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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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FEMA will remain open until mid-December for storm victims

FEMA will remain open until mid-December for storm victims

By Troy MacNeill gargoyle@flagler.edu The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has teamed up with Florida state agencies to open the FEMA – State Disaster Recovery Center. The goal of the recove ...

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In Matthew’s wake, residents struggle to move on

In Matthew’s wake, residents struggle to move on

By Ariel Thomas gargoyle@flagler.edu Driving through Davis Shores neighborhood post-Hurricane Matthew is jarring. Though the roadways are clear, many homes have piles of destroyed items strewn on the ...

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Voices on Election Day

Voices on Election Day

Students and others at Flagler College expressed a wide variety of opinions about today's historic presidential election. Below is a sampling of those views.             ...

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Darth Vader for president

Darth Vader for president

By Jewell Tomazin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Dissatisfied with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, some voters are taking matters into their own hands. Flagler College student Christian Purser just couldn't ...

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Millennials are feeling the pressure

Millennials are feeling the pressure

By Brianna Kurzynowski, Troy MacNeill, Becky Spreitzer and Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE - Election Day has finally come for a nation torn in two and residents of the Nation’s Olde ...

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Presidential race divides voters on Election Day

Presidential race divides voters on Election Day

By Courtney Knudson | gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE – Voters headed out in droves this morning to cast their ballot in one of the nation’s most controversial presidential elections in history. On ...

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Stigma surrounding mental illnesses endures

Stigma surrounding mental illnesses endures

By Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu Depression, anxiety and other mental illnesses are common among college students, yet the National Alliance on Mental Illness found that only 60 percent seek hel ...

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Rising concern about concussions in sports

Rising concern about concussions in sports

By Troy MacNeill | gargoyle@flagler.edu BOOM! All you can hear is a ringing sound in your ears. You feel the ground spinning. Your head is aching. The lights are on, but nobody is home. If you ever pl ...

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Should dating apps ask HIV status?

Should dating apps ask HIV status?

By Courtney Knudsen | gargoyle@flagler.edu Those who use dating apps may be able to find out their potential partner’s HIV status as easily as their age or location. Grindr, a dating application for g ...

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Political races draw mixed emotions

Political races draw mixed emotions

By Max Charles and Ariel Thomas| gargoyle@flagler.edu No matter who wins this year’s presidential election, it’s clear that 2016 will be remembered as one of the most politically charged. When asked t ...

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Breaking Bad and the rise of meth labs

Breaking Bad and the rise of meth labs

By Lindsay Tahan | gargoyle@flagler.edu St. Johns County sheriff's deputies say they have seen a rise in meth labs as they shut down pill mills. One of the biggest meth labs they've seen in recent yea ...

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Catching waves on the way to heaven

Catching waves on the way to heaven

By Jamie Coulson and Jeff Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Christian Surfers has a simple mission: Connecting surfers to Jesus. “The people at CS are the best in the world at loving surfers," said Dean Plu ...

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Jacksonville’s stubborn fight over LGBT rights

Jacksonville’s stubborn fight over LGBT rights

By Alanna O’Rourke and Shelby Gillis| gargoyle@flagler.edu Jacksonville is most populous city in Florida. It spans more than 874 square miles, making it the largest city by area in the United States. ...

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Love, via YouTube

Love, via YouTube

By Nikki Ross and Shelby Gardiner| gargoyle@flagler.edu A man and a woman meet. It starts out casual, but pretty soon it happens: they fall for each other. There’s just one problem. He lives on the ot ...

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