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‘Angel shots’ target dating violence

‘Angel shots’ target dating violence

By Courtney Knudsen | gargoyle@flagler.edu Northeast Florida women have a new way to call for backup when a date goes wrong, and it is as simple as ordering a drink from the bar. St. Johns County eate ...

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Local Artist and Photographer Bring Strength To Battered Community

Local Artist and Photographer Bring Strength To Battered Community

By Alex Strom | gargoyle@flagler.edu Hurricane Matthew ripped through the Northeast of Florida, leading a former Flagler college graduate, and student to the forefront of bring a battered community to ...

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Rebuilding after Matthew

Rebuilding after Matthew

By Max Charles | gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE - St. Augustine was among the hardest hit areas by Hurricane Matthew. Although hurricane tracker maps on weatherunderground.com had Hurricane Matthe ...

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What Trump’s victory means

What Trump’s victory means

By Max Charles | gargoyle@flagler.edu On the morning of Nov. 9, 2016 the American public woke up, brewed a pot of coffee, flipped on the morning news and witnessed the outcome of one of the biggest up ...

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St. Augustine activists stand with Standing Rock

St. Augustine activists stand with Standing Rock

By Gabrielle Garay | gargoyle@flagler.edu As a new day begins, the sun illuminates North Dakota and the reservation of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the sixth largest Native American reservation site ...

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Looking ahead after medical marijuana legalized

Looking ahead after medical marijuana legalized

By Roxanne Steward gargoyle@flagler.edu St. Augustine, Fla. – Priscilla de la Cruz sits on an armchair in Isabela’s Bar Cuba where she is helping open the shop for a friend. She wears a yellow sweatsh ...

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Parents cope with election aftermath

Parents cope with election aftermath

By Troy MacNeill gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE – This year’s presidential race was unlike any election in recent memory. The 2016 election was more like a Comedy Central roast rather than a polit ...

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Students complain of hate speech after Trump victory

Students complain of hate speech after Trump victory

By Brianna Kurzynowski gargoyle@flagler.edu Some students at Flagler College say racist and sexist comments have spiked since Donald Trump was elected president on Nov. 8. “Trump’s presidency is alrea ...

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Some students feeling post-election tension

Some students feeling post-election tension

By Lindsay Tahan gargoyle@flagler.edu Annie Dow, a senior at Flagler College, was shocked when she heard the words: "Pack your bags!" The voice came from a convertible emblazoned with Trump signs. Two ...

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Protests – and praise – over Donald Trump’s election

Protests – and praise – over Donald Trump’s election

By Courtney Knudson gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE – Cities across America have seen a backlash since Donald Trump won the presidency. On Monday, leaders of demonstrations in Portland, Oregon, wer ...

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Numbers game: Women at Flagler tip the scales

Numbers game: Women at Flagler tip the scales

By Jewell Tomazin gargoyle@flagler.edu One student barely notices it at all. A few think it’s noticeable, but not important. And one professor thinks it changes the way students participate in class. ...

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Flagler College students get creative for their money

Flagler College students get creative for their money

By Gabrielle Garay gargoyle@flagler.edu How much is your skin worth to you? To some, the body and skin are a temple and should be treated with the utmost respect, to others it can be a canvas for a be ...

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Even now, despair after the storm

Even now, despair after the storm

By Lindsay Tahan gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE - Hurricane Matthew not only destroyed homes and businesses, but the aftermath of this hurricane left families including their children feeling hope ...

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Medical marijuana supporters get revenge after 2014 snub

Medical marijuana supporters get revenge after 2014 snub

By Max Charles gargoyle@flagler.edu Florida voters have waited to two long years to get another crack at passing a medical marijuana legalization amendment that failed to pass in 2014. The amendment r ...

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Hurricane Matthew: Bakery takes a hard shot

Hurricane Matthew: Bakery takes a hard shot

By Brianna Kurzynowski gargoyle@flagler.edu When Hurricane Matthew hit the city of St. Augustine, it not only destroyed homes it also hit businesses hard. Sherry Stoppelbein, owner of Hot Shot Bakery ...

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Merchants boost hurricane recovery effort

Merchants boost hurricane recovery effort

By Roxanne Steward gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE - Through the recovery-stage of Hurricane Matthew, many residents have expressed how encouraged they were with they way the community pulled toget ...

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