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Students, community finding peace with same-sex marriage legalized

Students, community finding peace with same-sex marriage legalized

With same-sex marriage legalized in Florida, from a federal court ruling that overturned the outstanding ban, couples all across Florida celebrated their newly received marriages ...

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Soccer star trades in cleats for track shoes

Soccer star trades in cleats for track shoes

By Chelsea Commodari | gargoyle@flagler.edu When Thomas Gallitz arrived on campus in 2013, his plan was to play soccer. Two years later, you can find him sprinting short distances ...

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Associate Dean has a rich scouting past

Associate Dean has a rich scouting past

As a young man, Yvan Kelly picked up basketball nearly due to convenience. He loved it, but did not have a passion for it. The few shots he took, however, led him to coaching, bec ...

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Same-sex divorces left in dark after midterm elections

Same-sex divorces left in dark after midterm elections

Sally Clark, whose name has been changed because of her ongoing divorce proceedings, never thought that her relationship of 10 years would fall apart only a year after having a ci ...

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Statement on recent opinion articles

Statement on recent opinion articles

The Flagler College Gargoyle’s Advisory Board met this Monday to discuss the issue of two recent articles that were published in the Gargoyle’s opinion section. ...

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Editors’ apology for recent opinion articles

Editors’ apology for recent opinion articles

On behalf of the Flagler College Gargoyle, we want to apologize for two articles published in the opinion section, “Ferguson Decision sparks emotional response, contrary to facts” ...

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FADE App Popularity Reaches Flagler College

FADE App Popularity Reaches Flagler College

FADE’s tagline, “Nothing lasts forever”, is enticing, however many people are confused as to what it is. ...

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Cancer Smashing for years to come

Cancer Smashing for years to come

Earlier this month, 50 participants chose to work out to benefit others through Cancer Smash. ...

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Flagler reacts to Brittany Maynard

Flagler reacts to Brittany Maynard

Brittany Maynard's choice to end her life through a cocktail of lethal medications has sparked a debate across the nation. However, students at Flagler College see Maynard's decis ...

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Club Unity challenges hate crime and speech through education

Club Unity challenges hate crime and speech through education

By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu                   ...

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The Santa Claus of Skateboarding

The Santa Claus of Skateboarding

Bodie Walker doesn't believe he's the Santa Claus of skateboarding, but skaters in St. Augustine beg to differ. ...

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Do you even lift, bro? Cancer Smash to raise money and awareness

Do you even lift, bro? Cancer Smash to raise money and awareness

Many work out to benefit themselves--but what if you could work out to benefit others? ...

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Flagler millennials uncertain about midterms

Flagler millennials uncertain about midterms

With the gubernatorial midterm elections approaching, many eyes are on the millennial voters. ...

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Local Energy Drink Alternative “Unbeetable” Spreads to Multiple States

Local Energy Drink Alternative “Unbeetable” Spreads to Multiple States

Many look to caffeine and popular sports drinks for energy throughout their day, but a local St. Augustine company is gaining popularity with a healthy alternative. ...

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Flagler College’s role in upcoming local elections

Flagler College’s role in upcoming local elections

While the nation prepares for what’s expected to be a very controversial midterm election, St. Augustine is facing local debates of its own. ...

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Nonprofits withstand economy with innovation, willpower

Nonprofits withstand economy with innovation, willpower

With the fundraising season well underway, local nonprofits are still struggling to make do with the resources they have. ...

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