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Setting the example: Point guard inspires team

Setting the example: Point guard inspires team

By Alex Strom | gargoyle@flagler.edu DeAsha Campbell has a gift. That’s what her grandfather told her when she was child. She hasn’t forgotten it. "My grandfather believed that God gives gifts to ever ...

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Flagler baseball looks to build off last year’s success

Flagler baseball looks to build off last year’s success

By Troy MacNeill | gargoyle@flagler.edu In 2015, the Flagler College baseball team had one of its best seasons ever. Head Coach David Barnett is pushing for even greater success this year. “I hope the ...

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Poetic quest for slithering beasts of the Everglades

Poetic quest for slithering beasts of the Everglades

By Lindsay Tahan | gargoyle@flagler.edu To some, the Burmese pythons are slimy, perhaps even terrifying and somewhat mysterious creatures. But to Jack Merwin, they are a thing of beauty. “Silent invad ...

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Endangered turtles find safe haven

Endangered turtles find safe haven

By Lindsay Tahan | gargoyle@flagler.edu Sea turtles weighing up to 700 pounds glide through the ocean waters off Florida's Atlantic Coast. But there are threats in their native habitat, everything fro ...

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Millennials and politics don’t always mix

Millennials and politics don’t always mix

By Brianna Kurzynowski | gargoyle@flagler.edu Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram are vital sources of information for today’s millennials. In fact, about a third of 18- to 29-year-olds say social networ ...

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Unconventional candidate seeks clerk’s job

Unconventional candidate seeks clerk’s job

By Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu After Clerk of County Courts Cheryl Strickland retired in 2015, she endorsed her chief deputy, George Lareau, calling him "the only candidate exceptionally quali ...

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Groundbreaking set for homeless shelter

Groundbreaking set for homeless shelter

By Troy MacNeill | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was just a dream seven or eight years ago. Now it's becoming a reality. A non-profit organization plans to break ground on a new shelter for the homeless in ...

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He runs for office – and the money follows

He runs for office – and the money follows

By Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu In a few short months, former St. Johns County official Jerry Cameron has raised more than $63,000 in his bid for county commissioner. Cameron is the county's fo ...

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Workers discover centuries-old bones

Workers discover centuries-old bones

By Lindsay Tahan | gargoyle@flagler.edu City workers digging under Charlotte Street in St. Augustine uncovered bone fragments from a historic Catholic church and its cemetery. Some of the bones may mo ...

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Medical marijuana on November ballot

Medical marijuana on November ballot

By Troy MacNeill | gargoyle@flagler.edu Activists are rushing to raise millions of dollars to persuade voters to approve a constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana in Florida. Nearly 58 p ...

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Players “follow his every word”

Players “follow his every word”

By Alex Strom | gargoyle@flagler.edu Kyle Cregan has settled into his new job as assistant basketball coach at Flagler College after six years at Florida State University. “I haven’t found the transit ...

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Peril in the heavens?

Peril in the heavens?

By Alanna O’Rourke and Richard Zarrilli | gargoyle@flagler.edu Planes streak across the Florida skies every day, leaving cloudy exhaust trails in their wake. They’re called contrails and they form “wh ...

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Students want to explore world despite terrorist attacks

Students want to explore world despite terrorist attacks

By Susan Boswell and Taylor Long | gargoyle@flagler.edu Three major terrorist strikes in the past year, including the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris which left 130 dead and 368 injured, have shaken traveler ...

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Visa trouble threatens basketball dream

Visa trouble threatens basketball dream

By Montana Samuels | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was Dec. 1 on an unusually warm day in St. Johns County in northeast Florida. The Pedro Menendez High School gym was near empty at 6:20 p.m., 20 minutes af ...

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Rising tension over terrorism, refugees

Rising tension over terrorism, refugees

By Murphy Stidham and Kathleen Bajalia | gargoyle@flagler.edu President Obama today plans to deliver a prime-time address on how his administration will defeat the Islamic State, also known as ISIL. “ ...

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Reentry tough for ex-inmates

Reentry tough for ex-inmates

Darby Moore and Dana Pederson | gargoyle@flagler.edu In the fall of 1983, a 18-year-old high school dropout accompanied her boyfriend and friends on a robbery in Coney Island, New York. Diana Ortiz di ...

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