Monday , 18 June 2018

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Statement on recent opinion articles

Statement on recent opinion articles

The Flagler College Gargoyle’s Advisory Board met this Monday to discuss the issue of two recent articles that were published in the Gargoyle’s opinion section. ...

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A day in the life of the St. Augustine Farmer’s Market

A day in the life of the St. Augustine Farmer’s Market

Photo essay of the St. Augustine Farmer's Market. ...

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Not just winning, but also a passion for helping others

Not just winning, but also a passion for helping others

My passion for helping others started in Tegucigalpa, Honduras where I served my community by helping elderly people, children and teens with cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, as well as foundlin ...

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Flagler gets ready to celebrate 125 Years of the Hotel Ponce de Leon

Flagler gets ready to celebrate 125 Years of the Hotel Ponce de Leon

By Katherine Lutz | gargoyle@flagler.edu Jan. 12, 2013 will mark the 125th anniversary of the opening of the Hotel Ponce de Leon, which is today the centerpiece of Flagler College. The Ponce today hou ...

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Competing with digital third ‘person’ in the room

Competing with digital third ‘person’ in the room

By Lindsay Marks | gargoyle@flagler.edu I was having an intimate conversation with the backside of a light blue phone case. I was competing for attention with someone who wasn't even in the room. How ...

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Finding inspiration at a Surfers for Autism event

Finding inspiration at a Surfers for Autism event

By Gwendolyn Crowe | gargoyle@flagler.edu The weather outside was humid and dry as members from the Flagler College Rotaract Club and I piled into the car. We were on the way to a Surfers for Autism e ...

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The burden of balancing school and work

The burden of balancing school and work

By Cassie Colby | gargoyle@flagler.edu Clearly flustered, 20-year-old Asiah Bennett briefly explains the dress code at her job while simultaneously tossing colorful tops and street wear onto the floor ...

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Respect: A different type of inequality in the workplace

Respect: A different type of inequality in the workplace

By Lindsay Marks | gargoyle@flagler.edu I've been a cashier, waitress, factory rat and a pizza maker. I could not list one job where I wasn't confronted with the situation where I wonder, "Do I say so ...

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A call for stricter standards for our pets

A call for stricter standards for our pets

By Lindsay Marks | gargoyle@flagler.edu The stray kitten whose ribs were showing had been living in the frigid Michigan weather for months. He ignored the food that was in my passenger seat and sat on ...

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Online Civil Rights archive to focus on unheard voices of St. Augustine

Online Civil Rights archive to focus on unheard voices of St. Augustine

By Cassie Colby | gargoyle@flagler.edu When thinking of the Civil Rights movement, images of police dogs and fire hoses mowing people down comes to mind. St. Augustine was once plagued with unimaginab ...

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Coming to terms with racism in the 21st century

Coming to terms with racism in the 21st century

By Cassie Colby | gargoyle@flagler.edu "What are you?" is the question I've heard the most since coming to St. Augustine. Both black and white people ask me this question. It no longer fazes me, unlik ...

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Flagler College Heart Walk takes place Sept. 29

Flagler College Heart Walk takes place Sept. 29

The Flagler College Heart Walk will take place Sept. 29 at the St. Augustine Beach Pier. All proceeds will benefit the American Heart Association. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the 3-mile walk fro ...

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Golf players discuss success on the course

Golf players discuss success on the course

By Jaycob Ammerman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Growing up in Sweden, Elin Karlsson lived right next to a beautiful golf course. "My dad used to bring me to that great golf course, and that is where I found ...

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Guns! Commence arguing!

Guns! Commence arguing!

By Michael Newberger | gargoyle@flagler.edu Standing in line by the door was the ideal American family. The mom and dad were holding hands, the son was about 11 and talking to his little sister, and s ...

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