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    The Student Support Center at Seminole Lending a Hand

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Fred Arnold A billowing chill bit into the line of watcher and waiters. The milky gloom of a waning winter sun leaked behind the horizon, hiding its rays of warmth from that sad line of people. Brittle hair pushed out dust in puffs of powdery brilliance when they walked, their emancipated forms etched tired […]

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    Movie Review: The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Fred Arnold Contains Spoilers– The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies has breathtaking scenes, cinematic action that rivals its predecessors, and a slice of back story that adds to the broader part of The Lord of the Rings universe. With all that cinematic gold though, Peter Jackson fell short with sloppy over dramatizations […]

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    Christmas Eve, 1983

    Out of the Sandbox

    By Jill Apel Image by Alexis Apel With the holidays fast approaching, my mind turns to my childhood, as it so often does this time of year.   I have many wonderful memories of those days, but one Christmas Eve in particular stands out.  It made such an indelible impression that even now, thirty years later, […]

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    Internet Shopping Safety

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Wanda Cobb If Sony, Home Depot, and Target can be hacked, so can you. Assuming you already have antivirus software, a firewall, and anti-spying software, here are a few tips to keep your money safe this holiday season. 1. Never use public Wi-Fi. Instead, set up your own VPN (virtual private network). You can […]

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    A Journalist Making a Small Difference

    News & Politics

     By Fred Arnold Whack. The sun rose in the east. Whack. The wind rustled in the trees. Whack. Men and women bustled around a yard teaming with cooperation. LRE Ground Services, the Home Depot, Smith Fence, a hundred and twelve volunteers amassed within a small yard surrounded by the blaze of 5th Avenue traffic. Weathered, […]

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    Welcome the Mockingjay

    News & Politics

    By Valentina Herrera (PANEM) Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth reprise their career-making roles in the third installment of the Hunger Games trilogy, Mockingjay, Part 1. The film earned $273.8 million in its opening weekend, more than doubling a $125 million budget. Jennifer Lawrence stars as the Guinness record making “highest-grossing action heroine of […]

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    Movie Review: Mockingjay

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Fred Arnold Katniss: the girl on fire, the beauty on screen, the heart of the rebellion. She is District 13’s most valued hero but her own worst enemy. As the picture started, one thought crept into the mind of the audience: “It feels like the other two movies.” That, in itself, is a potent […]

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    TSC Winter Bash

    SPC Programs & Events

    On Dec. 3rd, the Tarpon Springs campus celebrated its Winter Bash. Club organizations from Tarpon’s campus were present to inform students of student related activities, as well as alleviate the stress of looming final exams the next week. Food was provided and music was in the air thanks to an enthusiastic drum circle in a […]

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    An Interview with Gringo Star

    Arts & Entertainment

    Gringo Star is an Atlanta, GA. based band that consists of 2 brothers, Nick and Peter Furgiuele. Nick plays the bass with Peter on keyboards. Other band members include Peter Delorenzo and Matt McCalvine. They have released 3 albums (All Y’all, Count Yer Lucky Stars, Floating Out to See) and were interviewed by Rolling Stone […]

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