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St. Augustine’s hidden Civil Rights story

St. Augustine’s hidden Civil Rights story

By Amanda Kraus | gargoyle@flagler.edu As the "Oldest City in America," St. Augustine's history is vast, covering generations upon generations. Tour guides and museums try to cove ...

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Trump rally draws attention from counter-protesters

Trump rally draws attention from counter-protesters

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Supporters from both parties convened at the Castillo de San Marcos Monday for opposing purposes, despite standing just steps from each oth ...

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What’s your Green Dot?

What’s your Green Dot?

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu This year the Betty Griffin House, a nonprofit organization working to end domestic and sexual violence, has partnered with Flagler Col ...

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How did Flagler Saints spend their Valentine’s Day?

How did Flagler Saints spend their Valentine’s Day?

By Jessica Rowan | gargoyle@flagler.edu Valentine’s Day was last Tuesday. It’s a time to show love and compassion to the ones we care about or an excuse to stuff your face with ch ...

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Forget the farmer’s market, Rype and Readi is here

Forget the farmer’s market, Rype and Readi is here

  By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu In downtown St. Augustine, it's not a common to see an eyeless life-size stuffed horse. Though, that's exactly what greets visitors ...

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Flagler’s zero tolerance policy repealed

Flagler’s zero tolerance policy repealed

    By Sarah Smith | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College’s zero-tolerance drug policy, which has been in place since the college was first opened in the 60s, has been repealed. I ...

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Porch fest brings music, attention to Lincolnville

Porch fest brings music, attention to Lincolnville

By Katie Garwood and Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Music filled the streets of Lincolnville Saturday as part of the community’s inaugural Porch Fest, an event with more than ...

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Don’t need much to be happy

Don’t need much to be happy

By Jessie Rowan |gargoyle@flagler.edu Imagine walking hunched over throughout your entire home, making dinner on a single burning stove, only having a portable AC unit, bunk beds ...

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Abare embarks upon final semester as president

Abare embarks upon final semester as president

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Few college presidents can say they’ve witnessed the growth of their school from its crucial formative years through to present day. It’s l ...

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‘Angel shots’ target dating violence

‘Angel shots’ target dating violence

By Courtney Knudsen | gargoyle@flagler.edu Northeast Florida women have a new way to call for backup when a date goes wrong, and it is as simple as ordering a drink from the bar. ...

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Fake IDs putting St. Augustine bars to the test

Fake IDs putting St. Augustine bars to the test

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu To the underage drinker with the fake ID: your idea of a good time could mean the end of someone else’s livelihood. Fake IDs are everywhere ...

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The heart behind the uniform

The heart behind the uniform

  By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu “The kids are too young to understand what it means,” stated an anonymous officer when asked what his family thinks of his occu ...

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The devil wears consignment

The devil wears consignment

By Mallory Hopkins| gargoyle@flagler.edu ‘Fast fashion’ has taken the industry by storm. The fashion industry used to have four seasons; now there are 52, a new season for each we ...

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In the face of dismantling Obamacare, one man faces uncertain future

In the face of dismantling Obamacare, one man faces uncertain future

  By Jared Olson | gargoyle@flagler.edu Lew Barnes, 62, eases back into the wicker chair, sipping coffee in the frigid morning wind, and informs me matter-of-factly about how ...

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Cuban refugees react to the end of the “wet foot, dry foot” policy

Cuban refugees react to the end of the “wet foot, dry foot” policy

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Two years ago, Jose boarded a plane departing from Havana, Cuba. To the Cuban government, Jose was simply going on vacation to Ecuador. B ...

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Women’s march takes to St. Augustine

Women’s march takes to St. Augustine

  By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu This is what Democracy looks like,” “My body my choice,” “Love trumps hate,” were among some of the phrases chanted on Saturday, J ...

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