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Welcome to Rockville 2017 Preview

Welcome to Rockville 2017 Preview

The wait for the 7th annual Welcome to Rockville lineup is over, as the festival has released one of its best in recent memory. This years headlining acts include: Soundgarden and A Perfect Circle on ...

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Citizen Zero: Through the ashes of Detroit Rock City

Citizen Zero: Through the ashes of Detroit Rock City

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu In the music industry there is an expression that has been thrown around for decades about having one shot at making an impression. A band is given one opportun ...

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Crobot: A new era of rock n’ roll

Crobot: A new era of rock n’ roll

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu The imagery of rock and roll is one that has been redefined over the past few decades. Long before today’s rock bands there was a time when one genre of music s ...

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Sweet emotions from Welcome to Rockville

Sweet emotions from Welcome to Rockville

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu There are events that occur annually that have the capability of uniting a community desperate to express themselves. The last weekend of April for Jacksonville ...

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Saints Continue to March Through Opponents

Saints Continue to March Through Opponents

By Jeffrey Batt and Wesley Wilcox| gargoyle@flagler.edu Saturday, February 27th something special happened in the Nation’s Oldest City. An NCAA school record was set and a loud triumphant upset occurr ...

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Women’s tennis makes waves after knocking off No. 3 Saint Leo

Women’s tennis makes waves after knocking off No. 3 Saint Leo

Coming so close to reaching the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in Surprise, Arizona, was the storyline coming out of 2015 for the women’s tennis program. In 2015, the Saints took their Cinderella story into the N ...

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Matt Clark: The last of a family legacy

Matt Clark: The last of a family legacy

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu For Flagler basketball player Matt Clark, being the youngest hasn’t just been about living up to the expectations of a historic basketball family, but being abl ...

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Welcome to Rockville Preview

Welcome to Rockville Preview

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Everywhere you look people constantly belittle rock and roll as a genre saying “its dead” or “its pop”. Rock and roll during its prime was the heart and soul of ...

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Kovach hoping to take Saints volleyball further

Kovach hoping to take Saints volleyball further

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Not every high school athlete has intentions of playing after graduation, but this was the case for Flagler College senior volleyball player Caitlyn Kovach. Jus ...

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Getting to know the seniors: Volleyball’s Amelia Morgan

Getting to know the seniors: Volleyball’s Amelia Morgan

Senior volleyball player Amelia Morgan is a Flagler College athlete with a story that tells us how exactly she ended up playing in crimson and gold. Morgan’s decision to come to St. Augustine was not ...

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Flagler Tennis raises funds for program

Flagler Tennis raises funds for program

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Our town. Our team. That is the phrase that describes the relationship the city of St. Augustine has with Flagler College Athletics. Being an NCAA Division II s ...

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Getting to know the seniors: Ashley Lechleidner Rodriguez

Getting to know the seniors: Ashley Lechleidner Rodriguez

There is more than meets the eye though when it comes to Flagler volleyball senior Ashley Lechleidner Rodriguez, who was born in Puerto Rico and moved to Jacksonville at a young age where she played v ...

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Saints Profile: Women’s Tennis- Kelly Burge

Saints Profile: Women’s Tennis- Kelly Burge

For English tennis player Kelly Burgis, the move from the United Kingdom to the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Ga., turned out to be a big culture shock. Since transferring to Flagler ...

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Despite fame, Noah Gundersen keeping his music grounded

Despite fame, Noah Gundersen keeping his music grounded

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Musician Noah Gundersen’s reaction to finding out he had been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics says a lot about how down to Earth ...

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Saints volleyball’s strong start continues

Saints volleyball’s strong start continues

Losing a home opener to start off a season that was arguably filled with the highest expectations in recent memory isn’t easy, but that changed when the women's volleyball team fell to Sioux Falls. Wh ...

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