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SPC, Duke Energy celebrate SunSense solar energy partnership

It was a beautiful day to showcase solar energy. On Thursday, April 10, officials from Duke Energy and St. Petersburg College flipped the switch on the Seminole Campus’ array of solar photovoltaic panels, highlighting a collaboration that began with a $500,000 SunSense grant from the energy company. 488 more words

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Veterans Salute Baseball Game

Our St. Petersburg College Men’s Baseball team is excited to play State College of Florida in the 3rd Annual Veterans Salute Baseball game. This game will take place on Friday, April 11, 2014 at Jack Russel Stadium. 42 more words

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Atwell voted Player of the Week

President Teddy Roosevelt once said, “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” That phrase describes six foot four inch freshman Tyler Atwell to a T. The soft spoken Atwell was voted the FCSAA Baseball Player of the Week after hitting .400 in 4 games and helped the team win 4 in a row. 150 more words

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The perfect summer: Extra 8-week term offers more options

This summer St. Petersburg College is offering a second 8-week summer term, providing more options for students taking courses during the upcoming months.

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2014 Women's Tennis Rankings

The March 20 Junior/Community College Women’s National Rankings for Tennis have come out and St. Petersburg College’s Women’s Tennis team is currently ranked 4. Our Titans started the season ranked 4 in the national Nov. 52 more words

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Save the Gulf Project

When I look out at the Gulf, I think about the BP tragedy we saw take place, which greatly hurt the health of the Gulf and much of the marine life that teem below, along with many birds and other creatures that dove into the oil muck. 816 more words

Titans Win Conference Opener

After a month of playing games and improving skills, St. Petersburg College’s Titans Baseball team opened up Suncoast Conference play with a win on Monday night over Polk State College. 153 more words

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