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    The Life and Death of an Iconic Comic Book Character

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Nicole Caropolo (SPOILERS) Several months ago, the classic Archie comics took a devastating turn when the main character, Archie Andrews, suffered a tragic, heroic death. Let’s rewind a bit and give the background story to this famous comic series. The Archie series began in 1941, and it centered on the charming redhead, Archie Andrews, […]

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    SPC Honors College Makes a Great Showing at SPIFFS

    Arts & Entertainment, SPC Programs & Events

    By Hunter Drake It all started with a map. It was a map that depicted the downtown jewel of St. Petersburg, Vinoy Park, transformed into a multicolor, multicultural tapestry. It was the 40th anniversary of the St. Petersburg International Folk Fair Society festival. Although the fair is wildly popular, to me it had remained one […]

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    Gaming charity event: Play games, heal kids

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Yahaira Cruz Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, but give a man a video game…and he could save a child with cancer. If you were to ask someone their weapon of choice in order to help their fellow neighbor, you’d probably hear a gun or perhaps a good […]

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    The Road of Despair

    Out of the Sandbox

    A poem by Wanda Cobb (For those times when you feel alone and depressed this holiday season. SPC wants to to know you can contact BayCare at: 1-800-878-5470). I know the struggles For I’ve been there too The pain, loneliness heartaches, just feeling blue. I always seem to think of what could have been. I’ve […]

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    Silent Rages

    Out of the Sandbox

    A poem by Wanda Cobb (This poem is about epilepsy. November is epilepsy awareness month. I thought it would be nice to have a poem to show other students that have this hidden affliction; they are not alone.) My condition will never heal. I hope someday you’ll understand. But, you can’t know how I feel […]

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