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Memories of Hurricane Matthew prepared St. Augustine for Irma, the future

Memories of Hurricane Matthew prepared St. Augustine for Irma, the future

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu As she surveyed the city after Hurricane Irma, St. Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver found her city’s residents in a much different state of min ...

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St. Augustine after the storm: in photos

St. Augustine after the storm: in photos

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Less than a year after Hurricane Matthew rocked the oldest city, Hurricane Irma hit Northeast Florida with 80 mph winds and 5-foot storm ...

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Protecting our waterways

Protecting our waterways

By Colton Andre | gargoyle@flagler.edu Our water systems here in Florida are an essential part of our everyday lives, however as we continue to expand our residential and commerci ...

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Tourism, population growth drive St. Augustine congestion

Tourism, population growth drive St. Augustine congestion

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu St. Augustine’s Spanish settlers weren’t concerned with vehicular traffic. Now 451 years later, that’s starting to catch up with oldest cit ...

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Tried, tested and true: For one minister, faith transcends sexuality

Tried, tested and true: For one minister, faith transcends sexuality

By Gabrielle Garay | gargoyle@flagler.edu Regina Jackson felt a call in her life 15 years ago. At first, it was a low whisper that grew louder and louder. The unshakeable feeling ...

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Jacksonville woman aims to put the T first in LGBT

Jacksonville woman aims to put the T first in LGBT

By Gabrielle Garay | gargoyle@flagler.edu Paige Mahogany sits on her dining room table with her phone propped up on a candle holder. On it, her reflection stares back as she strea ...

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Internet privacy regulations on Trump’s agenda

Internet privacy regulations on Trump’s agenda

By Austin Sanchez | gargoyle@flagler.edu In a significant blow to Obama-era FCC regulations, the House voted last week to reverse internet privacy rules and now has set their sigh ...

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Combatting rising seas with alternative methods

Combatting rising seas with alternative methods

By Lauren Schroeder | gargoyle@flagler.edu Rising sea levels and the flooding that follows is becoming a pressing issue for coastal property owners in St. Augustine, but not only ...

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Flagler student finds way to combat pricey on-campus living

Flagler student finds way to combat pricey on-campus living

By Jessica Rowan | gargoyle@flagler.edu  Finding an apartment or home is always a challenge here in St. Augustine without burning a hole in your student savings, or parent’s walle ...

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Students push for more recycling on campus

Students push for more recycling on campus

By Megan Wright | gargoyle@flagler.edu When thinking of ways to be environmentally responsible in the home, the average American thinks of recycling. As of June 2015, St. Johns Co ...

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County population growth can lead to environmental issues

County population growth can lead to environmental issues

By Donna Snyder | gargoyle@flagler.edu As populations continue to rise, there is an increase in the influence people have on the environment and politics, leading us to a separati ...

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Life as a college-aged druid

Life as a college-aged druid

By Sarah Smith | gargoyle@flagler.edu Caitlyn Cooper is like many other Flagler College students. She is an art major, has brightly colored hair, and is navigating her freshman ye ...

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Yoga mentally, physically rewarding for students

Yoga mentally, physically rewarding for students

By Cassidy Strauss | gargoyle@flagler.edu Whether it’s yoga pants or yoga mats, yoga is trending. All of this attention could be because of the fabulous outfits, but no one can de ...

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The newest coffee spot in Saint Augustine

The newest coffee spot in Saint Augustine

  By Colton Andre | gargoyle@flagler.edu Grower's Alliance is the newest spot for a fresh pot of coffee in Saint Augustine. Focusing on fair trade products, Martin Kabaki and ...

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The unsettling legacy of Castro

The unsettling legacy of Castro

By Jared Olson | gargoyle@flagler.edu The first dose of Cuba you get when you touch down at Jose Marti international and take a taxi through the scorching plains towards Havana is ...

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Oysters: more than what meets the eye

Oysters: more than what meets the eye

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Marine mammals like dolphins, whales and other large aquatic species receive most of the attention when it comes to favorites of the sea. Ho ...

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