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Meet Flagler Student and Filmmaker Alexa Wint

Meet Flagler Student and Filmmaker Alexa Wint

By Joshua Noel | gargoyle@flagler.edu Filmmaking may be one of the most stressful, yet rewarding career of all time. Film directors are expected to know and endure every step of the craft, whether tha ...

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The Struggle Is Real: My Experience of Attempting to Do It All

The Struggle Is Real: My Experience of Attempting to Do It All

By Caitlyn McCrea | gargoyle@flagler.edu                 It’s that time in the semester again when everyone is scrambling to start on last minute assignments th ...

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Prepping for Graduation – How to Find Opportunities

Prepping for Graduation – How to Find Opportunities

By Rhian Franchebois | gargoyle@flagler.edu As a senior graduating in Spring of 2016, I face the impending reality of going out into the "real world". One of the major concerns I have is the fact that ...

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Saints Volleyball wins coveted Peach Belt Conference title

Saints Volleyball wins coveted Peach Belt Conference title

Flagler College volleyball has achieved its first goal of the season — winning its fourth Peach Belt Conference title this past Saturday. But it will be a quick celebration through campus as the team ...

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Jaguars defense and offense struggle, but both come out big in the end

Jaguars defense and offense struggle, but both come out big in the end

The Jacksonville Jaguars were featured on Thursday Night Football this week, which meant America’s eyes were all on them and the Tennessee Titans. That spotlight brought pressure, but the Jags were pr ...

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Flagler’s first masters program to entwine two cultures

Flagler’s first masters program to entwine two cultures

Flagler College’s plan for offering a master’s program in Deaf Education — the first for the school — will be less about adding another layer of academia to its credit, and more about the combining of ...

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PRSSA looks to smash cancer

PRSSA looks to smash cancer

By Jeff Batt and Montana Samuels | gargoyle@flagler.edu Looking for a fun-filled event to attend in St. Augustine this month? Look no further than the second annual PRSSA Cancer Smash. The event is ru ...

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Saints for the future- Annie Breen, a soccer standout who has made the most out of a great opportunity

Saints for the future- Annie Breen, a soccer standout who has made the most out of a great opportunity

  By Jeffrey Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Not often as a freshman do you get the chance to start in a collegiate soccer game. Well, that rare moment became a reality for Flagler freshman soccer pl ...

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Straddling two worlds

Straddling two worlds

Some children who are deaf or hard of hearing learn best through hearing aids and speech therapy. Others rely on sign language. Everyone learns differently. ...

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Exploring Florida: Silver Glen Springs

Exploring Florida: Silver Glen Springs

Between papers, midterms, homework, and extracurriculars, college can be overwhelming. ...

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We thee Lions

We thee Lions

Cartoons by Marcela Shull ...

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Saints for the future: Tara Savisky Filling In For The Saints In A Big Way

Saints for the future: Tara Savisky Filling In For The Saints In A Big Way

              By Jeffrey Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Tara Savisky began her journey in elementary school, a time when most kids begin playing sports. A native of Oak ...

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Working locally post-graduation more feasible than commonly believed

Working locally post-graduation more feasible than commonly believed

any Flagler students want to live in St. Augustine after they graduate, but do not believe there are enough good career opportunities locally. ...

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Education students weigh whether state tenure laws will force them out of state

Education students weigh whether state tenure laws will force them out of state

The fear of losing a job over performance wasn't as big a concern for Florida's teachers in the past. But when the state eliminated tenure for public school teachers in 2011, it left many entering the ...

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Getting your writing out there: Tips and tricks to self-publishing

Getting your writing out there: Tips and tricks to self-publishing

What happens when authors are unable to traditionally publish their books? Many try and try again, sending out query after query to literary agent. ...

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Starting a business with your back against the wall

Starting a business with your back against the wall

Starting a business requires hours of headaches, long nights and venturing into the unknown. When pursing entrepreneurship there are many tasks that must be accomplished: the development of services o ...

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