Articles by Gargoyle Editor
By Kristin Kownacky | firstname.lastname@example.org
While Flagler College had anticipated Hurricane Sandy’s wrath with bated breaths, there was nothing so great as that sigh of relief as she passed St. Augustine. Yet, seeing that Flagler is home to many students hailing from the Northeast, when Sandy dodged Florida, the storm headed straight for student’s families and friends.
By Travis Lowndes | email@example.com
North Florida local boys, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, have been on tour for a while now and this December they our proud to announce that they will be making a stop in St. Augustine
By Katherine Brock | firstname.lastname@example.org
Flagler College Senior, Jenna Cawley, has a heart that keeps on giving. While balancing school, Cawley is a volunteer for the United Services Organization, the Wounded Warrior Project and the American Red Cross.
Behind strong play from Dianna Craine, Flagler College women’s volleyball swept Lander University 3-0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-12) in a Peach Belt Conference Tournament semifinal match Nov. 17 at Flagler Gymnasium.
Flagler College men’s soccer was upset by Wingate University 2-1 in a NCAA Division II National Championships Third Round Match on Nov. 15 at Saints Field.
By Marne Burghoffer | email@example.com
The second annual Flagler Creates! will take place on Flagler College’s West Lawn on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
By Marisa Strawn | firstname.lastname@example.org
If having the pressure on your shoulders to host the NCAA Division II Championship soccer games at home field is not enough, adding pressure of going into penalty kicks with one of the top teams in that conference can be overwhelming. This is exactly what happened to the Flagler College men’s soccer team.
Due to their winning record within the Peach Belt Conference, the men found themselves hosting the championship tournament at home, with each game being an elimination round. This is extremely stressful for a team, knowing that the game they are currently playing, could be their seniors last game as collegiate athletes.
By Christina Coca | email@example.com
With the season rapidly approaching, women’s basketball head coach Erika Lang Montgomery has her team in high gear.
By Phil Grech | firstname.lastname@example.org
I met a friend for lunch in Orlando just outside of downtown at a small restaurant. It was a great place for a sandwich she told me, so I was a bit excited to eat there, especially on a bright, sunny, cool, fall day. I met my friends outside then walked inside to the counter where a checklist of order instructions hung beside the counter.
Video By Phil Sunkel | email@example.com
Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and crime novelist Edna Buchanan sat down with Flagler College students to discuss crime reporting and the fiction of justice.
By Jaycob Ammerman | firstname.lastname@example.org
Last season, Flagler College Saints Men’s basketball player Matt Clark expected that he wouldn’t get much playing time since he was a freshman.
“I initially felt that I was going to be the 6th or 7th man and come off the bench and be a three point threat,” Clark said.
By Ashley Goodman | email@example.com
Flagler College PRSSA will host a benefit concert Nov. 18 at the Foundry for it’s annual charity event.
By Eric Albury | firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo by Eric Albury
After a scoreless regulation and overtime, the second-seeded Flagler College men’s soccer team outscored sixth-seeded UNC Pembroke 4-2 in a shootout in a second-round match of the NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Championship on Saturday night.
Ryan Hanson, goalkeeper for the Braves, could not follow up on his perfect record during regulation and overtime of 12 saves, allowing all four of the Saints’ shots during the shootout to go past him.
By Alexis Nicole Mortenson | email@example.com
On October 24, the Faculty senate of Flagler College met to finalize their proposal for the 2013-2014 academic year. If passed, this proposal will add drastic changes to both the …