Articles by Gargoyle Editor
By Jessie R. Box | email@example.com
The Flagler College Maintenence Department is saving energy by changing the air conditioners and installing LED lights in the school.
“Prudent management of resources is a key operating principle at Flagler,” …
By Alexis Mortenson | firstname.lastname@example.org
While walking through the St. Augustine Premium Outlets, it is common to see signs in store windows that lure customers in and persuade them to shop. But, what one might find …
By Katie Lutz | email@example.com
Students of Nease High School grew silent as Toren Volkmann proclaimed his not so secret life, “I’m Toren, and I’m an alcoholic.”
Volkmann recently spoke to the students of Nease and Creekside …
By Alexa Epitropoulos | firstname.lastname@example.org
Issues such as contraception, abortion and preventative care have received little media attention in comparison to jobs and the economy. For many Flagler College students voting for the first time, the …
By Cristina Coca | email@example.com
You may have noticed some of the new faces in the athletic department here at Flagler College over the past few weeks, many of them coaches. But there is one new face that is even more important to those new coaches, staff members, and most of all the student athletes here.
She doesn’t call the court or the field her home, her home is the Athletic Training Room. She is the newest Associate Athletic Trainer. Eva Beaulieu joins an already strong athletic training staff with Head Athletic Trainer Jennifer Rinnert and fellow Associate Athletic Trainer JJ Wetherington.
With the season under way, Brian Heffernan looks for success in his first year as head coach of the women’s volleyball team.
With five starters returning, younger players moving up the ranks and the acquisition of three freshmen, Heffernan faces the challenge of incorporating his style of play to those who are unaccustomed to his tactics.
By Sarah Worthington | firstname.lastname@example.org
Flagler College students shared their opinions on whom they are voting for this time around, if and why they voted in 2008 and had their decision changed at all.
By Tiffanie Reynolds | email@example.com
Residents like Robert Hall want Flagler College to build more learning space on campus, but they don’t want students looking into the bed and breakfast across the street.
“It’s the commercial versus the residents,” said Hall, a resident of downtown St. Augustine and a retired Flagler College Art Department chair, “and the people who are living there are generally in favor of the smaller building.”
By Eliza Jordan | firstname.lastname@example.org
Marissa Marinan, a 21-year-old Flagler College Communications major, spent her summer roaming the halls of NBC’s New York studio after landing an internship with Dateline/Rock Center.
By Scott Harrison | email@example.com
Photo By Phil Sunkel | Psunkel@hype-mag.com
St. Augustine, Fla. is the nation’s oldest city decorated with historical architecture.
However, these famous landmarks could be in danger. Last year alone, a couple people spray-painted …
By Isabella Beatriz Ortega | firstname.lastname@example.org
The tenth annual Dogtoberfest in Jacksonville, Fla. takes more dogs out of shelters and into the hands of new owners.
This outdoor event will be open to the public on October …
By Jenna Carpenter | email@example.com
Being active is a key to a fulfilled life, and Jennifer Dournaux, a former dancer and Power Pilates mat certified instructor at Flagler College, is doing just that.
Jennifer Dournaux, or Jen, as she is known to her students, is a retired ballerina who turned her passion for pilates into a career. Dournaux started ballet at the age of 3, and in high school, danced for the Orlando Ballet.
By Kristin Michelle Kownacky | firstname.lastname@example.org
When St. Augustine Resident Andrew Birchall went for a surf around noon, he never expected he could be lunch.
By Charles Albert Lawrence | email@example.com
With the 2012 election coming up, the new documentary, “2016: Obama’s America,” seeks to paint a clearer picture of our current President and Democratic nominee Barack Obama. The movie follows producer and star Dinesh D’Souza as he dissects Obama’s book, “Dreams Of My Father,” and the last four years of his presidency.
By Mariana Rodas | firstname.lastname@example.org
A new Guatemalan golfer joined the Flagler men’s golf team this year in the likes of Sebastian Barnoya.
Three-time Guatemalan National Champion and former part of the Guatemalan golf team that won the Central America Championship this year, Barnoya demonstrates commitment for the next four years to achieve his main goal: to win the national championship title.