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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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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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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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Despite population growth, manatees still face threats

Despite population growth, manatees still face threats

By Jewell Tomazin | gargoyle@flagler.edu The manatee is widely known to be an endangered species, but recent signs of recovery could change their status on the Endangered Species List. The U.S. Fish a ...

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For one freshman, learning to try it out and let go of what others think

For one freshman, learning to try it out and let go of what others think

By Susannah Hayward | gargoyle@flagler.edu Right before I turned 10, my mother passed away unexpectedly. There’s no good time to tell someone that. No right way to say it, and no way to prepare someon ...

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At the end of Peninsula Avenue

At the end of Peninsula Avenue

By Deanna Silvey | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was such a great sacrifice, because the ocean was his love. In October of 2005 my father retired from the United States Coast Guard. He said goodbye to 24 ye ...

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Skin Deep: Homeopathic remedies for acne

Skin Deep: Homeopathic remedies for acne

By Dulce Ros | gargoyle@flagler.edu Before I came to college, I thought I was prepared for anything to come my way. Among my arsenal of agendas, laundry kits and zipblock bags, I brought mutiple bottl ...

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Pagan advocacy club fights religious intolerance and ignorance

Pagan advocacy club fights religious intolerance and ignorance

By Dulce Ros | gargoyle@flagler.edu Dakota Niswonger waits for everyone to get comfortably seated and signed into the mysterious, medieval-style log book. “This is a safe haven,” the charismatic presi ...

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Gospic’s long journey to play professional basketball now a reality

Gospic’s long journey to play professional basketball now a reality

By Jeff Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu The idea of playing professional basketball for many Division II players tends to be a fantasy. But for former Flagler basketball player Ante Gospic it has become a ...

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Jeff Gordon talks about taking his talents to broadcast television

Jeff Gordon talks about taking his talents to broadcast television

Daytona, Fla. – Three time Daytona 500 champion and four time Sprint Cup series Champion Jef Gordon is making the jump from NASCAR to broadcast television with the Fox NASCAR broadcasting team. Gordon ...

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College students and faculty speak out about guns on campus

College students and faculty speak out about guns on campus

Gun control has always been a hot topic of discussion, and is getting more attention with the 2016 Presidential election. ...

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New sea turtle hospital now providing local treatment

New sea turtle hospital now providing local treatment

When sick and injured sea turtles wash up onto St. Johns County beaches, volunteers no longer have to transport them more than 200 miles away for treatment. ...

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Previewing Flagler spring sports

Previewing Flagler spring sports

Flagler College Spring Preview By Jeffrey Batt and Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Softball In the world of college athletics every program has its ups and downs. This was the story for last seas ...

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Looking back on loving the game

Looking back on loving the game

The day I woke up for my first practice back in August and stepped out to do my fitness test, I immediately felt support; something that had been missing for years now. The support and team chemistry ...

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I’m a 20-year-old virgin

I’m a 20-year-old virgin

In 2009, Tim Tebow stepped in the spotlight and announced to the public that he is in fact a virgin, saving himself for marriage. ...

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