Articles by Gargoyle Editor
By Sherria Jones | firstname.lastname@example.org
The large, open space would catch anyone’s attention. Wooden boxes of different sizes, several different weights, pull up bars and rings take over the space and it is easy to wonder what takes place here.
City Coffee starts Friday night karaoke
By Paige Garrity | email@example.com
City Coffee of downtown St. Augustine is now hosting a series of karaoke contests which began on Sept. 16. This event is for people of all ages, but was designed to bring young people of St. Augustine into the coffee shop.
By Lauren DeGeorge | firstname.lastname@example.org
As I walk into the room, or the “torture chamber” as some refer to it, the heat immediately envelops me. I search for an open spot among the other people. I need to face myself in the mirror. Class begins. It is 105 degrees. The sweating starts. In just one posture I am perspiring. More than in any other work-out. After the “standing series” I am out of breath. I have barely any energy left. But on it goes. For 90 minutes. When the teacher calls an end to it, I am tired, smelly and sweaty. I wished it wasn’t over.
By Michael Isam | email@example.com
Photo by Michael Isam
The word “legend” comes to mind when the name Stetson Kennedy enters into a conversation. A legend can be a star, a celebrity or even a fable. To …
By Gena Anderson | firstname.lastname@example.org
Depression. The word itself has this impenetrable weight to it. Depression is something that happens to you, but we don’t look at it that way do we?
Depressed. We see it as an adjective. Mary Lou doesn’t “have depression;” she “is depressed.” By seeing it that way we remove the right of the afflicted to be afflicted, at least– I always did.
By Amber James | email@example.com
There has been much controversy throughout the years surrounding Gardisil and Cervarix, two FDA approved vaccines that help prevent cervical cancer.
Most recently, Republican presidential hopeful, Michele Bachmann, claimed the humanpaillomavirus (HPV) vaccine can cause mental retardation after meeting a mother who said it caused mental retardation in her daughter.
By Kylynn Pelkey | firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Augustine streets are flooded with bicycles as summer comes to an end and college classes resume, but one Flagler Communications student, Jovie Reeves, 22, is scared to ride her bike after being hit by a car earlier this summer.
By Mari Pothier | email@example.com
Photo by Ryan Erlacher
The Flagler College athletic department is promoting a variety of theme nights this fall semester to help build more excitement and higher attendance numbers during games.
By Tiffanie Reynolds | firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting fall 2013, students may be seeing more days off in the school year.
The academic calender resolution, passed by the Faculty Senate September 14, is planning to bring two extra holidays in the fall and three holidays in the spring. Along with Martin Luther King Jr. Day, it adds Labor Day, Veterans Day, Presidents Day, and one more day to Thanksgiving break and Spring break. It also gives students the Thursday and Friday before finals off as study days.
By Jeremy Petty | email@example.com
The Flagler College men’s soccer team suffered a tough, 2-1 loss Saturday night when they played Lander.
The game began with a promising start as Flagler had a couple of early chances that would have given them a two-goal lead. In the first few minutes, Pol Berenguer played a ball from mid-field to Zach Shanahan who beat a lone defender with a great move to the outside. Unfortunately, the shot was pushed just wide of the right side of the net, missing by a small distance.
By Colby Eaton | firstname.lastname@example.org
The boutiques of downtown St. Augustine are coming together to create a new event, Boutique Night, which will offer discounts, refreshments and great shopping, starting Oct. 20.
Boutique Night will feature local boutiques including event creator, Anchor Boutique, as well as Fendi Boutique, Little Gypsy Boutique, Willow Boutique, Down the Rabbit Hole, Declaration Boutique, and the Closet.
By Don Stewart | email@example.com
Michael Lambert has led the Saints cross country team with two strong outings to start the season. He finished 23rd, third and 52nd with a best time of 21:02. Others with strong performances were Alex Bonus, Corey Mundy, Derek Casciano and Justin Talavera.
By Ryan Buffa | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southern California rock band, Incubus, played St. Augustine for their “If not now, when?” tour and filled up the amphitheater seats on Sept. 22.
By Eliza Jordan | email@example.com
He slowed his voice down and commanded my attention.
“Eliza,” he said, “exactly how many many head traumas have you had?”
I tried to calm my fidgety foot and thought about all of the other things that were pre-occupying my racing mind.
“2.” I said, “well, 8.” I corrected my sloppy thoughts with a simple math equation.