and competitions littered the […]

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    Sex & Chocolate during Class?

    Lifestyle & Opinion, SPC Programs & Events

    By Brittany Kay Galan What better way to inform SPC students of the risks of being in an intimate, healthy, long lasting relationship than with a chocolate fondue fountain? Well on Thursday, February 12th, in the SS building at the Gibbs St. Pete College campus, a Sex & Chocolate seminar was held to help students […]

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