Thursday , 26 April 2018

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Communication week kicks off

Communication week kicks off

By Emily Ferguson | gargoyle@flagler.edu College lectures provide students with fundamental education, but sometimes they still long for something not found in a classroom. What if there was a way to ...

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New local band takes the spotlight

New local band takes the spotlight

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja0m7PsSYD4 Salt and Pine is a band new to the St. Augustine music scene. They released their first album, Sinking In, in 2017. They recently won the award for Best New ...

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Varroa destructor lives up to its name

Varroa destructor lives up to its name

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Varroa destructor may sound like a bad guy from the latest hero movie, but it's actually a whole different type of villain.  It’s the Varroa Mite. This type o ...

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Bees provide more than honey

Bees provide more than honey

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxwD6yO0_j4 Bo Sterk is a local beekeeper and president of the St. Johns County Beekeeping Association. He is also involved in ...

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Mallory Moyer: Tampa musician brings talent to St. Augustine

Mallory Moyer: Tampa musician brings talent to St. Augustine

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQqSbZDLf7g Mallory Moyer is a Floridian musician. She lives in the Tampa Bay area some of the time and the St. Augustine area ...

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Hot and cold: Trying to talk climate change

Hot and cold: Trying to talk climate change

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu I like to separate climate change stances into three categories: ‘Believers’ (which is ironic to refer to someone who acknowledges scientific fact, as a belie ...

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Author of Lincolnville book reflects on changes

Author of Lincolnville book reflects on changes

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Rosamond Parrish is the author of the only current book on Lincolnville, an area of St. Augustine that was the heart of the civil rights movement in the 1960s ...

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Florida Tiny House Festival draws unique community to Elkton

Florida Tiny House Festival draws unique community to Elkton

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu There were dozens of tiny houses and plenty of people bonding and building new friendships over tiny living at the second annual Florida Tiny House Festival i ...

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March on Nights of Lights

March on Nights of Lights

By Colton Andre| gargoyle@flagler.edu https://vimeo.com/243584452   ...

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Second annual Florida Tiny House Festival will be anything but tiny

Second annual Florida Tiny House Festival will be anything but tiny

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu People of all sizes will be attending the second annual Florida Tiny House Festival this weekend in Elkton, Florida. The festival begins on Friday, Nov. 17 at ...

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Marketing students help classmate collect donations for Dominica

Marketing students help classmate collect donations for Dominica

By Selbe Dittman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College Principles of Marketing class, lead by Dr. Cindy Rippé, is taking on a project to help the island of Dominica. Dominica was destroyed by Hurrica ...

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St. Augustine Tea Party’s Take on the Proposal to Remove Monuments

St. Augustine Tea Party’s Take on the Proposal to Remove Monuments

By Jessie Rowan | gargoyle@flagler.edu Around the country and previously implemented in 23 American cities, the debate over the removal of Confederate monuments is in full swing. According to The New ...

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Citizens’ Climate Lobby meets the oldest city

Citizens’ Climate Lobby meets the oldest city

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Imagine waking up in the morning and putting your feet on the floor of your bedroom and finding several inches of water. This is the reality for residents of ...

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#MeToo helping to raise awareness of sexual assault

#MeToo helping to raise awareness of sexual assault

By Selbe Dittman | gargoyle@flagler.edu This past week, women on Facebook have been posting “Me too” statuses in solidarity with victims of sexual harassment and abuse. These statuses are a part of a ...

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The backyard difference: How small-scale beekeeping could save the population

The backyard difference: How small-scale beekeeping could save the population

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu "What mood are the bees in today?" This is what Marilyn Young, a Jacksonville beekeeper and owner of Lark Bee Company, asks herself often when she checks on h ...

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Students show interest in sea level rise film

Students show interest in sea level rise film

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA–Flagler College students poured in for free pizza and a short film this Monday at noon. Donald Addu is the Southeast Director of the Ci ...

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