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‘Left behind’: West Augustine often overlooked, not overbooked

‘Left behind’: West Augustine often overlooked, not overbooked

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Less than a mile from downtown St. Augustine, where thousands of visitors stroll around daily, snapping photos, and riding in horse-drawn c ...

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Going outside to look inward: A naturalist’s experience with nature therapy

Going outside to look inward: A naturalist’s experience with nature therapy

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu https://youtu.be/ZxfpXwPWYzw Imagine getting a prescription but instead of a medication it says ‘sunshine and fresh air.’ Ayolane Halusky ...

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Local non-profit makes dreams come true

Local non-profit makes dreams come true

By Mara Mazar | gargoyle@flagler.edu With a blue wagon full of gifts behind her, Ashley Smith, dream manager for Dreams Come True of Jacksonville, was on a mission to find chocola ...

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Odd dog behavior may mean something more

Odd dog behavior may mean something more

By Jordan Taylor | gargoyle@flagler.edu Does your dog repeat actions, develop special routines, not make eye contact and fixate on an activity with abnormal focus? Are they resist ...

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Businesses looking forward to summer tourism season

Businesses looking forward to summer tourism season

By Stephen Cripps | gargoyle@flagler.edu Every year, hundreds of small Floridian communities will suddenly feel a bit more crowded as millions of travelers descend upon their trop ...

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Renda Writer: The artist who paints love

Renda Writer: The artist who paints love

Listen On SoundCloud By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Renda Writer paints love - over and over again. One of his first murals, spray-painted in Wynwood Art District in Mi ...

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A History Unmasked: Part Two

A History Unmasked: Part Two

This three-part series will be covering my experience as I was able to see the process of archiving history in The Old Governor’s House, and most importantly, how that affects his ...

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Tiny plastics making huge impacts in St. Augustine

Tiny plastics making huge impacts in St. Augustine

By Dustin Fletcher | gargoyle@flagler.edu What’s less than five millimeters in length and is in every body of water on the planet?   Microplastics are being researched at Flagler ...

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How one non-profit is seeking to proactively prevent human trafficking

How one non-profit is seeking to proactively prevent human trafficking

By Connor Reilly | gargoyle@flagler.edu Human trafficking, an international black market enterprise, reaches outside the borders of the United States as well as within. Non-profit ...

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Planting a seed: Flagler College’s first black professor

Planting a seed: Flagler College’s first black professor

By Hasani Malone | gargoyle@flagler.edu The lively sounds of a keyboard, muffled behind the heavy door of room 323 in Kenan Hall, grew louder when Dr. Carl Williams, a deaf educat ...

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The Chimes Project: Commemorating Civil Rights history through public art

The Chimes Project: Commemorating Civil Rights history through public art

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZF8GUNXGEc Led by Compassionate St. Augustine, The Chimes Project at Robert B. Hayling Freedom Park is a c ...

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The importance of buying local

The importance of buying local

    By Jess Zsiga | gargoyle@flagler.edu I am from the most densely populated county in Florida, and despite the exception of a few blocks of downtown St. Petersburg, Pi ...

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Not defined by the end: Who was Carrie Singer?

Not defined by the end: Who was Carrie Singer?

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu The same girl who spiritedly waved to her mother from the top of a corn silo she had climbed, and the same woman who wanted Christmas ...

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Movement against plastic use reaches St. Augustine

Movement against plastic use reaches St. Augustine

By Kyra Moree | gargoyle@flagler.edu Plastic bans protect the aquatic and environmental assets and are designed to stop the use of non-recyclable plastic items, which have a harmf ...

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American DREAMer hoping to stay put

American DREAMer hoping to stay put

By Adriana Cabezas | gargoyle@flagler.edu At the tender age of 8, Jonathan Orellana left home and traveled alone on a perilous 2,000-mile journey from El Salvador to the U.S.-Mexi ...

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Words hurt: Cody’s take on discrimination

Words hurt: Cody’s take on discrimination

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-wb_JC6InI&t=1s Watch as Flagler College Student, Cody Puckett, details his encounters with racial profiling and discrimination he has faced a ...

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