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Massive sea turtle found at St. Augustine Marina

Massive sea turtle found at St. Augustine Marina

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu It’s not every day a lethargic 400-pound turtle makes its way into the St. Augustine Municipal Marina. Named Edie, the loggerhead turtle was estimated to be ...

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What’s your Green Dot?

What’s your Green Dot?

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu This year the Betty Griffin House, a nonprofit organization working to end domestic and sexual violence, has partnered with Flagler College to introduce the ...

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Rosie’s angels: A finals tradition

Rosie’s angels: A finals tradition

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu For some college students, final exam week is the most stressful week of the semester. This week is marked by back-to-back exams, presentations, projects, a ...

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Joseph Joyner next president of Flagler College

Joseph Joyner next president of Flagler College

From staff St. Augustine, Fla. — Dr. Joseph G. Joyner, Superintendent of Schools for St. Johns County District in St. Augustine, Fla., was named President of Flagler College on Nov. 29, 2016, by the C ...

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Theatre Arts department performs ‘God of Carnage’

Theatre Arts department performs ‘God of Carnage’

By Julie Householder |gargoyle@flagler.edu Moving past interruptions from Hurricane Matthew,  “God of Carnage” hits Flagler College’s stage this week. The Tony award-winning comedy, written by Yasmina ...

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Growing up with divorced parents

Growing up with divorced parents

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu  “Monday, Tuesday, Dad’s house. Wednesday, Thursday, Mom’s house. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, switch.” This is the statement I said to myself and others proba ...

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Throwing away less, Caring More

Throwing away less, Caring More

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu While aimlessly scrolling through Facebook earlier this summer, I came upon a video about a woman who can fit her trash from the past four years into a maso ...

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Moving beyond business: Flagler alum tackles conservation through education

Moving beyond business: Flagler alum tackles conservation through education

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu For Flagler College Alumnus Zach McKenna, launching a business in St. Augustine was more than just creating kayak and boat tours for tourists. McKenna wante ...

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Saving animals from euthanasia

Saving animals from euthanasia

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu Lying on her bed, Mocha anticipates the next visitor to pass her large cage. With excited eyes full of hope, she jumps up, wildly thrashing her tail side to ...

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Touching lives with history

Touching lives with history

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu  Each day hundreds of visitors flood through the Castillo de San Marcos’ gates itching to be immersed in its history. On the other side of the drawbridge aw ...

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Living Simply: Lessons from growing up on a sailboat

Living Simply: Lessons from growing up on a sailboat

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu  My father taught me how to swim with a mask and snorkel before he was able to convince me to ride a bike without training wheels. I learned how to drive a ...

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Cruelty free style

Cruelty free style

High fashion meets street style in St. Augustine’s Philosophie Salon & Apothecary located on San Marco Avenue. Drawing inspiration from beauty blogs and street fashion, the salon maintains a creat ...

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Four-Legged Friends Reduce Stress

Four-Legged Friends Reduce Stress

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu The pressure of final exams and end of semester chaos was a heavy weight on the shoulders of Elena Mercadante and Megan Williams. That was immediately gone ...

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This article Is gluten-free

This article Is gluten-free

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu Whether you have Celiac Disease, gluten sensitivity or just prefer eating gluten-free, it can seem impossible to find restaurants that cater to your prefere ...

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Has America forgotten its vets?

Has America forgotten its vets?

He fought for 10 months. Ten months away from all things familiar. Proudly serving the United States to protect and honor our freedoms. But in just a single moment, passion can be lacerated by pain, l ...

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