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Meet Flagler Student and Filmmaker Alexa Wint

Meet Flagler Student and Filmmaker Alexa Wint

By Joshua Noel | gargoyle@flagler.edu Filmmaking may be one of the most stressful, yet rewarding career of all time. Film directors are expected to know and endure every step of t ...

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How to Save Money with  your Student ID at Stores and Restaurants

How to Save Money with your Student ID at Stores and Restaurants

By Liz Browning | gargoyle@flagler.edu Like many people, when shopping, I always try to get the best deal possible, whether its printing off coupons, signing up to be a store's em ...

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A Tall Girl’s Guide to Finding Long Stylish Clothing

A Tall Girl’s Guide to Finding Long Stylish Clothing

By Liz Browning | gargoyle@flagler.edu  As the daughter of two very tall parents, I'm always the one standing in the back row of pictures and constantly getting asked if I play ba ...

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From ROTC to tall fashionista

From ROTC to tall fashionista

As a new category under the Arts and Entertainment section of the Gargoyle, we have decided to include fashion. The articles will inform readers about upcoming fashion trends, tip ...

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This article Is gluten-free

This article Is gluten-free

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu Whether you have Celiac Disease, gluten sensitivity or just prefer eating gluten-free, it can seem impossible to find restaurants that ...

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Off the beaten path in St. Augustine and Jacksonville

Off the beaten path in St. Augustine and Jacksonville

St. Augustine is known for its history and tourist attractions such as the Castillo De San Marcos, The Fountain of Youth, The Old Jail, the Lighthouse and several other historical ...

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Alessia Cara Review – ‘Four Pink Walls’

Alessia Cara Review – ‘Four Pink Walls’

“Then the universe aligned/With what I wanted all this time.” As the main chorus for her song, "Four Pink Walls," Alessia Cara describes how she has broken the confines of her bed ...

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Exploring Florida: Silver Glen Springs

Exploring Florida: Silver Glen Springs

Between papers, midterms, homework, and extracurriculars, college can be overwhelming. ...

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Ministry hidden within St. Augustine store

Ministry hidden within St. Augustine store

While Philanthropy is right at home with the rest of downtown St. Augustine’s unique and tourist-driven shops, it does have one major difference: 10 percent of every sale goes to ...

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Getting your writing out there: Tips and tricks to self-publishing

Getting your writing out there: Tips and tricks to self-publishing

What happens when authors are unable to traditionally publish their books? Many try and try again, sending out query after query to literary agent. ...

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Surreal ‘Life Is A Dream’ comes to Flagler

Surreal ‘Life Is A Dream’ comes to Flagler

Flagler College Theatre Arts is putting on a production of "Life Is A Dream." Directed by Andrea McCook, this play is done with a surrealistic approach with influences from da Vin ...

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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 ab ...

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The comic book world of Dean Motter

The comic book world of Dean Motter

In the world of comic books, the majority of writers or artists are often working with subject’s relation to fantasy. ...

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Local band Cute Fills hits the road for summer tour

Local band Cute Fills hits the road for summer tour

This summer, local punk band Cute Fills will be hitting the road. These musicians will be kicking off their nationwide tour on May 2nd at Shanghai Nobby’s in St. Augustine. ...

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‘It Follows’ Does Just that with a Haunting, Lingering Experience

‘It Follows’ Does Just that with a Haunting, Lingering Experience

Ever get that feeling someone’s watching you? Well prepare for your anxiety to get a lot worse after you see “It Follows.” ...

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Album Review: Earl Sweatshirt’s new album is deeper, more introspective

Album Review: Earl Sweatshirt’s new album is deeper, more introspective

By Montana Samuels | gargoyle@flagler.edu Artist: Earl Sweatshirt Album: I Don’t Like Sh*t, I Don’t Go Outside Label: Columbia/ Tan Cressida “And now, a formal introduction,” is t ...

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