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Local re-enactors provide insight into the past

Local re-enactors provide insight into the past

Chad Light has spent most of his life living in the past. ...

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Sell Art Not Humans to raise human trafficking awareness

Sell Art Not Humans to raise human trafficking awareness

Sell Art Not Humans, a silent auction where students, professors and local artists auction off artwork, seeks to raise money for the rehabilitation of human trafficking victims. ...

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Little Miss Sunshine

Little Miss Sunshine

I must be a strange sight as I walk along U.S. 1 wearing business attire and carrying my writing portfolio and resume. I’m searching for one of the multiple used car dealerships t ...

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Flagler student tackles diversity on campus

Flagler student tackles diversity on campus

John Monroe always knew Flagler College was a predominantly Caucasian school. ...

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Petition seeks to remove Flagler promotional video

Petition seeks to remove Flagler promotional video

A new petition criticizing a promotional video on Flagler College's YouTube and official website has attracted dozens of signatures and comments. ...

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St. Augustine local competing to study plastic pollution

St. Augustine local competing to study plastic pollution

Adam Morley is happy to talk about bioaccumulation - excited, even. If the build-up of toxic chemicals in organisms from plastic waste wasn't an issue, he'd probably be even happi ...

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Gargoyle wins 12 regional SPJ awards, including best independent online publication

Gargoyle wins 12 regional SPJ awards, including best independent online publication

The Gargoyle, Flagler’s online-only, student-run newspaper, won a total of 12 awards in the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2013 Mark of Excellence Awards for Region 3. ...

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Matanzas Riverkeeper protects unique, historic waterway

Matanzas Riverkeeper protects unique, historic waterway

In the time of seafarers, when billowing sails glided across mythical seas, it was St. Augustine's front door and its back. ...

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SeaWorld still struggling to overcome ‘Blackfish’ image problem

SeaWorld still struggling to overcome ‘Blackfish’ image problem

Following the release of the documentary "Blackfish" in 2013, SeaWorld Entertainment has had a tough year. ...

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Jacksonville artist Keith Haring’s Ghost talks race relations, gun rights

Jacksonville artist Keith Haring’s Ghost talks race relations, gun rights

Jacksonville-based graffiti artist Keith Haring's Ghost was unmasked and arrested on Tuesday, March 18. Ghost has become known in recent months for illegally painting social and p ...

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Savannah Stopover 2014: New Madrid Interview

Savannah Stopover 2014: New Madrid Interview

By Connor Hayes | gargoyle@flagler.edu On March 9th, members of The Gargoyle headed up to Savannah, GA to cover the gigantic indie music festival, Savannah Stopover Festival 2014. ...

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Something about Mary

Something about Mary

Immediately upon stepping off of the bus, my friends and I were bombarded by a fit of giggles and jumbled words in a language we did not understand. ...

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Company’s Comin’

Company’s Comin’

Most come on foot, some on bicycles and even a few with a dog in tow, but all will leave the dirt lot tonight with a full stomach and a couple of hardboiled eggs in their back poc ...

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Gargoyle Challenge: 30 Days to Organic

Gargoyle Challenge: 30 Days to Organic

It is only your second class of the day and you feel like you can’t go on. A nap is calling your name while the professor lectures you to stay awake. Why is it so hard to stay awa ...

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Local school’s digitization signals change

Local school’s digitization signals change

Joseph's Academy in St. Augustine, Fla. will become one of the first schools to pursue a one-to-one program where each student will have a Google Chromebook. ...

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Music type, not volume, might have influenced Dunn’s behavior

Music type, not volume, might have influenced Dunn’s behavior

As the jury deliberates the fate of Michael Dunn today, a Rollins College professor says Dunn might partly have shot 17-year-old Jordan Davis in 2012 because of his perception of ...

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