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It’s Happening: Homeless One-Stop Center in St. Augustine

It’s Happening: Homeless One-Stop Center in St. Augustine

After months of planning, Home Again St. Johns has began fundraising and organizing the development of the one-stop center for the homeless on State Road 207. The facility will ev ...

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Turning Potatoes Into Gold: The Story of Hastings

Turning Potatoes Into Gold: The Story of Hastings

After the creation of the Ponce de Leon Hotel 125 years ago, Henry Flagler asked his cousin Thomas Horace Hastings to start a farm a few miles west of St Augustine to grow food fo ...

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Archaeologists unearth wells at planned academic building

Archaeologists unearth wells at planned academic building

By Joshua Santos | gargoyle@flagler.edu During a recent dig, St Augustine City Archeologist, Carl Halbirt, found three old wells buried underneath the future site of Flagler Colle ...

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Work moving ahead on latest campus building, Pollard Hall

Work moving ahead on latest campus building, Pollard Hall

By Justin Katz | gargoyle@flagler.edu While the semester nears midterms, plans for Flagler College's newest building are starting to come to fruition. Pollard Hall, named after it ...

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Farm cultivates new life for disabled veterans

Farm cultivates new life for disabled veterans

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu Photos by Robert H. Heinrich Down a long dirt road on the border of Duval and Clay counties, where the open air is clean and the sun just beg ...

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Is your house making you sick?

Is your house making you sick?

Aside from the occasional asthma, Flagler student Corey Christian, 22, is in perfectly good health. So it came as a surprise when he found it harder and harder to breathe, even in ...

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Revamping communications: new academic building to replace communication facility

Revamping communications: new academic building to replace communication facility

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu The corner of Cordova and Cuna will be getting a new look, but it will not only be for communication students. Plans to demolish 31 Cor ...

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Preacher or protester? Tatter brings religious message to Flagler students

Preacher or protester? Tatter brings religious message to Flagler students

A young man in a black shirt with red and orange flames held a sign in his hand as he yelled at a crowd of Flagler College students, "You are all sinners!" In December 2011 during ...

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Theatre arts major adds mixed media to senior conservatory

Theatre arts major adds mixed media to senior conservatory

By Ryan Buffa | gargoyle@flagler.edu For Flagler College theater arts majors, the senior conservatory class is like taking on a full time job. For senior Dylan Pembleton, the work ...

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Despite war, young couple perseveres

Despite war, young couple perseveres

By James Alex Bonus |  jbonus@flagler.edu  After a year of waiting, only minutes keep them apart. Jenniffer DuBose watches as the bus rumbles to a stop.  Her heart skips as sol ...

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Women’s soccer finishes regular season strong, qualifies for conference tournament

Women’s soccer finishes regular season strong, qualifies for conference tournament

By Lauren Ely | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Flagler College women's soccer team concluded its regular season with a win on senior night against conference opponent Georgia College la ...

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For homeless, faceless even in death

For homeless, faceless even in death

By Michael Newberger | gargoyle@flagler.edu Earlier this year, the remains of Christopher Wood were finally identified, three years after their discovery in the woods off State Ro ...

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Theme nights created to help enhance athletic events

Theme nights created to help enhance athletic events

By Mari Pothier | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Ryan Erlacher The Flagler College athletic department is promoting a variety of theme nights this fall semester to help build more ...

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Coach Meyer works to find balance between daughter’s illness and job

Coach Meyer works to find balance between daughter’s illness and job

By Mari Pothier | gargoyle@flagler.edu Teddy Meyer wakes up every morning at 6:30 to relieve the nurse who has been watching his daughter, Palin, during the night. The nurse gives ...

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Locals remember 9/11 as anniversary approaches

Locals remember 9/11 as anniversary approaches

For Richard Glover, who worked as a firefighter in New York City for 26 years, anniversaries are bittersweet. Even though Glover and his wife, Janet, retired to Palm Coast, Fla., ...

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Devil in a blue pill: Painkiller addiction a growing problem statewide

Devil in a blue pill: Painkiller addiction a growing problem statewide

By Michael Newberger | mnewberger@flagler.edu Nick Waters* is your typical college student. He hits the beach with friends, goes to parties, lives in a nice house he rents out wit ...

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