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Citizens’ Climate Lobby meets the oldest city

Citizens’ Climate Lobby meets the oldest city

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Imagine waking up in the morning and putting your feet on the floor of your bedroom and finding several inches of water. This is the real ...

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Maritime legend: uncovering underwater history

Maritime legend: uncovering underwater history

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu He was there in that moment when Ida Straus removed herself from Lifeboat 8 to take her place on the Titanic beside her husband, Isidor. He ...

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City to create contextualization plan for confederate monuments

City to create contextualization plan for confederate monuments

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Rather than remove a Confederate monument in St. Augustine’s downtown plaza, St. Augustine city commissioners decided Monday night to keep ...

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Photo Essay: The protest against Richard Spencer

Photo Essay: The protest against Richard Spencer

By Gabrielle Garay | gargoyle@flagler.edu On Oct. 19, white supremacist and president of the National Policy Institute Richard Spencer spoke at an auditorium at the University of ...

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#MeToo helping to raise awareness of sexual assault

#MeToo helping to raise awareness of sexual assault

By Selbe Dittman | gargoyle@flagler.edu This past week, women on Facebook have been posting “Me too” statuses in solidarity with victims of sexual harassment and abuse. These stat ...

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For Flagler junior, change starts with statues

For Flagler junior, change starts with statues

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Hasani Malone stands in front of one of the confederate statues in the St. Augustine plaza that celebrates those who fought for slavery. Thi ...

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Through the lens: Hurricane Irma’s damage still found around St. Augustine

Through the lens: Hurricane Irma’s damage still found around St. Augustine

By Lillian Jaeger | gargoyle@flagler.edu Even though the town of St. Augustine did not get a direct hit from Hurricane Irma earlier this month, there was still major damage that o ...

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“Throw Down Under”: Kookaburra’s first latte art competition

“Throw Down Under”: Kookaburra’s first latte art competition

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu  On October 6, The Kookaburra hosted their first "Throw Down Under" latte art competition. Contestants came from as far as Miami, Florida, t ...

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Uncertain vision: Media student’s eye disease could pose challenge

Uncertain vision: Media student’s eye disease could pose challenge

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu Jessica Schake sat cross-legged, with wide blue eyes and lifted brows, tugging at the string of her heather gray sweatshirt as she tal ...

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UF students and security brace for Spencer event

UF students and security brace for Spencer event

By Austin Sanchez | gargoyle@flagler.edu After an initial attempt to block Richard Spencer from speaking on campus, the University of Florida is permitting the white nationalist t ...

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Peruvian chef making food into art at Llama Restaurant

Peruvian chef making food into art at Llama Restaurant

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Marcel Vizcarra slowly carves through a piece of thick white fish. Cutting it into slices, he places them carefully on the rim of a large ...

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The backyard difference: How small-scale beekeeping could save the population

The backyard difference: How small-scale beekeeping could save the population

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu "What mood are the bees in today?" This is what Marilyn Young, a Jacksonville beekeeper and owner of Lark Bee Company, asks herself often ...

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St. Francis House’s ‘Chef’s Night Out’ helps feed those in need

St. Francis House’s ‘Chef’s Night Out’ helps feed those in need

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu The St. Francis House located in St. Augustine, Florida, provides housing, crisis and essential services to families and individuals in St. ...

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A portrait of college depression: talking about mental illness

A portrait of college depression: talking about mental illness

By Lauren Licona | gargoyle@flagler.edu For many first-year students, college is an exciting time full of endless opportunity; new friends, new surroundings, and a newfound sense ...

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Flooding leaves refugee family with moldy apartment

Flooding leaves refugee family with moldy apartment

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Olomwene Emedi turns the key in the door to his apartment. He doesn’t know what he will find inside, but he figures it will be wet. It's ...

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College: the time of your life or hardest time of your life

College: the time of your life or hardest time of your life

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College students sit at their desks, bleeding anxiety as they selectively listen for their cue: a due date. It will be another big e ...

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