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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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Top 10 ways to eat better in the dorms

Top 10 ways to eat better in the dorms

By Brianna Kurzynowski Living in the dorms has its perks and disadvantages. One disadvantage, the students living on campus would mostly agree on, would be having to eat the food in dining hall. Flagl ...

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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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The 5 best food trucks in St. Augustine

The 5 best food trucks in St. Augustine

By Sarah Glynn | gargoyle@flagler.edu Big Island Bowl https://www.facebook.com/Big-Island-Bowls-671148476255058/ Favorite: Mana Kea Bowl with Dragonfruit This health-conscious food truck can be found ...

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When rural Ireland became trendy

When rural Ireland became trendy

By Sarah Glynn | gargoyle@flagler.edu While most people I knew were partying on a beach for Spring Break, I found myself in a small house in the Irish countryside, a two hour drive from the nearest bi ...

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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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Through the photo lens: St. Augustine Beach

Through the photo lens: St. Augustine Beach

St. Augustine Beach is usually mobbed with people — tourists, swimmers, surfers and dog walkers. ...

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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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Social media detox

Social media detox

By Sarah Glynn | gargoyle@flagler.edu On most mornings I wake up around 8 a.m. to the sound of my alarm, unlock my phone to silence it and open up Snapchat or Instagram. I check up on people I used to ...

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