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    Shine On St. Pete!

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Angel Gonzalez The Shine St. Petersburg Mural Festival kicked off this month in downtown St. Petersburg, transforming walls all over the city. St. Pete isn’t a stranger to art and murals on its building but the new crop of murals, by artist from all over the world, are definitely a must see. The promotional […]

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    Student Startups in Spolight at CEC Contest

    SPC Programs & Events

    On Thursday, April 30th, the St. Petersburg College community, local business leaders, and members of the city of Seminole government came out to support Pinellas county’s future business leaders at the CEO Entrepreneurship club’s fifth annual business plan and elevator pitch competition. Six students competed for ten thousand dollars in prize money for use as seed money […]

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    Brazilian Music Featured at Seminole Jazz in the Stacks Debut

    Arts & Entertainment, SPC Programs & Events

    Tampa Bay jazz band O Som Do played the debut of the Jazz in the Stacks event at St. Petersburg College Seminole campus on April 22nd thanks to librarian Chad Mairn and the Friends of the Seminole Community Library. O Som Do, which means “the sound of jazz” in Portuguese, brings back the sound of Brazillian bossa […]

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    Tech, Business Leaders Inspire Young Entrepreneurs

    SPC Programs & Events

    The March meeting of the Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization on St. Petersburg College Seminole campus featured information about the club’s 5th annual business plan and elevator pitch contest, a talk by Innovation Lab manager Chad Mairn on makerspaces as a breeding ground for creativity, and Kurt Forster of the Small Business Development Center told students about […]

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    Seminole Pow Wow Classic Car Show a Gearhead’s Dream

    Arts & Entertainment

    The 47th annual City of Seminole Pow Wow festival opened with a classic car show by Touch of Class Car Shows at 5 PM on Friday the 13th. The Pow Wow started in 1967 as a fundraiser for the Seminole High School stadium, so it is fitting that this year’s show opens with a salute […]

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    Veterinary Technology Campus Open House Brings the ‘Awwwww’

    SPC Programs & Events

    St. Petersburg College’s Veterinary Technology campus celebrated Veterinary Technician week with an open house featuring a campus tour, refreshments, valuable tips to keep pets healthy, and information about the veterinary technician and technologist programs on campus on October 15, 2014. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the future looks bright for veterinary technicians and […]

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    Volleyball: Lady Titans vs. Polk State Eagles

    SPC Sports

    Photo credit: Matthew Vargas. The Lady Titans faced the Polk State Eagles on Thursday, 25 September in the Gibbs Gymnasium. Despite a heroic defense, the team lost 0 – 3 matches. The Titans lost the first game 20 to 25, the second 23 – 25, and the third match was 20 – 25. The next […]

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