Friday , 24 November 2017

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The devil wears consignment

The devil wears consignment

By Mallory Hopkins| gargoyle@flagler.edu ‘Fast fashion’ has taken the industry by storm. The fashion industry used to have four seasons; now there are 52, a new season for each week of the year. Ethic ...

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Women’s march takes to St. Augustine

Women’s march takes to St. Augustine

  By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu This is what Democracy looks like,” “My body my choice,” “Love trumps hate,” were among some of the phrases chanted on Saturday, Jan. 21 in Downtown St ...

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Hurricane Matthew meets the oldest city

Hurricane Matthew meets the oldest city

By Mallory Hopkins and Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu As storm surges up to four feet rushed through downtown St. Augustine, turning streets into rivers, severe destruction seemed as if it were ...

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‘Is This Vegan?’: Hipster to Healthy

‘Is This Vegan?’: Hipster to Healthy

Veganism has a reputation for producing groans and eye-rolls when it’s brought up, probably much like your reaction to the title of this article, but the vegan lifestyle is getting more and more atten ...

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‘Three Days in Havana’ exposes broken and beautiful side of Cuba

‘Three Days in Havana’ exposes broken and beautiful side of Cuba

Gil Bellows may be best known for is role in “The Shawshank Redemption,” but the actor has a new film out called “Three Days in Havana” that he co-wrote, co-directed, and starred in. ...

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Sleep mode: How our phones are keeping us up at night

Sleep mode: How our phones are keeping us up at night

I’ve always had trouble sleeping. There was always something to keep me up, whether it was a noise outside or just the house settling, my eyes would shoot open and stay that way for most of the night. ...

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Clutter drives creativity

Clutter drives creativity

My favorite thing about the start of a new school year is getting to buy all new school supplies and arranging my desk just the way I want it. ...

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As El Galeon leaves, one sophomore reminisces about her time on the sea

As El Galeon leaves, one sophomore reminisces about her time on the sea

The Spanish ship, El Galeon, took off from St. Augustine Municipal Marina in late September, sailing off toward new ports that include Costa Rica and eventually back to Spain. El Galeon was built in 2 ...

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Long-awaited 450th anniversary of St. Augustine a success

Long-awaited 450th anniversary of St. Augustine a success

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu St. Augustine, the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement in the continental United States hit another huge milestone last weekend. From ...

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Phase Three: Lincolnville Community Garden takes on  composting

Phase Three: Lincolnville Community Garden takes on composting

The Lincolnville Community Garden has been up and running for five years now and allows members, who donate $25 every 6 months, to have their own beds of plants. An initiative that the garden has take ...

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Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Composting

Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Composting

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Graphics by Heather Seidel   What is it?  Compost is decayed organic material that is used as fertilizer. To create it, people recycle their food scraps. ...

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