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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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Date rape becoming serious problem in St. Augustine

Date rape becoming serious problem in St. Augustine

Every two minutes in the United States of America, someone is sexually assaulted. ...

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Saints players named National Hitter of the Week back-to-back

Saints players named National Hitter of the Week back-to-back

For the first time in Flagler College history, two players were selected for the prestigious NCAA Division II National Hitter of the Week back to back. Second baseman Andrew “Opie ...

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CPAC: Death of American Privacy

CPAC: Death of American Privacy

Harnessing widespread anger towards diminishing civil liberties, CPAC engaged hundreds of attendees in a privacy panel on day two of the annual conference. The panel featured thre ...

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CPAC: Rand Paul inspires young voters

CPAC: Rand Paul inspires young voters

Sen. Rand Paul, a popular political figure among the younger generation, was met with an enthusiastic crowd during his Friday afternoon speech. ...

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CPAC: Sen. Ted Cruz’s 10 elements for GOP success

CPAC: Sen. Ted Cruz’s 10 elements for GOP success

Sen. Ted Cruz opened up CPAC 2014 with what many saw as an invigorating speech for conservatives filled with a sense of urgency and a plan to gain GOP momentum going into upcoming ...

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Excelsior’s transition for the future

Excelsior’s transition for the future

By Cassie Colby | gargoyle@flagler.edu In the heart of Lincolnville stands a two-story Spanish-style building; large trees with Spanish moss draped in layers over its branches sha ...

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My Sister’s Corner: The Free Store

My Sister’s Corner: The Free Store

Alissa “Ali” Black isn't ashamed to say there is nothing better than free. ...

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The future of medical marijuana

The future of medical marijuana

This November, Florida residents will have the opportunity to vote on legalizing medical marijuana. ...

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SGA President reinstated after arrest

SGA President reinstated after arrest

By Alexa Epitropoulos | gargoyle@flagler.edu Student Government Association President David Arreola has been reinstated after a two-week investigation conducted by Student Service ...

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Locally prescription drugs, not heroin, still the problem

Locally prescription drugs, not heroin, still the problem

A 2013 study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse revealed a 20 percent increase in heroin indicators in South Florida from 2011 to 2012, an epidemic traveling up the First Coa ...

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President Abare releases new statement on misreported data

President Abare releases new statement on misreported data

Continuing on a schoolwide damage control campaign, President William Abare Jr. has released a lengthy statement revealing in more detail how the information about the misreported ...

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Read: Full text of President Abare’s statement on misreported data

Read: Full text of President Abare’s statement on misreported data

The following is a statement on the misreported data released by President Abare at 9:21 a.m. Thursday morning. ...

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As Winter Olympics close, students still flustered by Russia’s anti-LGBTQ legislation

As Winter Olympics close, students still flustered by Russia’s anti-LGBTQ legislation

A time of unity and friendly competition the Winter Olympics are anticipated every four years, but this year, LGBTQ athletes and Flagler College students are getting the cold shou ...

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Lincolnville resident represents lost community

Lincolnville resident represents lost community

Sitting around with the older black men who congregate on the corner of South Street and hearing their stories makes you realize that the neighborhood was once a different place. ...

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