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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 ...

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“Dear White People” could serve as much-needed wake-up call

“Dear White People” could serve as much-needed wake-up call

  By Camille Montano | gargoyle@flagler.edu I was lucky enough never to have experienced general discrimination based on my race or gender on any personal level. But certainl ...

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Top 10 thrifting tips for a greener shopping experience

Top 10 thrifting tips for a greener shopping experience

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu Forget relying on your family members' hand-me-downs–thrift shopping is your new go-to when it comes to finding the most unique and individ ...

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Midnight Breakfast back at Flagler with ‘Stranger Things’ theme

Midnight Breakfast back at Flagler with ‘Stranger Things’ theme

By Jesse Sherman | gargoyle@flagler.edu With Halloween less than a week away, Flagler College students can enjoy themselves at a nocturnal tradition with costumes, dancing and fre ...

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Lightner Museum opens Downton Abbey exhibit’s 3-month run

Lightner Museum opens Downton Abbey exhibit’s 3-month run

By Elise Kolmer | gargoyle@flagler.edu Walking into the exhibit and looking over the railing into the Dressing Downton event was like stepping back in time. The event on October 3 ...

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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 ...

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Artist Profile: Kiara Sanchez

Artist Profile: Kiara Sanchez

By Katherine Lewin and Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler alumna Kiara Sanchez talks about her creative process, why she chose Flagler College and how one simple doodle r ...

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“Mother!” review: Worst movie of the year?

“Mother!” review: Worst movie of the year?

By Camile Montano | gargoyle@flagler.edu When the credits for the movie "Mother!" rolled, instead of getting up, I sank into my chair and watched the audience walk past me. Everyo ...

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Logic brings powerful, important performance to the VMAs

Logic brings powerful, important performance to the VMAs

By Jared Talbot | gargoyle@flagler.edu Every year, MTV’s Video Music Awards brings to the forefront the best musicians and their messages given to us through video content. Gettin ...

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A fresh take on a fresh catch

A fresh take on a fresh catch

By Colton Andre | gargoyle@flagler.edu For most chefs in the industry the work day starts in the kitchen; prepping for the day's rush of hungry patrons takes preparation. For Josh ...

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Unconditional Love: Michael Jordan sneakers

Unconditional Love: Michael Jordan sneakers

Editor's note: The series is about people's idea of unconditional love. Each person interviewed is asked about their idea of what unconditional love is and how it pertains to thei ...

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How to: Rincon, Puerto Rico

How to: Rincon, Puerto Rico

By Ethan McAlpin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Over spring break, I was blessed with the opportunity to travel to Rincon, Puerto Rico with 11 others for the entire week,  Sunday to Sunda ...

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Is success only by chance?

Is success only by chance?

  By Ethan McAlpin| gargoyle@flagler.edu Now that the hype and allure of the Grammy Awards have settled, let's reassess why so much attention was given to Chicago native and ...

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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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