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Flagler College welcomes former ‘Bachelor’ contestants for meet and greet

Flagler College welcomes former ‘Bachelor’ contestants for meet and greet

  By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu For some, college is just a continuation of education that ultimately leads to a monotonous career, full of rigid nine to five shift ...

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“13th” exposes America’s modern slavery

“13th” exposes America’s modern slavery

By Jessie Rowan | gargoyle@flagler.edu My mouth was wide open, eyes pinned to the screen as it dissolved to black, tears drying on my cheeks as I wiped away my mascara. I was stil ...

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Why not hip-hop?

Why not hip-hop?

By Ethan McAlpin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Walking the streets of St. Augustine, hip-hop isn't the first thing you'd hear. But local hip-hop artist and community activist Cash Willia ...

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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 ...

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A Tribe Called Quest’s final album couldn’t have come at a better time

A Tribe Called Quest’s final album couldn’t have come at a better time

By Ethan McAlpin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Two weeks ago, A Tribe Called Quest released their final album "We got it from Here... Thank You 4 Your service."  The idea began just over ...

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Being vegan in a meat-eating world

Being vegan in a meat-eating world

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu I looked to my right and saw a friend delightfully enjoying her pizza with no cheese and every veggie topping available, and my friend on t ...

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World Hunger: College Edition

World Hunger: College Edition

By Ethan McAlpin | gargoyle@flagler.edu When dining hall depression begins to set in, I think we can all agree that it is time to try some much needed secondary options to keep yo ...

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Theatre Arts department performs ‘God of Carnage’

Theatre Arts department performs ‘God of Carnage’

By Julie Householder |gargoyle@flagler.edu Moving past interruptions from Hurricane Matthew,  “God of Carnage” hits Flagler College’s stage this week. The Tony award-winning comed ...

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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 Coehlo | 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. ...

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Must-see St. Augustine bands

Must-see St. Augustine bands

By Ethan McAlpin | gargoyle@flagler.edu     ...

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The Exercise for the Exercise Hater

The Exercise for the Exercise Hater

   By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu There I was, in a large open room with my best friend on my right, a group of young girls to my left, and the instructor in front o ...

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Soul searching through a cartoon horse

Soul searching through a cartoon horse

By Skyler Manley | gargoyle@flagler.edu Identifying with a character in a television show is common. Within the Netflix Original Series "Bojack Horseman," the world the audience a ...

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From Prada to power tools: Stepping out of comfort zones in theater tech

From Prada to power tools: Stepping out of comfort zones in theater tech

By Liz Browning | gargoyle@flagler.edu As I walked across campus in my red, Ralph Lauren rain boots to the auditorium for Theatre Technology class, I had no idea what was in store ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 A ...

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