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Jags Struggle to Find Consistency as Texans Defense Prevails

Jags Struggle to Find Consistency as Texans Defense Prevails

Everbank Field — After being on the road for three straight weeks, the Jaguars were back in town to take on divisional rival, Houston Texans. After scoring 31 points last week, the team was likely com ...

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Saints of the Future: Freshman Volleyball standout Shea Hamilton

Saints of the Future: Freshman Volleyball standout Shea Hamilton

At the age of 11, Shea Hamilton had her first chance at trying out for her school’s junior varsity volleyball team. Unfortunately, she was one of the few girls not picked to join the team. Ever since ...

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Ten Facebook tips to be professional

Ten Facebook tips to be professional

With over 1 billion active users, Facebook is the dominant social media Web site on the Internet. It allows you to keep in touch with friends and family and follow your favorite brands. ...

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Surreal ‘Life Is A Dream’ comes to Flagler

Surreal ‘Life Is A Dream’ comes to Flagler

Flagler College Theatre Arts is putting on a production of "Life Is A Dream." Directed by Andrea McCook, this play is done with a surrealistic approach with influences from da Vinci and Cirque du Sole ...

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A New American Boxing Hero

A New American Boxing Hero

By Will Sandman | gargoyle@flagler.edu   In an age of boxers and not fighters, it’s rare to see classic knockouts. The bone chilling, eye popping, haymaker shots that boxing fans pay their hard e ...

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Jane West Law: Preserving Saint John’s County

Jane West Law: Preserving Saint John’s County

By Will Sandman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Jane West’s office is bright, the light streams onto her conference table through the big glass windows of her office. Located south on A1A, she is nearly in Cre ...

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Through my “Oriental” eyes

Through my “Oriental” eyes

By MJ Jeremiah | gargoyle@flagler.edu I grew up among a sea of trees and Asians in a small neighborhood in Portland, Oregon. Our mother engulfed us in Asian communities as she searched out the comfort ...

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Debbie’s Dogs

Debbie’s Dogs

By Montana Samuels | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was close to 3 a.m. on the morning of Oct. 7, 2014. St. John’s County K-9 Deputy Baron, and his handler, Officer Farrah Ashe were on a call about a domesti ...

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Newcomer’s Guide to Saint Augustine Eateries

Newcomer’s Guide to Saint Augustine Eateries

By Carie Levy | gargoyle@flagler.edu Whether you are visiting Saint Augustine for the very first time or have lived here for years, it's always nice to hear about a great new restaurant to try. As a r ...

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Interesting reads at the Florida Heritage Book Festival

Interesting reads at the Florida Heritage Book Festival

The Florida Heritage Book festival is one of the biggest literary conventions to take place in Florida. Authors local to Florida and national alike are invited to share their novels and biographies wi ...

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Oldest City needs to brush up on historical knowledge

Oldest City needs to brush up on historical knowledge

It’s a sunny afternoon during the recent 450th anniversary celebration of the founding of St. Augustine, no clouds in sight and a light breeze is coming off the Intracoastal Waterway. A women clears h ...

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The comic book world of Dean Motter

The comic book world of Dean Motter

In the world of comic books, the majority of writers or artists are often working with subject’s relation to fantasy. ...

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Jaguars look to start season hot, come out cold with loss

Jaguars look to start season hot, come out cold with loss

After a tough year in 2014, the Jaguars were looking for a hot, confident start, but unfortunately on Sunday got off on the wrong foot. ...

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Game on: A preview of Flagler’s fall sports

Game on: A preview of Flagler’s fall sports

It's a new school year, a new beginning, but most importantly a new season for Flagler Saints sports. As always there is much anticipation to see how each team is going to perform and which players wi ...

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The career-ender: For baseball players, labrum tears still one of most debilitating

The career-ender: For baseball players, labrum tears still one of most debilitating

Michael Gaither sat in the doctor’s office massaging his right shoulder. He lightly moved it in a circle stretching it, testing it. His shoulder had been causing him pain as he threw, and had had been ...

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We Are Flagler: Logan Taylor

We Are Flagler: Logan Taylor

  By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu Through both his religious beliefs and his roots in the LGBTQA community, senior Logan Taylor is used to dealing with the misconceptions that surround h ...

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