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Wanting to be heard

Wanting to be heard

By Roxie Steward | gargoyle@flagler.edu They kept thanking us. They kept thanking us for asking questions. At the beginning of the semester, a classmate and I decided to do a video about the Islamic C ...

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Finding a creative outlet in the gaming world

Finding a creative outlet in the gaming world

By Paris Huckaba | gargoyle@flagler.edu I never thought of myself as a creative person, always struggling with my imagination and fearing what other people may think of me. I’ve also always surrounded ...

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The college experience as a married student

The college experience as a married student

By Roxanne Steward | gargoyle@flagler.edu I started out this article wanting to write about the idea of “the college experience.” I’m not sure what I thought I would find, but I assumed, wrongly so, t ...

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Reasons why you just need to do yoga

Reasons why you just need to do yoga

  By Roxanne Steward | gargoyle@flagler.edu For some, starting yoga can be intimidating. I started doing yoga when I was 16 and have quit a few times between then and now because of my own intimi ...

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Graduation anticipation: What lies ahead for Flagler’s seniors

Graduation anticipation: What lies ahead for Flagler’s seniors

By Roxie Steward | gargoyle@flagler.edu With graduation on April 29, the reality of beginning a career is starting to sink in for some Flagler seniors. Although walking across that stage and receiving ...

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Welcome to Rockville 2017 Preview

Welcome to Rockville 2017 Preview

The wait for the 7th annual Welcome to Rockville lineup is over, as the festival has released one of its best in recent memory. This years headlining acts include: Soundgarden and A Perfect Circle on ...

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How to cope with a loved one with dementia

How to cope with a loved one with dementia

By Michaela Parks | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was in Tarpon Springs at the sponge docks, wandering from shop to shop, when my grandmother realized she was losing not only her memory, but also her indepe ...

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Saint Augustine Beach: Before and after Hurricane Matthew

Saint Augustine Beach: Before and after Hurricane Matthew

By Nikki Ross | gargoyle@flagler.edu Before Hurricane Matthew, St. Augustine Beach was covered in dunes and soft white sand. After Hurricane Matthew, the beaches are lacking the once beautiful dunes, ...

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When Crave met Kookaburra

When Crave met Kookaburra

  By Sarah Glynn | gargoyle@flagler.edu St. Augustine is home to many unique, small businesses. A few standouts include Crave Food Truck and The Kookaburra Coffee Shop. These two businesses have ...

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Beach erosion poses large obstacle for sea turtles

Beach erosion poses large obstacle for sea turtles

By Susannah Hayward | gargoyle@flagler.edu If you’ve been out to St. Augustine or Vilano Beach lately, then you’ve seen the drop off. A cliff of sand has formed due to the compression of sand from bot ...

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Balancing Senior Year and Wedding Planning

Balancing Senior Year and Wedding Planning

By Caitlyn McCrea | gargoyle@flagler.edu As I was sitting in the library, finishing up homework for the week I got an odd email. My wedding venue wanted to know when I could come pay the $300 deposit. ...

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Soul searching through a cartoon horse

Soul searching through a cartoon horse

By Skyler Manley | gargoyle@flagler.edu Identifying with a character in a television show is common. Within the Netflix Original Series "Bojack Horseman," the world the audience and the main character ...

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Citizen Zero: Through the ashes of Detroit Rock City

Citizen Zero: Through the ashes of Detroit Rock City

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu In the music industry there is an expression that has been thrown around for decades about having one shot at making an impression. A band is given one opportun ...

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Crobot: A new era of rock n’ roll

Crobot: A new era of rock n’ roll

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu The imagery of rock and roll is one that has been redefined over the past few decades. Long before today’s rock bands there was a time when one genre of music s ...

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Gargoyle a finalist in national SPJ awards competition

Gargoyle a finalist in national SPJ awards competition

The Gargoyle, Flagler College’s online-only student newspaper, wasa finalist in the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2015 National Mark of Excellence Awards in two categories: Best Independent Onl ...

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Sweet emotions from Welcome to Rockville

Sweet emotions from Welcome to Rockville

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu There are events that occur annually that have the capability of uniting a community desperate to express themselves. The last weekend of April for Jacksonville ...

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