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    Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

    Arts & Entertainment

    by Antonia Lewandowski, Composition professor and Muggle citizen Does going back in time sounds like a good idea?  Harry Potter fans might say yes. Take us back, we say, to the escapades that Ron, Hermione, and Harry carried out while they were students. In Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the four-act drama now playing […]

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    5 Years In The Sandbox – ‘The Perfect Place To Get Your Footing’

    SPC Programs & Events

    In November, the Sandbox celebrates 5 years.  It’s been a wild journey from a handful of online articles to multiple awards! We take a look back with some of our alumni reporters at what they got from the paper and what they see coming in the future in news. by Brandon Shaik When and how […]

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    5 Years In The Sandbox – ‘Take A Risk And Share’

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    In November, the Sandbox celebrates 5 years.  It’s been a wild journey from a handful of online articles to multiple awards! We take a look back with some of our alumni reporters at what they got from the paper and what they see coming in the future in news. By Diana Perez When and how […]

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    5 Years In The Sandbox – ‘The Freedom To Screw Up’

    SPC Programs & Events

    In November, the Sandbox celebrates 5 years.  It’s been a wild journey from a handful of online articles to multiple awards! We take a look back with some of our alumni reporters at what they got from the paper and what they see coming in the future in news. by Chris Demmons When and how […]

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    5 Years In The Sandbox – ‘Never Be Afraid To Try New’

    SPC Programs & Events

    In November, the Sandbox celebrates 5 years.  It’s been a wild journey from a handful of online articles to multiple awards! We take a look back with some of our alumni reporters at what they got from the paper and what they see coming in the future in news. by Rob Gale When and how […]

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    5 Years In The Sandbox – ‘Learn About The Editing Process’

    SPC Programs & Events

    In November, the Sandbox celebrates 5 years.  It’s been a wild journey from a handful of online articles to multiple awards! We take a look back with some of our alumni reporters at what they got from the paper and what they see coming in the future in news. by Brittany Collins When and how […]

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    5 Years In The Sandbox – ‘Share Your Passion’

    SPC Programs & Events

    In November, the Sandbox celebrates 5 years.  It’s been a wild journey from a handful of online articles to multiple awards! We take a look back with some of our alumni reporters at what they got from the paper and what they see coming in the future in news. by Elizabeth Cadicamo When and how […]

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    SCP Offers Bridge To The Deaf

    SPC Programs & Events

    The Sign Language and Interpretation program is proud to offer a strong bridge between students and the Deaf community. Various levels of ASL students sign about their experience in a new video produced by Communications Instructor Sam Harris from the Clearwater camps. The video shows the work of the interpreting students voicing statements for their […]

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    Celebrating Intellectual Freedom!

    SPC Programs & Events

    September 25 through October 1, 2016 is Banned Books Week, an annual event sponsored by the American Library Association to bring attention to our right to read. While not every book is appropriate for every audience, the ALA advocates intellectual freedom and supports librarians, teachers, and administrators undergoing a material or service challenge. The Sandbox […]

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