Saturday , 23 June 2018

Category: Anthology 2011

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Can’t fight this feeling…

Can’t fight this feeling…

By Lauren Belcher | cbelcher@flagler.edu Webster's dictionary defines a void as: not occupied; vacant; not inhabited; deserted; containing nothing. That sounds about right. I defi ...

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Everyone’s got a story to tell

Everyone’s got a story to tell

By Eliza Jordan | gargoyle@flagler.edu A Department of Corrections number of V02152 separated my mommy, an inmate, from a free woman for 14 long years as I grew up and apart from ...

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Colgan named grand award winner of first Anthology 2011

Colgan named grand award winner of first Anthology 2011

Flagler College senior Cal Colgan has been named the Grand Award winner of the first edition of Anthology, a new print publication produced by the college's online newspaper, the ...

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Anthology Winners: Single Photo Category

Anthology Winners: Single Photo Category

These photos were selected as finalists for the Gargoyle's 2011 Anthology. The gold and silver awards went to Luis Mark Gonzalez Jr., and the honorable mention went to Alexandra M ...

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Orange Park resident witnesses Egypt’s Jasmine Revolution

Orange Park resident witnesses Egypt’s Jasmine Revolution

By Michael Isam | gargoyle@flagler.edu "Hiding for my life, dwindling food supplies, roadblocks and gunfire at 4 a.m. is not how I pictured my vacation in Alexandria, Egypt," said ...

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Photo Essay: ‘Monday Night Football: Jags vs. Titans’

Photo Essay: ‘Monday Night Football: Jags vs. Titans’

This photo essay was selected as a finalist for the Gargoyle's 2011 Anthology. Click on the image below to see the full slideshow. By Rob Schanz | gargoyle@flagler.edu 2011 Gargoy ...

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Strategic Plan: Flagler College Gargoyle

Strategic Plan: Flagler College Gargoyle

This strategic plan was selected as a finalist for the Gargoyle's 2011 Anthology. By Ryan Pando| gargoyle@flagler.edu Overview As Dow Advantage account manager for The Gargoyle, R ...

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Guns! Commence arguing!

Guns! Commence arguing!

By Michael Newberger | gargoyle@flagler.edu Standing in line by the door was the ideal American family. The mom and dad were holding hands, the son was about 11 and talking to his ...

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King Street businesses speak out on construction

King Street businesses speak out on construction

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu For Joe Tringali, owner of Carmelo's Marketplace, the drainage repair construction on King and Malaga streets has made his store a little les ...

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Digital distractions while driving can endanger lives

Digital distractions while driving can endanger lives

By Caroline Young | cyoung1@flagler.edu Photos contributed by Leslie Young/ Photo by Phillip C. Sunkel IV I bent down to kiss my petite mother on her tear-stained cheek before my ...

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Social Media Release: Disney Guests Become Stars

Social Media Release: Disney Guests Become Stars

This press release was written for a class project and was selected as a finalist for the Gargoyle's 2011 Anthology. It is in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Walt Disney Wor ...

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Boy plays Santa to Orlando Children’s Hospital

Boy plays Santa to Orlando Children’s Hospital

By Brittany Hall | gargoyle@flagler.edu Dec. 20 is the day that 10-year-old Tyler Youtz has been looking forward to all year. While most fifth graders would consider a birthday or ...

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Jackson Holbrook: Unconventional Artist

Jackson Holbrook: Unconventional Artist

Written and photographed by Phillip C. Sunkel IV | psunkel@flagler.edu Gargoyle Photo Editor Phil Sunkel interviewed artist and student Jackson Holbrook for a photo essay. ...

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Former Flagler student talks about Marine life in Afghanistan

Former Flagler student talks about Marine life in Afghanistan

By Cal Colgan | jcolgan@flagler.edu Last year, Zack Thomas Paull traded in his textbooks for camouflage and joined the United States Marine Corps. After Paull's unit, the Second B ...

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New assistant basketball coach learns lessons from Katrina

New assistant basketball coach learns lessons from Katrina

By Mari Pothier | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Gorge Gallardo Assistant coach Andrew Garcia of the men's basketball team said Hurricane Katrina has made him a better person. In A ...

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Democracy doesn’t end at the ballot box

Democracy doesn’t end at the ballot box

By Cal Colgan | jcolgan@flagler.edu The midterm elections are over, and with them, the clamor for democratic participation. In the run-up to what The New York Times proclaimed as ...

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