Article Archive for January 2012
By Tiffanie Reynolds | email@example.com
When Reddit and Wikipedia blacked out in protest of SOPA and PIPA earlier this month, James Phillips decided to black-out too.
The freshman political science major changed his Facebook profile picture to completely black with the words, “This has been removed in violation of SOPA,” and he blacked out the pages that he moderates on Reddit, which is part of a larger network. Several of his friends also protested, using the same completely black image as their profile picture.
By Adam Hunt | firstname.lastname@example.org
Santiago Cavanagh has his eyes on the prize.
And the Flagler men’s golf coach knows what it takes to win the Peach Belt Conference Championship title – his team did it last year.
By Jaycob Ammerman | email@example.com
The Flagler women’s basketball team continues their struggles with their recent home loss to Montevallo.
The Saints are now a disappointing 2-17 on the season, with a current seven game losing streak.
Coming into the season, the Saints expectations were very high.
By Michael Newberger | firstname.lastname@example.orgBy
Hours before the Republican debate in Jacksonville, Florida Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich told the grassroots organization Veterans For A Stronger America that he feels the most pressing threats against the United States are recent advancements in Chinese military strength and radical Islam.
By Da’Miah Finch|
The Amethystine Python holds the title for the longest snake species. It’s also over 30 feet long. This type of snake is usually found in Indonesia, Papua, New Guinea and Australia.
By Na’tiece Anderson
The West African Crowned Crane eats grasses, seeds and insects.
These birds live on the coast of the Nile River basin. They live in open landscapes such as marsh areas and grasslands near water. They are about 3.3 feet tall and weigh about 7.7 pounds. They are endangered in most habitats and build their nests in trees. They like to dance too!
By Curtis Manning>
Snake Name – Harley
Type Of Snake-Western Hognose
The most interesting thing about this wonderful species is it’s not like any ordinary snake. The fangs are in the back of the mouth and that’s very unusual.
Harley the Western Hognose Snake is located at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm. He is full-grown. He has been at the Alligator Farm for five years now, and he is really friendly.
By Jocelyn Silver
Did you know that the G.T. eats grass, greens, fruit, veggies and cactus? They also are the largest species of the tortoise in the world. 15,000 to 16,000 survive in the Galapagos Islands. To get warm, turtles come out of the water and into the sun.
By Amber Dames
The different Types of animals that are the most interesting are snakes. One that was interesting that I seen in person was the blood python, which I figured out on my incredible trip to The Alligator Farm of Saint Augustine.
By Alphonso McCall
Have you ever touched a Western Hognose before? Well, I have. It felt smooth and slimy. And it felt different from the alligator because the alligator skin felt like big bumps in a road.
By Leajawana Rollins
At the Alligator Farm we found the Green Tree Python.
Green tree pythons can reach lengths up to 6 feet. The vivid green coloring is speckled with blue, white and yellow stripes. The stripes provide excellent camouflage, which makes it very difficult to detect among leaves and small plants.
By Kirstyn Wilder
The Spider Monkey is one of the cutest and lovable monkeys in the world! There are seven known species of the Spider Monkey. They belong to the class of the New World Monkeys. …
By Toni Marie Foxx
What is the only snake species that make nests? If you guessed the King Cobra… I’m sorry but… You are… CORRECT!! In fact the females build a nest to lay their eggs in. Isn’t that awesome. I mean, I thought only birds did that, but to know that snakes do that too, that’s awesome!
By Stevie Schenk | email@example.com
Photo courtesy of Apple
Textbooks have always been a difficult part of classes for me. I’ve paid attention, taken notes, re-read material, but I always find the texts difficult to grasp. I’m not alone. Many students feel textbooks are necessary, but wish they could get more out of them. They don’t see the need for a book when a professor is just going to condense it into notes during class.
A young man in a black shirt with red and orange flames held a sign in his hand as he yelled at a crowd of Flagler College students, “You are all sinners!”
In December 2011 during fall finals, Zachary Tatter, 23, stood outside the Proctor Library and preached to students. Tatter, along with his followers, continue to return to the sidewalks of Flagler College’s campus and around downtown St. Augustine to preach their Christian beliefs.