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Five books that changed me

Five books that changed me

By Tiffany Coelho | gargoyle@flagler.edu Most book lovers remember the first time they fell in love with reading. For me, the magical moment happened the first time I went to the public library the su ...

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“Dumplin:'” Plus-size representation done right

“Dumplin:'” Plus-size representation done right

By Tiffany Coelho | gargoyle@flagler.edu Walking aimlessly around in Barnes & Noble as a 12-year-old, I remember trying to find something to catch my attention in the magazine racks. I hadn't disc ...

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Why I’m graduating early

Why I’m graduating early

  By Tiffany Coelho | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was only recently I realized this will be my final year as an undergraduate student here at Flagler College. It feels impossible that this coming Apr ...

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We marched, now what?

We marched, now what?

By Tiffany Coelho | gargoyle@flagler.edu After the U.S. Presidential Election in November, millions felt like America’s democracy had failed them. I, like many others, took Hillary Clinton’s loss as a ...

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We Carry Our Homes With Us: A Cuban-American memoir on loss and identity

We Carry Our Homes With Us: A Cuban-American memoir on loss and identity

By Tiffany Coelho | gargoyle@flagler.edu One of Marisella Veiga’s earliest memories of her childhood in America is learning how to ice skate before learning how to speak English. This was part of the ...

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