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Ivory trade: changing minds, hearts and policy

Ivory trade: changing minds, hearts and policy

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Trump administration is weighing the ban of elephant ivory being imported into the U.S. If the ban is lifted, it could set back the work ...

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Author of Lincolnville book reflects on changes

Author of Lincolnville book reflects on changes

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Rosamond Parrish is the author of the only current book on Lincolnville, an area of St. Augustine that was the heart of the civil rights ...

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Again, cocaine use on the rise among college students

Again, cocaine use on the rise among college students

By Adriana Cabezas | gargoyle@flagler.edu With a euphoric rush and feelings of extreme pleasure, cocaine is the party drug college students are turning to during the late nights o ...

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Hurricanes present unique challenges to the Alligator Farm

Hurricanes present unique challenges to the Alligator Farm

By Kayla McManama | gargoyle@flagler.edu As Hurricanes Matthew and Irma came toward St. Augustine, locals rushed to make preparations for evacuation. While the St. Augustine Allig ...

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Coffee may not be the best study partner

Coffee may not be the best study partner

By Jesse Sherman | gargoyle@flagler.edu With the final exams, papers and projects students going on, students are going to start experiencing more stress in their lives. Studies s ...

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From parties to pacifiers: Life as a college-aged mom

From parties to pacifiers: Life as a college-aged mom

By Sarah Smith | gargoyle@flagler.edu There is just one difference between Brooke Martorano and the average college student—she’s a mom. Martorano, 20, attends Flagler College for ...

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A departed sister’s dream: Fundraiser supports completion of Villa Flora restoration

A departed sister’s dream: Fundraiser supports completion of Villa Flora restoration

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Generally speaking, historic preservation isn’t a responsibility for most nuns. But for a few at the Sisters of St. Joseph, the declining s ...

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Florida Tiny House Festival draws unique community to Elkton

Florida Tiny House Festival draws unique community to Elkton

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu There were dozens of tiny houses and plenty of people bonding and building new friendships over tiny living at the second annual Florida ...

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Coral bleaching: The breakdown, research and road to rehabilitation

Coral bleaching: The breakdown, research and road to rehabilitation

A Spanish Hogfish makes an appearance at the Sombrero Reef located off of Marathon Key. “Pretty much all reefs in the Keys have been affected from hot and cold temperatures,” said ...

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Mercury Poisoning: A living miracle

Mercury Poisoning: A living miracle

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Denise Alexander had been experiencing unusual symptoms for a year that doctors could not diagnose. She moved to Florida to live with her pa ...

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Dominican wave splashes on St. Augustine

Dominican wave splashes on St. Augustine

By Gabrielle Garay | gargoyle@flagler.edu In the upstairs room of a church, a group of people are working. Grinding cinnamon sticks down in a mortar in pestle, mixing lye and soap ...

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The Man In the Mural

The Man In the Mural

  By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Connell Crooms is the man in the mural. It’s nearly impossible to miss him. He is 150 feet tall, depicted in black and white besid ...

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Marinas and marine life: the unnatural habitat marinas provide

Marinas and marine life: the unnatural habitat marinas provide

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v40UX4n0W_c By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Marinas house a variety of vessels, from dinghies to sailboats and yachts to pontoons. Th ...

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Flagler College jury scam: when technology is used for evil

Flagler College jury scam: when technology is used for evil

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu Technology has become a pillar of modern society and has made most tasks quick and simple with the touch of a button. It has also made ...

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Obscura: A local’s take on minimalistic design

Obscura: A local’s take on minimalistic design

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu When you first hear the word minimalism, what comes to mind? Is it only wearing black t-shirts everyday, not owning a television, sleeping ...

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“We Will Tread”: The fight against St. Augustine’s Confederate monuments

“We Will Tread”: The fight against St. Augustine’s Confederate monuments

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu The fight to remove confederate-era monuments has settled securely into St. Augustine, Florida, the ancient seaside town that also hosted ...

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